Horses can sometimes act out or be challenging to handle, according to equestrians. Despite handlers’ anecdotal complaints, we should not blame the horse all the time. So, is there another explanation or can horses really be mischievous?
A vast variety of behaviors are part of a horse’s typical behavioral repertoire. Due to the limitations of the home setting, domestic horses frequently exhibit a narrow variety of behaviors. Lack of familiarity with the entire repertoire of behaviors frequently causes horses to exhibit undesirable behaviors that may be mistaken for mischievous behavior.
Naughty is defined as “guilty of disobedience or misbehavior” in the dictionary. A horse must comprehend the work or the rules controlling the task in order for it to be considered disobedient. For instance, a horse that escapes its field while the electric fence is not functioning is not doing so maliciously; rather, it is escaping because it is unaware of the reason why it is supposed to stay in the field.
However, the following horse in the video definitely seems to be a naughty one. As you can see in the video, the horse got stuck and she has that look in her face like she did not do anything wrong. In fact, many horse owners might find themselves in such situations since horses always tend to create problems. However, we still love them so much no matter what they do. Thankfully the horse in the video is doing well after being in such a difficult situation.
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