Woman Takes A Nap, But Sassy Horses Notice Her As She Sleeps

Nothing compares to the beauty of horses, and no other animal can compare to their noble nature. They are not only beautiful and gorgeous, but also intelligent and the finest of friends. People who have worked with these incredible animals can attest to this, and the link you form with them is difficult to describe. They become so accustomed to being around one another that it is difficult for them to separate, which often leads to a slumber in the barn.

Liz Mitten Ryan runs a special horse retreat called Equinisity Retreats, 320 acres of forests, hills, lakes, rivers where the horses are free to roam. This family of horses are a family group that participate in helping people learn about horses and heal what ails them.

“They are unique in that they are all one family and have been born and raised with love and freedom to live as wild horses in their family group while sharing a deep level of connection and communication with humans,” Liz writes.

In this particular video, the horses have just had a big meal and want to relax. They lay down in the barn for a rest, being animals, and that’s when the farting and snoring begins!

Liz says the horses are in a big open barn and the 12′ wide front doors are always open, which might be a good thing if there’s a lot of farting going on! “They can come in to rest or go out when they choose,” Liz writes, but instead they choose to hang out together.

Watching this family of horses relaxing and not having a care in the world made me smile so much. Liz said she filmed it “for fun and to show how relaxed and happy these horses are. They will comfortably lie down and sleep with a barn full of visitors because they are loved and safe.”

Take a look at the video for more information, let us know what you think, and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family on social media to brighten their day as well.


This is simultaneously amusing and calming.

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