Featured Video: Show Jumping Prospect

A 4-day-old colt wastes no time in starting his career as a sport horse.


It’s always fun to watch young horses learn about the world through exploration. The only way to learn about the world you live in is to get out there and experience it, right? In 4-day-old Ollie’s case, the world is filled with assorted jumps and poles. One day, some trainer will probably want to teach him to go over those jumps, but Ollie doesn’t see any reason to wait around for that trainer to show up.


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  1. Oh how cute! Ollie is adorable! He’ll be quite a little jumper! I love how his mother is right there with him, watching after him; making sure he’s safe! So sweet!

  2. Looks mommy is worn out but watching him do his jumps, he is so adorable and yet you can see he was definitely born to jump. I just love watching this little guy and his mom in this video how precious!!!

  3. This reminds me of a filly I took care of at the stable where I used to work. She was a couple of months old and when she and her mother were turned out in the arena, she was running around and suddenly, ran up to a set of cross rails. At first, she hesitated but decided to jump it. She thought it was so much fun that she circled and jumped it again 2 or 3 times more.

  4. What a cutie and good little jumper all ready. Just hope he don’t stress those baby legs out to much! You could see at the end he was getting tired of it!

  5. I own a filly just like this she is always trying to jump all the jumps she sees when we put her in the arena even when they are like twice the size of her.


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