This Wild Horse Couldn’t Be Tamed – Until He Met A Disabled Boy.

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From: PetFlow.com

equinetherapyhorsekidThey are both a little different from others like them… and maybe that’s exactly what drew these two together. It’s the ONLY explanation I can come up with. The new horse on the ranch is a little rough. He gets wild around the other horses and definitely doesn’t like people. The little boy is one of only 150 people in Israel with Williams Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder.

When they first encounter each other, no one expected this to happen. At first, onlookers tried to call the boy to come back, but as soon as they noticed how gentle the wild stallion became when he met the young boy, they knew something miraculous had happened. A disabled boy was the only person on the ranch who could bring out the gentle side of this beast.

This is exactly why people say “there are angels amongst us”. This encounter brought me to tears. Please SHARE the joy with others.

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AUTHOR: Posted by Habitat for Horses Calaway
10 Comments
  • arlene

    I cried tears of joy , at what my eyes just saw , this magnificent Stallion has the ability to know the situation, blessed is he and the little boy who tamed the beast………… This will be sent far and wide, it is time for everyone to know these horses are Magic………..

    June 24, 2014
  • Dwayne

    How sweet!

    June 24, 2014
  • Victoria

    That kid should have NEVER EVER been allowed ANYWHERE near that stallion! If it was known the horse didn’t like people, why was a disabled kid allowed near him?

    June 24, 2014
  • What a beautiful video…..so heartwarming.I hope they keep the horse for the little boy……thanks for sharing this priceless video…..

    June 25, 2014
  • Sam

    Very sweet but gambling a childs safety in with a horse that doesnt like people?? Not sure thats very wise

    June 25, 2014
  • Diane

    I agree that the child should not have been in the arena with this horse. After reading this piece, and then seeing please donate at the end, I am wondering if videos I see anymore are staged for various reasons.

    June 25, 2014
  • I thank you for sharing.

    This is my son erez.
    What you wrote is very touching.
    Thank you with all of my heart!
    roni..

    June 26, 2014
  • The child was not in danger. The horse tried to make contact with the child before shooting and you can see the body language of your horse and the horse’s reactions were soft and contain even when the child waved his hands. I stood next to him and when he came to the back I approached him and asked him to stay away, yet the horse stood in place until the child away from him completely.

    June 26, 2014
  • jade

    I’m a true believer that horses pick their owners and this little boy has found a friend for life

    June 26, 2014
  • Tammy ivey

    I agree with many who says horses pick their owners, the mare I saved from an abusive trainer I thought I was going to be hers, even though she allows me to be with her its my son who belongs to her. It is awesome to see.

    as for this story, I think someone needs to adopt the little boy, & then adopt the stallion & raise them together.

    June 27, 2014