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Show Jumping Cow

When her parents told her she couldn't have a horse, this enterprising young rider saddled up the family cow.

April 5, 2011

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Regina Mayer, a then-15-year-old resident of Lauffen, Germany, could not have a horse. Her parents said no. This is a story all-too-familiar to many young aspiring equestrians, but Regina's story takes a turn. Since she couldn't have a horse, she trained one of her family's cows, Luna, to become a show jumper. From the Associated Press:


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Carol    Somewhere, NY

11/23/2015 6:15:21 AM

Anything is possible with the right partner and training. Good for her and her beloved cow!

Anne    Hewitt, NJ

11/5/2015 6:26:45 AM

What a special cow and relationship between that girl and her beloved bovine friend!

Kathy    Bahama, NC

12/25/2014 6:11:26 AM

What a special bond between these two!

Marion    sussex, NJ

11/14/2014 3:57:19 AM

Holy Cow is all I can say. But seriously, that is really neet! They do love each other!

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