This is just one of his many areas where he gets to run and play. He has plenty of places to run and be free.
Performance horses are bred for specific purposes, and they like to work.
But that can come in any number of forms, from cantering around a ring and executing jumps to pulling heavy loads. But who enjoys a life that’s all work and no play?
Definitely not Snipes, a young painted horse who lives at KrisKel Farm in southern New Hampshire.
The facility is now covered in snow — and will be for the foreseeable future — but Snipes isn’t letting that get in the way of letting his hair down at the end of a hard day’s work.
Recently, Snipes’ was introduced to what we can only describe as his new best friend forever, and people just can’t get enough of the frisky beauty playing.