This lad was the envy of his pals when his dad came to pick him up from school on horseback.
Mike Moorman rode 2.5 miles to Rose Union Elementary School in Edmond, USA, on 18th May.
He arrived at the school on 12-year-old quarter horse Grady, with three-year-old appaloosa horse Nova in tow.
The Oklahoma dad recalled: “On the last day of school, I rode my horses to school. A lot of the kids did it.”
Mike wanted his eight-year-old son, Cale, to experience the joy that he had experienced when he was a lad.
A spokesperson from the Deer Creek School District told local media: “The school’s principal agreed as a way to celebrate the last day of the school year.
“She knew it would be a memorable experience for not only Cale but for his classmates too.”
The spokesperson continued: “Mr Moorman came prepared!
“His son’s horse was wearing Cale’s car rider pick-up tag, a security protocol required for all students being picked up from school.
“They adhered to our strict safety rules that all students must load or unload from the right side, and Cale put on a cowboy hat helmet before they left to ensure his safety while riding.”
Mike added: “Traffic doesn’t bother these horses.”
Before Cale left school in style, “people got to pet the horses”, according to the dad, who added: “I was as happy as the kids.”
Cale is mad about horses and has been riding them since he was two or three, even taking part in youth rodeos.
The Deer Creek School District said about the footage: “If this isn’t the sweetest way to get picked up on the last day of school, we arent sure what is!
“We love our Deer Creek families!”