As we all know, horses are animals that bring us a lot of hoy and positive vibes. Spending time with horses is always a time worth spending, especially when you feel bad and want to get the negativity out of your head. Believe me, horses can be some of the best therapists out there and there is no questioning about that. They have this god-given gift of transmitting the positive vibes to us.
They have saved a lot of people’s lives, especially the ones of the people who have been in very tough situations and have gotten through these situations because their horses were always there for them. I believe we are very lucky to have them among us every day. I am pretty sure that during these days, you are all spending way more time with horses due to this pandemic that has locked us all in our houses. Not only grown-ups. but kids love horses very much as well and one of these children is this cute little boy in the video below.
A groom or stable boy is a person who is responsible for some or all aspects of the management of horses and the care of the stables themselves. The term most often refers to a person who is the employee of a stable owner, but an owner of a horse may perform the duties of a groom, particularly if the owner only possesses a few horses. As a matter of fact, what you are going to watch in this video is a kid staying in the middle of a horse yard and enjoying the whole moment. He stays there watching the horses lined on both sides as they eat hay.
The sight is pretty amazing and every horse lover would love to be there and watch it live. Who wouldn’t love this moment as a child?! Riding families have always known horses are good for kids, and the research is proving it. I just want to say that I am definitely jealous of this little boy, I mean, who wouldn’t be? Please have a look and let us know what you think about this moment.
Who else would love this moment as child?Please post where you're from so I can track how far this video has gone. Thank YouCredit to Wendy Scholten Horses
Posted by Horses Mad on Saturday, September 9, 2017