” Backward ! The adorable Californian mini-horse takes things VERY slowly and steadily while jumping an obstacle
- The little stallion is shown playing with equine friends on a farm in Bonsall, Calif.
- Buffalo Soldier, the cautious miniature horse, is baffled by a small obstacle
- After a few seconds of hesitation, the pensive little steed crosses the obstacle
- Miniature Horses from Faithful Minis Farm Visit San Diego Hospitals to Give “Therapy”
It’s the sweet moment when a miniature horse wobbled on a small obstacle course and was abandoned by its equine buddies.
The video, shot at Faithful Minis Horse Farm in Bonsall, Calif., Shows a miniature horse named the Buffalo Soldier momentarily beaten by a tiny metal obstacle.
His two companions lead the way, galloping over the obstacle with ease.
Two miniature horses on a farm in Bonsall, Calif., Enthusiastically run over a small obstacle, letting the little Buffalo Soldier eat their dust as he thoughtfully studies the obstacle
Behind them comes the thoughtful and cautious Buffalo Soldier, who prefers to take things slow and steady.
A farm worker in the video can be heard joking, “Coming to the back,” as the Buffalo Soldier eats the dust of his companions.
After a few seconds of thought, Buffalo Soldier crosses the obstacle with caution and continues enthusiastically in the wake of his companions.
Buffalo Soldier gently puts a shoe on the obstacle, having been momentarily puzzled by it
After a few seconds of thought, Buffalo Soldier crosses the obstacle and gallops after his equine companions, who left him far behind.
The 31-second video was shot by farm owner Faith San Severino in early December.
Faith San Severino is a horse handler at Faithful Minis Horse Farm, which – according to its website – trains miniature horses for “therapy, mobility, service and love.”
Another video of the Buffalo Soldier slowly walking past his companions was shared on TikTok on December 26 with the caption: “When you’re doing your best, but you’re always late for the party!”
The horse trainers at Faithful Minis Horse Farm have made a name for themselves by taking their little stallions to San Diego County hospitals and letting patients find solace in petting them.
Faithful Minis Horse Farm also sells its therapeutic equines to good homes, with prices on their site ranging from $ 4,900 to $ 7,200.