Prancercise is defined as a springy, rhythmic way of moving forward, similar to a horse’s gait and ideally induced by elation.
For all of you who have been on their edge of their chairs waiting for the sequel to Prancercise your Way to Fitness, you are in luck!
This looks remarkably like what a friend’s two-year old daughter does in their driveway (without the potential issues involved with skipping through a field full of loose horses while flapping your arms). Perhaps she should make a video too?
You can learn more on the Prancercise Website.
As we start the countdown to the next Budweiser Clydesdale commercial, you are sure to enjoy these training clips compiled over the last 15 years.
Just check out how patient this horse is with the baby goat!
This would be funnier if it didn’t have a few elements of truth.
Did Chevy get this right?
Apparently, the answer is . . . . NOTHING!
This rider was at a show jumping competition in Bourg-en-Bresse, France. The class was supposed to a costume class, but the rider D. Ribot did not have a costume ready. The judge told him to compete naked (we can assume it was a joke). He did.
Although I cringed for him over some of the landings, it’s an impressive performance. Now, can he still father children?
Who used to watch the re-runs of the Lone Ranger? I used to love that show! This wonderful clip from 1949 shows how the Lone Ranger gentled the wild Silver and started him under saddle. Hi ho Silver! Away!!
You can watch most of the episodes on YouTube if you want to take a walk down memory lane or get ready for the Johnny Depp version.
These fire horses are ready to go in just 15 seconds. The video was shot in 1903. The video won’t embed so please click on the image to watch it.
My grandfather was a volunteer fireman for about 75 years (he was 105 when he died). One of his earliest memories, and the one that sparked his interest in becoming a fireman, was watching the horse drawn fire trucks coming up 9th avenue in New York.
This video from 1903 shows just how fast those fireman could get their horses harnessed and going — just 15 seconds! Those horses are primed and ready to go.