Meet Luna, the showjumping cow

With a unique approach to the sport, German teenager Regina Mayer taught a cow to leap.

    When her parents told her she couldn't get a horse, Regina Mayer refused to give up her dream.

    Regina Mayer, an enterprising German 15-year-old, grabbed the bull by the horns and spent two years training Luna, the family's cow, to clear fences.

    Hazem Sika has more on the tale of the bovine showjumper.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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