I agree, not the safest. But alot of training must have gone into that horse and alot of teats. Someone really loves that horse . Question though, the wooden log bridge (at 26 seconds) couldn't that slip? Or do you think its tied/glued down.
The horse looked like it was having great fun and it had its head down looking at the ground trying to test if it was safe. Overall very cute.
I'm sure that the owner made sure that his course was horse-fied, the horses was safe thoughout the whole run, so I would really stop critizing and just enjoy the video and amazing training that was put into it!!
When I get my ring, thiswill be one of the first things I will be teaching my two!
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