Ayla Kirstine, a Norwegian woman, has become world famous for her unique ability to move like a horse. Through videos shared on her social networks, Kirstine shows how she trots, jumps and even gallops on all fours, imitating the movements and behaviors of these majestic animals. Her dexterity and coordination have left many speechless, but it has also sparked controversy.
His relationship with the equine world is not recent. Ella Kirstine She revealed in an interview that since she was little she was attracted to dogs and, at that time, she wanted to be one of them. However, her interest evolved towards horses and her ability to imitate equine movements is amazing. The Norwegian has perfected her technique and has shared her exploits on her social media, racking up millions of views.
Despite the admiration his videos have generated, he has also been the target of criticism and ridicule. Kirstine confessed that her negative comments affect her, since she is a sensitive person. Despite this, her love for her horses and her desire to express herself through her passion have been stronger. However, she has recently decided to take a break and stop uploading content to her social networks due to the hate she received from her.
The case of Ayla Kirstine is unprecedented, since her ability to imitate the movements of horses is unique. However, in Finland there is a curious discipline called "Wooden Horse Championships". This activity involves trial riding riding a toy horse instead of a real horse. It is a popular practice among Finnish girls and young women, and has gained notoriety in other Nordic countries.
While some may view these practices as quirky hobbies, advocates highlight the benefits they provide, such as connection to the equestrian world and the opportunity to get involved without the need for an actual horse. The Finnish Equestrian Federation praises this activity for allowing young people to interact with the world of horses in a creative and accessible way.