Anyone who has been around a horse before will know firsthand how truly magical they can be. These beautiful and powerful animals can hold hundreds of pounds on their backs, but they can also be as gentle as a lamb.
Over the millennia, horses have become legendary figures in their own right; these animals all have different personalities, they can be brave, they can be funny, but most of all they can be our best friends.
Horses and humans already share a special bond, so it makes sense that Liz Mitten Ryan realized that these animals have healing properties as well. She realized that just being around these mystical animals made her soul feel better and just simply made her a happier person.
With acres of beautiful land in her name, she decided to open up a retreat aptly named Equinisity. Every year, hundreds of people flock to her land in British Columbia, Canada, just so they can lie with the horses.
These horses are accustomed to being around humans, but at the end of the day, these animals all leave to freely roam the land and wild, where they belong! They’ll come visit the barn for some treats every once in a while, and always love to lie down with new humans for a nice long nap.
But it also seems like these big horses might have eaten a bit too much. While this nap is certainly peaceful, there are a few strange noises that had some of the human visitors laughing like crazy! I don’t think I’ve ever seen horses this comfortable around humans before. Maybe they’re a little bit too comfortable.
It should also be noted that these beautiful animals are well looked after. They are not suffering from colic of any form, which is when you’ll see a horse stamping around and even writhing. These sleepy horses just have a case of some gas. Special thanks to Liz Mitten Ryan for filming such an amazing video!
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Warning: The video below contains gassy bodily functions that some viewers might find disturbing.
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