This concerned young equestrian will have you in stitches…
Mutual grooming is an important part of herd life for horses: it’s the typical “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours” interaction in which two horses scritch each other’s itch, forming important social bonds in the name of mutual cooperation.
But to a very young equestrian who hasn’t yet had all of this equine social dialogue explained to her, mutual grooming looks a bit… scary. Turn your volume up for this one and get ready to giggle!
‘He’s eating my pony!’ #sophieandbow
Posted by Sam Dicks on Wednesday, June 6, 2018
“He’s eating my pony!”
No worries there, little one — your pony has a friend, which means he’s doing just fine.
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