Adults, in general, have the mindset that riding a large horse has a substantial difficulty level. When you watch a child engaged in the same activity with joy, though, you have an unbelievable feeling. After all, children have incredible capacities for learning and can quickly assimilate new information.
A similar event occurred not so long ago when a young girl named Kinsley, who was only five years old at the time, wowed her audience as she rode around on a horse that was a Morgan Draft Cross and named Ruby. She completed the course on horseback, jumping the various obstacles.
Kinsley rode her horse through a series of 2’6″ hurdles that were placed along a jumping course with grace and elegance. It seemed as though the large horse and the little rider shared a particular connection with one another. The horse was aware that the rider was a child, and as a result, it made sure that she did not attempt to sprint too quickly between the hurdles.
In addition, Ruby made it a point to jump with as few jerks as possible so that Kinsley would remain seated during the entire ordeal. As tiny Kinsley rode her beloved horse through the competition, the audience clapped for her as she leapt from one obstacle to the next.
After hearing that little rider Kinsley wanted the music “Let it Go” from the Frozen soundtrack played, the event’s organizers made the decision to comply with her request. A shudder would go down the spine of any grownup who saw a young girl of five years old galloping through obstacles on the back of a large horse. Nevertheless, the serene demeanor and unshakeable self-assurance that she exuded would have dispelled such concerns.
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