Video of young men trying to transport horse with 'Pragya' causes stir online

Video of young men trying to transport horse with 'Pragya' causes stir online

- Some young men have been spotted trying to push a horse into a motorized tricycle

- Their efforts proved futile as the horse forced its way out of the uncomfortable situation

- Many have wondered why a horse would be transported in such a manner

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A new video trending on social media has shown a group of men trying with all their might to get a horse to board a motorized tricycle in a bid to transport it somewhere.

The video sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the men struggling with the rather Herculean task as the horse was not making it any easy for them.

While it is still unclear why three strong men would rather transport a horse using a vehicle, the video is a fascinating one to watch

Video of young men trying to transport horse with 'Pragya' causes stir online

Video of young men trying to transport horse with 'Pragya' causes stir online. Source: Instagram/dailycelebritiesnews
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The men who appeared determined to set the record of being the first to transport a horse with a tricycle were given a hot challenge by the beast of burden.

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A close look at the video would reveal a fourth man standing at the other side of the vehicle trying to pull the horse as the others pushed the animal.

The video still appeared unfathomable to others as a number of reasons would make their task an impossible one.

First of all, the motorized tricycle appeared to be smaller in size and would be impossible to get the horse to fit.

Again, even if the horse was able to fit into the tricycle, there would not be enough space for the other men who were seen accompanying the animal.

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Source: Yen News

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