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Trainer tries to roll her horse over but plan backfires when horse has a better idea
I laughed so hard watching this! 😂
Sasha Alonzo
05.03.22

Anyone that owns an animal knows firsthand just how goofy they can be. Horses are no exception. They may seem a little stiff or skittish at times but their personalities eventually shine through.

TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner
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TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner

Funny times on camera

In a recent TikTok, a horse owner shares a hilarious moment caught on camera. In her video, @ronireneeturner, gives us a glimpse into the lazy life of her horse. She captures the horse being rolled over by the trainer and the mare is just not having it. In the video the trainer attempts to roll over the horse by grabbing its legs. The horse’s lazy expression says, ‘nope.’ The person capturing the video can’t help but laugh out loud.

TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner
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TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner

The trainer is not giving up

The horse is on her back almost playing dead. The trainer attempts to grab the legs again and pushes them up and over the horse’s body. You can hear the person taking the video yelling, ‘now give her a kiss.’ The trainer reaches down with her hand to pat the mare’s nose.

TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner
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TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner

We all need more horseplay

The third time is the charm right? The video shows the trainer successfully pulling the mare’s legs over her body and the horse finally turns over. The person shooting the video is still rolling with laughter watching this mare’s dramatic display. She is definitely not going to do what she doesn’t feel like doing.

TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner
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TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner

Horse rolling

Horses often roll on their own or are trained to roll over. It’s very important for many reasons according to TheSprucePets.com. It can be a way for them to alleviate any irritation from sweat. They also mention that horses roll over to relieve any tight muscles after being ridden.

It’s also a good way for them to stop an itch. They roll in the mud or sand to get a good scratch or to give themselves some protection from the sun or from biting flies.

TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner
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TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner

Rolling for their enjoyment or ours?

“As well as for enjoyment, a horse will roll to help with shedding their coat and to maintain their coat and body temperature too. Mud and dust can act as a skin conditioner as well as a natural insect repellent. Any irritation caused by drying sweat can be relieved by rolling as the dust or mud has a cooling and drying effect. – horseandhound.co.uk

TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner
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TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner

The video is gaining momentum online and the mare is stealing hearts all over the world.

Commenters online couldn’t get enough of her antics.

“She melted..zero effort…’Ma I broke.'”

“so dramatic”

“This video made my entire week…I’m doubtful anything will be better.”

“That’s not a horse, that’s a puppy!”

TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner
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TikTok screenshot - @ronireneeturner

A silly mare

She may have done it on her terms, but she did it and she had us smiling the entire time. Now watch this TikTok video to see her entire performance. We think she deserves a lazy Oscar for this one.

@ronireneeroman

Volume down if you don’t want to hear an obnoxious laugh 😅😂💀 @lillrosee

♬ original sound – ronireneeroman

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By Sasha Alonzo
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Sasha Alonzo is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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