This determined bull believes in himself as he thinks he is capable and of displaying some show-jumping skills. Aston was a newborn calf when Sabine Rouas met him five years ago.
Sabine immediately formed a bond with this calf and convinced the farmer to own it. Sabine who is now 43, raised Aston alongside her horse, Sammy. She noticed that little aston was picking up some of the skills she was teaching her new horse.
He was able to learn how to trot, gallop, stop, go backwards, and turn around on command within a short time. Aston was even responding to Sabine just like a horse. This shows that Aston is a great learner and this is really amazing.
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It only took 18 months to teach this little horse to leap over one-meter high with Sabine on his back. This is very impressive.The duo now attends fêtes and horse shows across Europe where they have the opportunity to display Aston’s skills.
I joke that he’s the man in my life, but we are really close. “I have had him since he was a baby, taking care of him since the very early days. I think that bond is one of the reasons behind his talents.Sabine
Sabine and her Aston often get positive reactions from the audience anytime they are at shows. Most times, people are really surprised and they can be a bit scared since he’s much bigger than a horse. Aston is indeed a determined bull.