Amazing moment: A 15-month-old girl guides her horse friend around her farm.

  • This adorable little girl rides her horse along a Victoria farm.
  • This heartwarming video was posted to YouTube Thursday morning
  • The clip is dividing social media users, with some saying that it was unsafe.

A small girl formed an amazing friendship with her horse, whom she walks on the farm. 

This adorable video shows the 15 month old horse confidently picking up the reins to lead her horse along Macclesfield Farm, Rural Victoria.

The little tot enjoys a happy stroll around the homestead without being bothered by its large size.

A little girl has formed an unlikely friendship with her family's horse as she takes it for a walk along a farm in Victoria (pictured)

Pictured: A small girl forms an unlikely friendship while taking her family horse for a stroll on a Victoria farm.

The couple’s leisurely walk also attracts the attention of two cow dogs from the family, who are curious to follow them.  

One viewer said, “I cannot stop watching this horse. He is so sweet, so calm and gentle. It is absolutely adorable.” 

‘So cute. Another commented, “I love it.” 

“That sweet, adorable child picked up the rein and took that horse off better than me!” She is amazing! A third was added. 

The adorable sight (pictured) left social media users divided as some pointed out the dangers of allowing toddlers near horses

Social media users were divided by the adorable picture (pictured), as others pointed out dangers in allowing children to play near horses. 

Some users expressed concern about the vision, and warned against allowing children to be near horses.

A person said, “Cute as a button but as dangerous and deadly as a loaded gun,”

This is dangerous. Even though horses are majestic animals, the horse can become out of control. It could seriously injure the baby or even endanger his life. Another added.

“Even gentle horses can be scared off by loud noises, or by small packets of paper blowing by. Parents should not allow this to happen,” a third added.