Many people make the mistake of assuming that miniature horses and ponies are the same thing. They are quite different, and these tiny creatures are quite capable of doing many of the same things as their larger counterparts. Those who loves horses will also love to find out that miniature horses can be kept indoors, providing the ideal pet.
Miniature horses love spending time outdoors, as well, especially when the weather is warm. In this video, you are going to see to miniature horses run around, and you can see that they are having an amazing time. They prance around their pen, nudge each other as if they’re playing a game of tag, and really have a good time.
The video is only about a minute long and the two horses, well they are named Mr. Hollywood and Prince Charming, which seem like the perfect names for horses. You’re going to love watching them run around the field. If this video doesn’t convince you that you want to own miniature horses, then nothing will.
Watch as they really embrace the warm weather and run around. It’s a good thing that the two of them are together as they seem to have a very good friendship going. It’s a lot of fun to watch these two because they are truly getting their exercise – and their manes are blowing around in the breeze.
Mr. Hollywood and Prince Charming live at the All Star Farm. They were specifically raised and trained to become service animals for any who suffer from disabilities. It is obvious that they are not on duty at the moment, and are having fun just being horses.
You may notice that they look very similar to horses that you may have written in the past. The only difference is that they are completely miniaturized versions. They are taking a break from the daily challenge of working with those who suffer from disabilities, and they are certainly taking full advantage of being outdoors.
You are going to fall in love with these horses as soon as you see the video – watch now.
Share away with your friends on social media and see what they have to say that these miniature horses. You may be surprised to find that others feel the same way.
What do you think?