The safety of children around horses should always be a priority.

 Those who want to share their interest with their children should also be careful.

 Horses that weigh more than 1,000 pounds do not know how to function.  So it is dangerous for children.

 It only takes one activity to do the worst harm, but the chances of an accident do not prevent your children from enjoying the joy of horses.

 Horses have a variety of personalities, and you never know what kind of reaction you will get.

 If the owner of the horse is on or near the horse,

 Teach your children to always ask permission from the owner of the horse before having intercourse.

 The owner will let you know if the horse is alert to strangers.

 If you can not find the owner, leave the relationship with the horse.

 Before your child approaches the horse, they should declare themselves quietly by speaking in a normal voice and pitch.

 This is another important tip for the safety of children around horses.

 Also, as we see in the video, it is understandable that the child approaches the horses very carefully, because any sudden movement can endanger the instincts of the animal.

 Especially since there was a mother with her cub, only we knew how it was.  Mothers are very protective and aggressive in the first days of the baby’s life and therefore sometimes show bad reactions.

 Horses make wonderful childhood companions.

 Kids are naturally attracted to them, and this makes horses an alternative to watching TV, browsing the internet or “hanging out”.

 Horseback riding keeps kids in touch with nature.  This activity can be enjoyed individually or in groups.

 When the whole family is involved, spending time together with the horses can enhance the bond between family members and turn them into treasured childhood memories.

 Also, the benefits of horse engagement are enduring, as a child’s “horse habits” can develop into a lifelong rewarding hobby.

 Riding is a wonderful exercise.  People who think the horse will do all the work have never really ridden.

 In addition to its aerobic benefits, riding helps a young person develop balance, coordination and flexibility.

 Also, the activities involved in caring for the horse — grooming, rubbing buckets and saddles, cleaning the stalls — can provide excellent training for the upper body.

 Also, as children learn how important good nutrition, veterinary testing, dental work and regular exercise are to the horse, they begin to appreciate their own health needs.

 Check out the beautiful encounter below: