They Spot A White Horse Acting Strange In The Woods, Then He Rushes Toward The Camera

by Paul Morris
Paul is a proud Southerner who enjoys long walks in the woods, sweet tea, and watching movies. He’s also an expert pastry chef and will share his rhubarb-berry pie recipe with just about anyone who asks. He loves America and playing with animals of all kinds. When he isn't writing about the things he loves most, you can find him in the great outdoors!

A lot of people think horses are pretty simple creatures, but if you’ve ever been around one before, it’s quite obvious these animals have very different and unique personalities. Some horses are brave leaders that love to take chances and explore, while others are a bit more timid, and like to stay near calm and quiet things and people.

Horses even have a sense of humor. In the video below, a beautiful horse decides to play a bit of a prank on his friends and family!

The woman behind the camera, Charity Richey-Bentley, seems quite confused. She’s been keeping horses for years and has honestly never seen something this bizarre before in her life. She has six horses, and every morning during feeding time they have their own unique routines.

Usually, Edge, the herd leader, comes in first and gets his food before everyone else. But on this particular morning Edge skips the barn pasture gate and goes for a bit of a run in the woods.

The woman filming seems totally confused, and when she pans over to the other horses, you can see they’re all very intrigued at Edge’s behavior too! After he gets his kicks and runs around for a bit in the woods, he seems to decide now it’s time for him to eat, so he sprints back to the camera in a raw example of just how powerful these amazing creatures really are.

Special thanks to the Horse Mafia for capturing such a cool moment. Make sure to check out their Facebook!

And please SHARE this incredible video if you would love to watch Edge run around like this in real life!

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