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Young Stud Is Absolutely Clueless When He Gets Into Field Of Mares

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Young Stud Is Absolutely Clueless When He Gets Into Field Of Mares

Many people remember their first time, whether it's for better or for worse. When it comes to this stud horse though, it's probably an event he's going to want to forget about:

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The brown horse, called Zip My Goose, is usually kept away from the mares but last month, he managed to get into their pasture and did what any other stallion would have done... but failed at the first hurdle.

Footage taken in Calvert City, Kentucky, shows Zip My Goose simply leaning over one of the mares from the side of her stomach. We all know how horses usually get down to it, and it's not that way.

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The other animals around simply watch on in what we're sure is amusement. Let's face it, he looks like he's had one too many and he's being held up at the bar. Oh the good old days.

Zip My Goose, mate, get back in your field. Credit: Viralhog
Zip My Goose, mate, get back in your field. Credit: Viralhog

After a few seconds delay (again, we reckon he's probably pondering over the classic 'is it in?'), Zip My Goose begins to take a little bit of interest in his chosen mare's neck.

Some might be thinking 'Hello, here we go' but no, not a chance. It seems he went too far, too soon and the mare starts to walk away, with Zip My Goose still hooked on top... ok it's awkward now.

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One of the women behind the camera can be heard judgingly asking: "Why is he biting her?" Each to their own but it is a bit bold for your first time, fella.

Trying to explain his actions, the owner of the horse, said: "Zip My Goose is a coming 2-year-old AQHA stud colt. He is normally kept in a pasture or a stall away from the mares that we also have here.

"He accidentally got out in the mares pasture and attempted to do what any other stallion would have done, but failed completely."

Credit: Viralhog
Credit: Viralhog
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Commenting on Zip My Goose's failed attempt, one person sympathisingly wrote: "Lockdown has been tough for us all, he's rusty. I'm sure he'll get straight back on the horse."

Another added: "That's when you believe in yourself that you can do those Kama sutra positions."

And a third said: "I'm yet to meet a male that knows what they're doing, just glad to be involved tbh."

Featured Image Credit: Viralhog

Topics: Community, Animals

Rebecca Shepherd
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