We all have a favorite song and when it comes on we instantly start singing and dancing to the beat. Music has a way of influencing our mood and makes life more exciting. We are not the only species who appreciates the soothing tunes.
Some songs are classics and resonate with all generations. Fleetwood Mac is one of those bands that continues to influence people and animals alike.
Two aspiring filmmakers, Victoria Anderson-Gardner and her cousin, Morningstar Derosier, went out on a shoot early last month for a documentary about indigenous youth participating in a tribal ceremony known as the Sun Dance. After spending the day filming the ceremony, they thought their filmmaking was complete for the day. However, on their drive back they saw a beautiful black horse grazing on the side of the road.
The horse’s beauty and majestic presence caused the two to pause and observe. To unwind from their day they were listening to Fleetwood Mac. “We started singing and then noticed the horse started to dance, so we turned the music up even louder!” Their iconic song, “Dreams” from 1977 stuck a chord with the majestic horse who could not resist dancing along. The horse head bangs to the beat of the song and seems to really enjoy the music.
The moment was captured on video and shared for everyone to enjoy. The video went viral. The girls plan to return for the Sun Dance ceremony next year, and hope to visit the horse as well. “We’ll definitely be looking out for the horse when we go back to see the Sun Dancers next year!”
This story originally appeared on Inspire More.
Watch the horse “sway to the music” in the video below.