Scared horses

Saturday the horses came on my street. My husband went to the store and called me on the phone. He said to go look outside. I went outside and saw a big group of horses right across the street. I ran inside the house and got a carrot. When I went back out, the horses were gone. I saw these two little girls standing on this pathway, right across from my house.  They started walking down the path, and I went on the path to look for the horses. They were up ahead on the path. The path ends and there is a big wash. The horses were all bunched up and some children were running at the horses. The horses ran down into the wash, there were 16 of them. Then the horses started coming up out of the wash. They went back on the path again. The little girls were standing a few feet in front of the horses and they started running at the horses.

The horses ran away, but two horses looked like they were running at the little girls. The girls were small, like 3 and 4 or 5 years old. The girls looked like they were going to run at the horses. I yelled at the kids to stop and get away from the horses. I told them they could get hurt running at the horses. They stopped. Then their parents come around the corner, calling their children to them. I told them their kids were running at wild horses, they could get kicked or stomped or hurt by running at horses and scaring them. I followed the horses. They went back up the street and got away.

I was scared their little kids would get hurt or killed by them. The parents were not even watching their kids. Later they knocked on my door. They were selling cookies. They recognized me and thanked me for saving their children. I told them never to run at horses.

I have not seen the horses lately, I wonder if they scared them off.

Author: Connie T

I love to make videos, cooking ones and legos ones. I like to draw and paint and make crafts and read blogs. I have a Nikon D80. I also use my new Canon Rebel. I don't really notice not much difference in pictures between the Nikon D80 but I bought for the video use. You can not use Nikon to make a video, it is not on the camera.

9 thoughts on “Scared horses”

    1. They come from the mountains all around me. They are wild horses. They walk where ever they want to. BLM catches them all the time. There are lots of them. They walk around our neighborhood. I have even walked up to them and fed them carrots. They eat right from your hand.


  1. Good advice that I hope they remember. Geez. I saw a lady at our park up the street point her bike wheel towards a Bobcat wandering along the path. For the life of me, I have NO idea why she would intentionally provoke a Bobcat. He/she hissed and ran away. It made me sad. I loved just watching it go on its way.


    1. She would start screaming if it attacked her, then they would kill it. The horses do not bother you, but if you run at them with babies, they might hurt you if you attempt to hurt them. I don’t know, they just run away.


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