Hilarious moment reveals young stallion that he has no idea when he enters a pasture full of mares

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If not! Hilarious moment reveals young stallion that he has no idea when he enters a pasture full of mares

  • The images from the cell phone were shot in a pasture in Calvert City, Kentucky
  • Young foal named Zip My Goose ‘accidentally came out in the mare’s pasture’
  • He tried to do ‘what any other stallion would have, but failed completely’

A two-year-old stallion was caught in a compromising position trying to navigate the world of mating.

The images from the cell phone were shot in a pasture in Calvert City, Kentucky.

The owner of the young foal said, “He accidentally got out in the mare’s pasture and tried to do what any other stallion would have done, but it failed completely.”

The images from the cell phone were shot in a pasture in Calvert City, Kentucky

The two-year-old stallion was caught in a compromising position

The two-year-old stallion was caught in a compromising position

The cell phone footage was shot on a pasture in Calvert City, Kentucky, when the two-year-old stallion was caught in a compromising position.

In the clip, recorded on March 14, the bay stallion, named Zip My Goose, can already be seen in a tricky situation.

His front legs were hooked over the side of a white mare after trying to mount her before fucking her neck.

The mare tries to run away, but Zip My Goose is unfazed.

A group of women can be heard giggling from behind the camera before whispering, “Do you think he’s trapped?”

The young foal's owner said: 'He accidentally got out in the mare's pasture and tried to do what any other stallion would have done, but failed completely'

The young foal's owner said: 'He accidentally got out in the mare's pasture and tried to do what any other stallion would have done, but failed completely'

The young foal’s owner said: ‘He accidentally got out in the mare’s pasture and tried to do what any other stallion would have done, but failed completely’

The stallion’s owner has since explained, ‘Zip My Goose is an upcoming two-year-old AQHA colt.

‘He normally stands in a pasture or stable, away from the mares we also have here.

“He accidentally got out in the mare’s pasture and tried to do what any other stallion would have done, but it failed completely.”

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