110 Horses Freely Gallop To The Pasture In A Perfect Line

No one is stranger to YouTube or other sites on which you can upload videos and share them with pretty much anyone in the world, regardless of where they live. Platforms like these keep people connected and it’s a great way to know what’s happening around the world. Always just remember to practice internet safety!

It may seem like it’s just humans that make cool and funny videos of themselves and put them up for the world to see, but that’s not exactly the case. For those who aren’t quite aware, there are a ton of animal videos for us to enjoy as well. Just like us humans like to see other humans do magic tricks, sing, and whatever else you’re interested in, we also enjoy watching the phenomenon of animals. Do you agree?

Really, who doesn’t like to watch a cat and dog bonding? Or, how about a dog and donkey being the best of friends after one was abandoned by its family? Some animal videos are cutesy while others are cute and touching. Some are downright sad, while others are sad to start but come with a happy ending. Animals videos are versatile too, you know!

Now, for those who are looking to watch something cool with a great story (regarding animals), then you’re in the right place! Below is a video taken from the Duchess Sanctuary, a place where hundreds of rescue horses live. The sanctuary takes neglected and abused horses and nurtures them to good health, while also giving them a safe place to stay. Reports note that a good amount of these horses come from the Pregnant Mare Urine (PMU) industry.

So, if you’re looking for a treat to the eyes and something that will just give you that “feel good” feeling, then look out below for the 110 horses that are trotting along the pasture at the sanctuary, without a care in the world. These horses can finally breathe a breath of fresh air without the worries that come with the PMU industry, they’re free to roam around in all the dirt and mud they want. It must be such a rewarding feeling for the sanctuary owners to give this kind of life to the horses in need.

If you want to see 110 happy horses, then click on the link below! Spread the joy by sharing this video with your family and friends and bring awareness to animal safety.

Source: Reshareworthy

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