Horse protects cowboy from cows as he tags calves
Horses sometimes can be pretty dangerous animals, especially because they can harm their owner. Usually, these animals are very gentle and tender, but when they feel that someone is about to hurt them, they become violent.
The horse is devoted to its owner especially when he is loved and taken care of, and when its owner offers him protection, the horse feels that he must offer protection and security in return.
We can see this in the video also. Even if the cows are not aggressive the horse keeps them at a distance until his owner finishes his work.
For a horse to become your best friend and especially to listen to you, you have to take responsibility for its care. This involves feeding, cleaning, brushing, but also riding carefully. Once you get involved in this whole process, you will inevitably become more responsible. And once you manage to make him listen to you, you will inevitably gain much greater self-confidence than before. This will make you feel more confident in yourself, and more confident in your relationships with others.
The horse, it’s said, is one of the man’s oldest and best friends. For hundreds of years, horses have been used for riding and pulling carts. Even today, the horse is part of the category of the most beloved animals. Horses are more than capable of being protective. Just think of a mare and a foal, or a stallion defending his flock, etc.
The horse along with the hardworking owner always made a fortune. But for this, man and horse symbiosis had to be sincere, honest, and reciprocal. Horses had always helped people do work, from plowing fields to hauling goods. And horses contributed to human status, religion, and sports. Horses have also played a critical role in warfare.
They also show their protectiveness by nipping or kicking at other horses, or even cows, like in our video, that crowd them and their rider. If people crowd you while you’re mounted, they can nip from protectiveness or turn a rump to allow kicking. When they find danger under the saddle, they protect us by running away while we are on their backs.