Here is what it looks like: A horse kills a sheep, then blows the animal up in an act of madness.
As the rampaging beast repeatedly throws the sheep across the sky, and then stamps its bodies on it’s body, the video was recently rediscovered.
The clip was shot at an unidentified location. Two men approach the beast to try to calm it, but the animal continues to circle its prey and shows off its brute power.
WARNING DISTRESSING CONTENT: Viewers were left shocked by horrifying footage of a feral horse attacking a sheep in a fit of rage
In an attempt to calm the bay-colored beast, a man approaches the horse. But the horse keeps circling it and continues to display its brute power by throwing the carcass into the air.
The bloody wool wrapped around the neck and head of the sheep can be clearly seen in one scene of the video clip. This suggests that the horse’s actions were fatal.
As the video is nearing its end, the horse tromps on the dead sheep carcass and throws it into the air. This ensures that the animal was killed.
This minute-long video begins with one person holding back a stick from the raging “stallion” as it rears up, manically jumping around.
The horse stands calmly over the carcass of the sheep as the photographer approaches.
The horse grabs the hind legs of the sheep and raises its head, sending the animal through the air.
After examining the sheep that has been killed, the horse retorts and launches a second attack.
The powerful jaws of the horse forcefully grip the sheep’s hind legs, then rears up and launches the mammal into the sky.
The video shows the sheep not moving for most of it, however the ending of its lives was marked in the clip when the horse aggressively stamps its body.
The video shows the sheep not moving for most of it, though the final moments of its existence are captured in the clip where the horse stamps its feet on the body.
The shocking scenes were shocking and viewers watched in horror. Horses are known for being docile rather than aggressive, according to the reports.
However, wild feral stallions can be more assertive if threatened. This is a rare situation.
Horseracingsense explained that wild horses are capable of attacking humans but very rarely does. Their first instinct is to escape danger.
“But, horses and stallions separated from their group can become aggressive.
“When horses feel threatened, and they have nowhere to hide, they attack.”
Experts say that in the wild, dominant stallions have been known to act more aggressively within their territory if they feel threatened – albeit such circumstances remain rare
End of the minute-long clip, the horse knocks the helpless sheep into the ground.
The clip was shared first on social media in 2019. Many people commented quickly to highlight the brutal power of horses.
One person wrote, “This is a great example of how strong horses can be.” The horse could have a sheep weighing in at around 200 pounds, and it swings like nothing.
Someone said, “I realize that a horse can be a large, strong animal. But dang!” It is nothing more than a rag doll.
A second commenter commented: “That’s insane.” This shows just how bad a horse could do, if it wanted.
Many speculated about the horse’s gender despite the low quality clip.
Angie W wrote: ‘It’s definitely a stallion, but such strange behaviour I’ve never seen anything like it…’
Another commenter suggested that the mare was protecting her foal against an aggressive ram.
An alligator was attacked by a black horse near Gainesville in Florida, 2017.
The battle was not unique.
In 2017, horrified onlookers watched on as a horse attacked an alligator near Gainesville, Florida.
When the horses were first seen near the footpath, the Paynes Praire La Chua Trail was visited by the people who recorded the clip.
The group was near the largest black horse, which lay undiscovered in the grass.
According to eyewitnesses, the horse that was closest moved toward the gator and “started kicking, bucking”, before the gator grabbed its hind legs.