One dramatic horse named Jingang is too busy horsing around to let anyone ride him.
Jingang, the horse, pretends to be ‘dead’ every time someone wants to ride him. He has nailed this death trick down to a T. It’s horse-sterical how he lets his tongue hang out of his mouth. He even does a theatrical maneuver with his hooves. His eyes roll as he throws himself to the ground.
It would seem that he doesn’t appreciate being ridden and do anything to avoid doing some work.
He is one smart horse, as you can see him looking around to see if everyone is out of range before he gets up again.
In the video, one of Jingang’s owners was heard describing him as ‘cute but naughty horse,’ and it’s hard not to fall tail over hooves for this presumptuous horse.
Someone who viewed the video said: ‘He’s not lazy, he’s smart. Why carry such a heavy load when you can get away with it.
In the video that has gone viral, you can see Jingang repeatedly pretending to be dead:
He is probably going to make the Oscar nominations for 2020.
Did you know that horses can run shortly after birth? They can sleep while lying down or standing up.
Their eyes are on the side of their head, so they are capable of seeing almost 360 degrees.
When a horse raises his head in the air and his upper lip curls, people assume that the horse is laughing. This behavior is called the flehmen response. The horse is trying to get a better whiff of an unusual smell.
All horses can flehmen. Stallions do this often when they pick up the pheromones of mares. Mares do this shortly after birth as a response to the pheromones of their newborn foal. It happens most often as a response to an unfamiliar new smell or strong scent.