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Video of the Week: Scary Ozzie

We think Ozzie is adorable, but the horses he encounters on the trail? They think he's terrifying.

January 24, 2014

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Scary OzzyOzzie is an adorable Icelandic horse who enjoys taking nice, relaxing walks on the trails near his home in British Columbia, Canada. Well, at least those walks are relaxing for him. For reasons unknown, many of the horses who encounter Ozzie on the trail don't think he's adorable at all. They're sure that fuzzy, spotted exterior is hiding something sinister. Watch as Ozzie terrorizes his fellow trail-goers in this week's video.

 

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Marion    Sussex, NJ

4/23/2016 6:28:54 AM

Poor on coming horses thought they were encountering Cousin It! Probably all the hair and long fluffy forelock that upset them!

Cheryl    Grandview, TX

2/20/2014 6:34:38 AM

Really funny. Wonder how my horse would react? Must be all the fuzzy hair. He is really cute.

Lynn    Spring hill, FL

2/2/2014 12:58:12 PM

This totally happened to me, my horses and my best friend out on the trail! An Icelandic, solid black with hair like a 70's 'fro appeared from behind the palmetto scrub. We all lost our marbles! I felt awful that I said something like "oh my God it's your HORSE!" But after this video I am certain the owner understood twhat I meant. They are a beautiful breed, nice to know about the common reaction.

Sandee    Canto, OH

1/31/2014 5:54:44 AM

I believe they can not see his eyes with his fluffy forlock, this would cause them to worry a lot. Horses like to make eye contact. Really cut Icy though.

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