When the horse lets it go, he rolls about in the dirt and receives million views.

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When you see horses, you see them galloping magnificently with their long manes being blown by the wind.
They are stunning creatures, in fact. Still, have you ever seen a horse exhale?
A horse was seen passing a lot of gas in a viral video that received over 16 million views. It may not be something you can fathom without giggling.

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The horse that has gone viral is called Archy, and he resides at the “Rocking Horse Ranch” in the picturesque Blossom Valley.
In good time, Archy was saved. He was already starving to death and was really frail. Sadly, it wasn’t the only thing. Archy’s prior owners mistreated him as well.
Archy is now recovering and taking pleasure in the lovely ranch that offered him a second opportunity.

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Their obvious passion for the stunning horse is clearly evident. We see Archy roll about on the ground and begin to pass gas in the video.
Archy’s belly was obviously swollen while he was on the ground. More gas leaked out as he squirmed.
Whoa! Before he gets up, you would even hear one extremely lengthy one.

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The horse then seems to shake off all of the dust and resume its gait.
But Archy only had to go a few feet before he scented the dust and laid down again.
Even the words “Again?” from his owner are audible.

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Once again, Archy had exhaled.
One woman in the background said, “Can you imagine having all that air in your intestines, how good that must feel just to let it all out?”

In agreement, the person filming remarked.

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We have a good feeling that you may connect to this as well if you are one of the fortunate ones.
Although this situation is relatable to people and the video is humorous, have you ever wondered whether horses often have this much gas?

Although it is common for both people and animals to pass gas, there are certain exceptions.

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A horse may have an overabundance of gas due to certain meals.
One possible cause of your horse’s gas production might be that they have been consuming a lot of spring grass.

Additionally, abrupt forage changes may also be a factor in your horses’ gas output.

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Furthermore, there is what is known as Gassy Colic. Even though this kind of colic in horses is the least dangerous, it should still be treated very away.

It feels like you’ve overindulged in gas-producing meals like pizza and cabbage.
If you’ve heard of “hay belly,” it refers to the formation of healthy gas in the stomach rather than actual fat from overeating.

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Massive volumes of this gas are produced by horses. This gas may accumulate if it is unable to move through the big colon.
That was evident when we first met Archy. He had a huge tummy!
The horse would be uncomfortable and may get stomach pains with such huge tummy.

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Thus, it assisted Archy in releasing all of those excess gases when we observe him laying on the ground.

Be sure to share this cute video of Archy passing noisy gas once you’ve seen it.

Kindly DISPLAY this to your loved ones.

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