Feeling foal-ish? Hilarious moment young horse takes down her owner by ripping down plastic fence and wrapping it round his ankles
- Julian Lefevre , 51, was inspecting his foal in a field in Bicester, Oxfordshire
- He was feeding the horses along with his friend AJ when he got into trouble
- The video footage shows Mr Lefevre being dragged across the field by his foal
This is the moment an energetic young horse took down her owner by ripping down a fence and wrapping it around his ankles.
Julian Lefevre, 51, was out feeding the horses with a friend when one-year-old thoroughbred, Bluebell, decided to run a loop around them – taking the plastic fence with her.
But while his friend AJ managed to jump out the way just in time, the security engineer was left tangled up and taken out at the ankles before being dragged across the field.
Julian Lefevre, pictured, was in a field inspecting his horses at his home in Oxfordshire with his friend AJ, right when he was dragged away
The horse manages to pull on the fence dragging the plastic lengths around Mr Lefevre’s legs
His friend AJ manages to jump clear of the fence and avoids being dragged into the field
After catching the incident on CCTV, Julian’s wife Cheryl, 53, shared the side-splitting footage on social media adding that thankfully ‘only his pride was hurt’.
She said: ‘It’s absolutely hilarious and I keep watching it whenever I need a laugh.
‘I had to share it in case it gives someone else a smile too.
‘Bluebell is just one of those kinds of foals – she’s cheeky, full of energy and a proper diva.
‘I think she just decided to take the fence on.
Julian Lefevre, pictured right, with his wife Cheryl, was unharmed during the dramatic incident
The couple who have been married for 15 years have five horses together near their home in Bicester, Oxfordshire, including Bluebell’s mother, Lily, a yearling colt
‘You can’t hear it in the video but my husband is trying to tell his friend to be careful but then his friend manages to get free and it’s Julian that gets dragged away.
‘Thankfully it was only his pride that got hurt!’
The couple who have been married for 15 years have five horses together near their home in Bicester, Oxfordshire, including Bluebell’s mother, Lily.
Cheryl said: ‘It made me laugh watching the video back because you can see Lily in the background walking off, clearly thinking this is nothing to do with me, you can sort out your own mess.’