One thing that can be interesting and annoying at the same time is the mystery. Every day in our life, we are curious about a lot of things that we are interested in and at the moment when we don’t get answers for these mysterious things, the whole thing can become annoying. Take TV series for example. Every TV series aims to keep you busy watching it, hence, a lot of mystery is involved to keep you as a loyal watcher.
It can be somehow annoying, however, you can’t help but wait for the new episodes to be released. This is the same with a lot of horse performances. As a lot of people might find them boring, adding the mystery factor can spice things up and keep the audience focused on the performance, which is the most important thing as they are the ones who will decide whether they will come back to see the performer or not.
Regarding this performance, I would definitely want to see more of it as it is very mysterious. There hasn’t been a movie that captivated our children (and some of us parents) like Disney’s Frozen in a very long time! That’s exactly why Laura Sumrall decided to use the movie’s hit song for her routine at the Kentucky Reining Cup. Laura not only mesmerized the crowd, but she also took home the World Freestyle championship!
Now footage of her routine to “Let It Go” gained attention worldwide – and once you check it out for yourself, you’ll understand why… Together, Laura and her horse completed a beautiful routine to “Let It Go.” Laura was a student at Texas A&M at the time of this performance and was able to capture the imagination of everyone in the crowd! Starting off the routine, Laura came riding out in a beautiful cape that was pulled over her face.
It was clear there was an air of mystery surrounding what was about to happen next. Laura carefully removed the cape to reveal a sparkling blue gown that resembled Elsa’s dress from the movie Frozen. It was all so magical. There is nothing to complain about this performance. Please have a look at the video below and let us know what you think.