Observing creatures up close can be an enjoyable and enlightening encounter for animal enthusiasts. Consider, for instance, a recent interaction between a horse handler and the horses in his care at Stable Horse Training in Maple Ridge, British Columbia.
The video of this encounter has gained significant popularity within the horse-loving community. As you approach the enclosed area where the horses reside, you notice that it is damp and muddy due to the snow. Nevertheless, despite the soggy conditions, the horses appear to be reveling in their surroundings.
Upon closer examination, you observe that some of them have rolled around in the moist earth, resulting in a considerable amount of dirt on their bodies. The stable houses seven horses: Annie, Mr. Wilde, Gracie, Roni, Yoka, Luke, and Nina. Among them, Annie is renowned for her mischievous nature, and true to form, she is completely drenched from her muddy escapades.
However, Mr. Wilde proves to be too clever to get himself dirty, while Gracie and Yoka prefer to stay dry. Nina is partially wet, whereas Roni is equally soaked like Annie. As you witness the horses interacting with one another, it becomes evident that each possesses unique personalities. They all appear to adore their human trainer, who treats them like his own children.
Yoka, Annie, and Luke particularly enjoy each other’s company. Nevertheless, Annie is feeling mischievous and decides to play a prank on her companions. Naturally, Yoka retaliates with a playful kick, creating a lighthearted atmosphere. While most of the horses are content to stand quietly, Annie, Yoka, and Luke brim with energy and revel in running throughout the enclosed space.
Their galloping brings a smile to your face. However, despite their exuberance, they always make sure to return and receive a pat from their trainer. The trainer acknowledges that Annie possesses an exceptional personality and a certain charm that sets her apart.
She is adorable and mischievous, whereas Luke is friendly and composed. They share a special bond and are always together when mischief arises. Even when the other horses are tranquil, they prefer to engage in play and have a good time as a unit.