Jumping Cow

April 6, 2011 by Post Team 

Jumping Cow, What if their parents refuse to buy a horse? You do, of course. Out of a cow.  That, at least, is the most common route taken by Regina Mayer, 15 years old, from the Bavarian town of Laufen. After months of training Luna, Mayer found a cow in the paddock of the family dairy farm; Mayer can travel in the bovine with little difficulty. Moreover, Moon has also proved improvised compensation experts rider jumps built for it.

“She thinks she’s a horse,” Mayer told The Associated Press.

Luna Mayer began training not long after he was born two years ago. Before long, he threw a saddle on the animal and started riding it. Now commands like “go”, “standing” or “race” are not a problem for the moon. While she is in the mood, what it is.

Mayer began to create small jumps to her friend instead of simply riding udder became too boring. “I had to show what Moon and bribe with carrots and sugar,” he told German news agency DPA. “Now she can jump over 1 meter (3 feet).”

Luna was not the first attempt Mayer to train a cow. Not long after her parents refused to buy a horse, Mayer – nine years old at the time – ventured to train a calf she called Lilly. However, Lilly refused to cooperate and the project had to be abandoned.

It soon became apparent that the Moon was different. Mayer said she was very much cooperation from the beginning. Now, cows prefer to spend their time with horses. “Luna is constantly following around horses, but horses do not seem interested.” The other cows in the barn do not look like Luna, and even their lack of time to time, says Mayer.

Despite the relative rarity of mania Mayer is certainly not unheard of. In fact, when she began training Luna, Mayer called a “school of the cow in Switzerland to tips on training cows. The school is located in the small town of Adliswil, not far from Zurich, and the cow train for all kinds of tricks, including jumping and even cleaning the carpet roll with the nose. He also spoke to the local vet, who assured her that the jump is not dangerous to the moon.

Mayer says her friends made fun of her new hobby at first. But now, everyone wants to take a walk on the moon. “But only my best friends are allowed,” he says. And soon, you can get what they wanted from the beginning. His parents have said they plan to make a horse.

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