How This Dog Learned To Ride Horses

How This Dog Learned To Ride Horses

The girl that has him was absolutely desperate.
He was very very aggressive. Not just to other horses, but people as well. He was
severely overweight, so he needed an exercise program for his own health. And
so I trained him, I teach him to do some fun things, tricks, and he really
enjoyed it. Dally has a real interest in riding
him, and a want, and a need. So it wasn’t that difficult to train her because she
already wanted to do it. Dally absolutely loves it when the crowd
claps. I think that’s her favorite thing. She feels super important and proud of
herself. And Spanky, he enjoys it too. He’s really really well-behaved around people. He really takes care of her. So when
she’s not on his back, he’s very different. He runs much faster,
he turns really quickly, and then when she’s on his back, it’s evident that
he knows she’s there. And he’s very very careful.

100 thoughts on “How This Dog Learned To Ride Horses

  1. What are you gonna post next?
    Pigs learns how to drive a car?
    Hamsters learn how to skydive?
    Octopi learn how to fly a fight jet?

  2. That’s weird cuz my friend showed me a pic on insta about this lol 😂 I remember when I was little I would always dream of riding A DOG. RIP 😂

  3. To the 1% of you that see this comment I hope your biggest dream comes true. Anything is possible you just have to set your mind to it!! 💪 My dream is to hit 50k ☺️ have a lovely day. 💕

  4. Slamming everything in the room


    But uh.. at least I can eat alot of food and not gain weight

  5. It's actually cool to see a dog do the same thing a human does over the jumps: position themselves properly (it's called a two point position because humans only have two points of contact on their horse's back [their legs]), look straight ahead and not at the jumps because looking at them makes your entire body tilt down, look only where you want to go, and make sure their center of gravity is farther back than one might think, because putting weight on the horse's front discourages and even prevents the horse from jumping because they can't get their front legs high enough.

    I think what I'm trying to say is that if a dog can do it, I can better my own jumping and riding abilities.

  6. but haven't you heard of the Siamese cat who also rides horses ;-;
    cat and dog equality please :/

  7. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  8. so cuteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!😘😘😘😘😘😍😍😍😍

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