Watch this slow motion clip of a horse with amazing control of his feet!
This horse is showing off his fancy foot work over poles. To really get the full effect of what’s happening the video is in slow motion. This horse knows exactly where its feet are being placed in relation to the poles. Meanwhile some of us are at home still stumbling over items in our household that have been there for years. The horse’s floaty movement over each pole without as much as grazing one is impressive. This makes trotting over poles look easy!
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Move those feet and go riding, Horse Nation!
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