The rider and horse pair performed the song ‘Let it Go’ very impressively

A video that features a well-known song from a Disney film playing in the background while it demonstrates the incredible talents of a horse and its rider during a competition is giving people all around the world goosebumps.


One of the most successful songs to ever come out of a Disney animated film was “Let It Go,” which was featured in the film Frozen. After its debut in 2013, Disney’s Frozen quickly rose to the top of the charts to become the highest-grossing animated picture of all time.

In this video, Laura Sumrall looks really stunning in her role as Elsa, the princess of Arendelle in the Disney film Frozen. As she approaches the arena atop her horse, her breathtaking blue dress cape cascades over the animal’s back in a manner reminiscent of a magnificent waterfall.


Laura is competing in the Kentucky Reining Cup, which is held in Lexington and is considered to be one of the most prominent events in the sport of horseback riding. As soon as the song begins, ‘Elsa’ begins giving her horse instructions on how to walk around in time with the beat of the music.

The horse begins to gallop, precisely adhering to Laura’s instructions. They dance around while the lovely tune intensifies in the distance. When she lets go of her cape, it flies away behind her like a cloud.


The character “Elsa” is now visible wearing her recognizable light blue movie outfit. The symbolism is clear to the audience because the song is about letting go, just as she does with her royal blue cape.

This video is proving to be really popular with viewers. The video has now received over 1.4 million views. One spectator said: ‘It’s amazing how she’s barely holding into the reins, and yet her horse is responding so well to her.’ If viewers stick with the video until the very end, they will see why they cannot disagree with this statement.