This young girl taught her American Saddlebred Horse how to honor a Veteran.
Clinton, Missouri 14-year-old Landyn Mount taught her aptly-named American Saddlebred horse, An Unlisted Angel, a pretty powerful trick.
She taught her horse how to bow "in case any veterans ever stopped by the barn."
See how An Unlisted Angel honors veterans.
Autumn Winkler, Mount's mother, shared her photos and the video proving that honoring veterans can only go so far with words and salutes. An action as powerful as a horse bowing with an American flag on its back truly shows how Winkler and her family respect veterans.
Landyn wanted to do something special for Veterans Day to honor all the brave men and women who have bravely served this country. Landyn's grandfather was in the Vietnam War, and a few other family members have served as well. Teaching her mare to bow is her way of saying thank you, and she thought up the idea all on her own.
"Everyone said this horse was un-trainable, and this kid has worked non-stop to prove them wrong," Winkler said. "Landyn would love to send out a warm thank you to all the Veterans in the area."
This post was originally published on November 10, 2017.
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