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Friendship Tips From Horses And Goats Who Are Friends

Got a nervous racehorse? Give it a goat — they can have a calming effect on horses, and make great (if unlikely) pals. Here are some things we can learn about friendship from goats and horses who are BFFFs (BEST FARM FRIENDS FOREVER).

1. Don’t be afraid of those who are different.

Amazing friendships between opposites is ONLY the premise to every great TV show ever.

2. Always have your friend’s back.

3. Call in for reinforcements, if you need to.

4. Challenge each other to be better.

Billy the goat is always up for a “rumble” with his friend, the racehorse Black Caviar. Black Caviar’s trainer credits Billy for the horse’s “unbeatable form.”

THEY’RE LIKE THE LIZ LEMON AND JACK DONAGHY OF FARM ANIMALS.

5. Keep each other going when the other is down.

Edna the filly accidentally stepped on her rabbit friends, was inconsolable and stopped eating — until William the goat came into her life!

6. Reach out to let them know you are there.

7. And keep in touch when you are apart.

Calories don’t count if you’re standing up!

12. Meet each other halfway.

13. And help each other to go farther.

14. Horse around!

16. That way, you can use your combined adorableness to distract others from your devious plots.

WE’RE GOING TO RAID YOUR FRIDGE LATER.

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