I’ve Never Seen A Goat Do THAT To A Horse!

by Todd Briscoe
Todd is a LittleThings editor. He grew up in Texas and has lived in New York since 2003. He doesn't own a Boston terrier, but he will one day soon.

I’ve frequently heard goats described as dogs with hooves. They love to play, they’ll eat you out of house and home, and they know how to bring a smile to their owner’s face.

Baby goats are especially energetic and playful.

Horses, on the other hand (and with some exception), tend to have more of an even temperament. They tend to be calmer, more regal, and they even seem more mature.

This video below definitely shows the difference in behavior in these two farm animals. In the video, a baby goat won’t stop harassing a much more sedated, older horse. The kid jumps up and down on the horse’s back. He head-butts him. He even gets a bigger goat involved in the annoyance.

I’m not sure what they were looking to get from this horse, but he wasn’t going to budge anywhere. I especially laugh at the fact that even the baby horse in the back isn’t going to take time to acknowledge their tomfoolery.

I’m just so glad this YouTube user caught this moment on camera. It’s absolutely adorable.

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