The famous racehorse Seabiscuit – 1930’s. Seabiscuit (May 23, 1933 — May 17, 1947) was a Thoroughbred racehorse in the USA. A champion and a symbol of hope to many Americans during the Great Depression. His trainer, Tom Smith. In 1937, the Santa Anita Handicap, California’s most prestigious race, was worth over $125,000 to the winner; it was known colloquially as “The Hundred Grander.” In his first warm-up race at Santa Anita Park, Seabiscuit won easily. In his second race of 1937, the San Antonio Handicap. If you like this video, Share it with your friends on Facebook!
The Magnificent Frederik the Great, Friesian Stallion in one of the most breathtaking videos. I love my Quarter Horse and think she’s about as pretty as it gets, but I have to admit this stallion is Jaw dropping! If you think this horse is stunning, Share this video on Facebook with your friends and brighten their day too!
This donkey is living the good life all cozy with his owner on the couch! if you think this is cute, share it on Facebook with your friends!
A wild stallion named Champ saves a young filly from drowning. These horses are part of the Salt River Wild Horses. Visit www.saltriverwildhorses.com for more information on them. If you like this video, Share it on Facebook with your friends.
This makes me wish I could go swimming with my horse! If you like this video, Share it with your friends on Facebook!
This girl decided to give her horse a break and is jumping the jumps by herself instead! If you like this video, remember to Share it on Facebook and give your friends some entertainment as well!
These horses are so majestic and beautiful. I hope you enjoy this video. Have you trained your horse to do any of these tricks? If you like this video, remember to Share it with your friends on Facebook!
Tommie Turvey the Equine Extremest is at it again. This time he’s surfing with his horse. If you think this looks like fun, Share it with your friends on Facebook!