Every creature is beautiful, and one of a lucky horse-breeding couple’s recent animal acquisitions was absolutely extraordinary.
Coconut, the horse, was born in Melbourne, Florida, and Scott and Jackie Nelson were astounded when they first saw her. They felt obligated to capture her exceptional beauty and share it with the world even though she was just two days old. As a result, more than 3 million people have marveled at her uniqueness.
Coconut was just two days old when the Nelsons, who manage the Down Under Colour ranch, filmed her for the first time outside. Her markings were regarded as “exceptionally rare,” and she also has the title of War Horse. These horses were regarded sacred in Native American cultures and were reserved for the chief or medicine man, who were esteemed leaders and spiritual figures.
Certain distinguishing characteristics, such as a shield-like marking on their chest and one blue eye with a distinct lining around it, are essential to qualify as a War Horse. This blue eye, known as the “Sky Eye” in Indian Mythology, was thought to take the Chief’s or Medicine Man’s spirit to the Gods if they died in battle.
Thus, Coconut is unquestionably unique, with a rich history and symbolic value. Watch the video below to see her outstanding qualities in action.