Super-self-assured six-year-old girl who has been flaunting her dance moves since her TWO wakeboarding as she rides one hand over water in Texas
- Clair Hurta can be seen dancing to Low by Flo Rida and Devil by Shinedown
- Her mother, Crystal, captured the footage on Bay City Lake on the Colorado River, Texas
- An older clip shows two-year-old Clair giggling while watching over her mother
A confident six-year-old was filmed as she glided effortlessly over her wakeboard while showing her dance moves.
Clair Hurta, who has been wakeboarding since her two years, was filmed by her mother Crystal while she was on Bay City Lake on the Colorado River in Texas.
While Flo Rida's Low plays in the background, Clair rides with one hand while waving her hand in time with the music.
Clair Hurta (left with her mother, Crystal and her father) wakeboard since she was two years old. She can easily be seen riding a wave while dancing
When the iconic, & # 39; low, low, low & # 39; line in the song, she shakes her head and shimmies while keeping her balance.
The second song to play is Devil from Shinedown. When the chorus plays, little Clair shakes her head and hits the sky as spectators cheer.
She continues to perfectly synchronize the melody while riding the waves.
This is not the first time that the adventurous boy is caught on camera on a wave.
Video shows Clair, 6, dancing her on Low by Flo Rida and Devil from Shinedown while keeping her body perfectly balanced
In a video on Facebook she is awake surfing with her mother while Stayin & Alive by the Bee Gees plays.
Although similar to wake boarding, wake surfing means that the rider releases the rope attached to a boat once they catch a good wave.
In the video, Clair holds her mother's legs while Mrs. Hurta plays with a fidget spinner.
While watching wakeboarding in this clip, other videos show that she is waking up with her mother. Although similar to wake boarding, wake surfing means that the rider releases the rope attached to a boat as soon as they catch a good wave
Her mother then takes her hand before she lets go, so that the couple can reach down and touch the water.
Another clip shows Clair at the age of two, riding a plate with her mother while the boy giggles and looks at the camera.
When Mrs. Hurta releases the rope, the pair glides effortlessly while Queen's We Will Rock You play.
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