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Equisoccer - Playing Soccer On Horseback
 By horseygall   •   8th Jul 2011   •   2,249 views   •   20 comments
Horses and soccer is not something that goes together at first glance, but look again. Take some horses and riders and add one large ball and you have equi-soccer. Equi-soccer is not only the newest thing in equestrian sport, but its a great tool for both you and your horse to bond and gain a better connection.


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Cruisin Past Curfew  
Equi-soccer is so much fun :D
  54 days ago  •  931 views
 
FreeRein  
the fresians were so cute. they were like "MY BALL!"
  54 days ago  •  930 views
 
ImaCoolCowgirl  
That is AWESOME!! I tottally want to start a league!
  54 days ago  •  929 views
 
Prarie Rose  
This looks so cool! I wanna try it :)
  54 days ago  •  948 views
 
Wandie  MOD 
That looks like so much fun !!
  54 days ago  •  971 views
 
Minnie  
:) we do this at my barn sometimes! sooooooooooo fun! :)
  54 days ago  •  1,222 views
 
toffeelola  
he he, didn't surprise me the horses one, who would honestly want to get in the way of a fast, strong and determined horse that has the ball. lol, looks like fun though!
  53 days ago  •  968 views
 
solo pony  
cool i think i have heard of ponies doing this before
  53 days ago  •  958 views
 
Estella Noire  
Hahaha! :L Thats funny. I want to try.
  53 days ago  •  938 views
 
solo pony  
i want to try this!!! it looks fun
  53 days ago  •  1,026 views
 
Laugh and Ride  
That's really cool.... never knew about equi-soccer! :)
  53 days ago  •  959 views
 
Stay Untamed  
LOL! This sounds like alot of fun! I want to try it!
  53 days ago  •  970 views
 
MoMoz  
I have seen that before! Me and my barn friends should try that someday (if we ever buy a giant soccer ball! haha) Can you actually like compete in it or is it just something people do for fun?
  53 days ago  •  960 views
 
Spyricale  
Sounds like a lot of fun. Not something I'm really into, but I absolutely loved the Friesians. We own Friesians, and I know first hand that they love toys.
  52 days ago  •  929 views
 
Carpe Diem  
Awesome! My two fave sports, in one! :D
  52 days ago  •  931 views
 
Carpe Diem  
The second vid. is so cute!
  52 days ago  •  931 views
 
Isadorable  
This is really cool!
  51 days ago  •  1,304 views
 
solo pony  
i really want to try this
  51 days ago  •  1,073 views
 
All That Jazz  
oh my gosh, that second video was hilarious! :)
  48 days ago  •  935 views
 
Simplicity  
That looks fun. Nuff said XD
  46 days ago  •  928 views
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