Her Parents Wouldnt Buy Her A Horse, So She Trained Her Dairy Cow Instead

At 11 years old, Hannah Simpson was told she couldn't have a horse because they are too expensive.

So the farm worker from New Zealand decided to hop on the next best thing instead - a dairy cow.

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Now 18, Simpson and her seven-year-old Swiss Brown, Leila, have become a regular sight on their daily rides.

She said: β€œLilac was only six months then and I was just a midget. It was a dare from my brother to jump on and she seemed OK with it so we kept going. Before then I’d only ridden a pony twice, and a sheep.”

Recently, Simpson taught the heifer to jump, and said Lilac could now scale obstacles up to 1.4 metres high – although only when she feels like it. β€œShe is a cow and I can’t expect her to ride like a horse. Without a bit of prodding she wouldn’t really do anything, she has a very chilled-out nature.”

Simpson has attempted to ride other cows without much success. Leila, she says, is undoubtedly "special."

Simpson tried Lilac with a horse saddle once but she didn’t take to it, so now she rides bareback with a halter and a small stick to give the old girl a nudge when she needs it.

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Published: 1 Years Ago
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