While all animals are lovely, a fortunate couple who breeds horses felt their newest addition to the family was especially unique.
When Scott and Jackie Nelson first saw Coconut the horse, they couldn’t believe she was a Melbourne, Florida native.
Over three million people have marveled at how unique she is, and that’s because they had to record her beauty at the age of two days old to show the rest of the world.
At the age of two, the couple, who run a ranch named Down Under Colour and breed horses, took her outside for the first time on camera.
According to a YouTube description, Coconut is also referred to as a War Horse and has incredibly uncommon markings. The chief or the medicine man, a traditional and spiritual leader, would ride this horse, which was revered in Native American culture.
They must have one blue eye with liner surrounding it and a shield on their chest in order to qualify as a War Horse.
In Indian mythology, this eye is referred to as a Sky Eye. This one blue sky eye will convey the spirits of the Chief and Medicine Man to their gods if they perish in combat. That being the case, the YouTube video explains why she is so unique.
Watch Coconut in the video below.
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