OF COURSE THE HORSE RECOGNIZES HIS FRIEND, Liam Neeson!






I disagree with the title of this article…  OF COURSE the horse recognizes Liam Neeson after they worked together previously!

There is nothing bizarre about it.

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Liam Neeson has made a bizarre claim the horse he worked with on The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs remembered him from a past film.

The actor, 66, was promoting the Coen Brother’s Western at an event during the New York Film Festival on Wednesday when he made the surprising confession about his equine co-star.

According to Page Six, he said: ‘I’m saying this horse knew me. He actually remembered me from another western we made a while back.

Mane attraction: Liam Neeson has made a bizarre claim the horse he worked with on The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs remembered him from a past film 

Mane attraction: Liam Neeson has made a bizarre claim the horse he worked with on The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs remembered him from a past film

The Taken star, who previously worked with horses on A Million Ways To Die In The West, continued: ‘He whinnied when he saw me. And pawed the ground.

While some may not have believed the story, Russell Crowe, 54, was quick to back the actor up as he wrote on Twitter: ‘This is absolutely true.’

Horsing around: The actor, 66, was promoting the Coen Brother's Western at an event during the New York Film Festival when he made the confession about his equine co-star

Horsing around: The actor, 66, was promoting the Coen Brother’s Western at an event during the New York Film Festival when he made the confession about his equine co-star

Saddling by him: While some may not have believed the story, Russell Crowe was quick to back up the actor as he wrote on Twitter: 'This is absolutely true'

Saddling by him: While some may not have believed the story, Russell Crowe was quick to back up the actor as he wrote on Twitter: ‘This is absolutely true’

‘There’s a horse, George, who I gave the speech in the forest in Gladiator on. Years later he was on the set of Robin Hood and we would have a chat every day.

‘Same with the white horse, Rusty, in Robin Hood. We chatted again on Les Mis. Lifelong friends.’

The Australian star has worked with horses on numerous occasions throughout his film career, so it stands to reason that he would have worked with the same ones.

Getting on well: He added: 'Same with the white horse, Rusty, in Robin Hood. We chatted again on Les Mis. Lifelong friends'

Getting on well: He added: ‘Same with the white horse, Rusty, in Robin Hood. We chatted again on Les Mis. Lifelong friends’

Lord Of The Rings star Viggo Mortensen has also discussed his love of horses before, and has even published a book of photographs focused on the animals.

He bought two horses after filming wrapped on Peter Jackson’s fantasy epic trilogy, and then later bought another that he worked with in Hidalgo.

Speaking to the Guardian in 2009, he said: ‘I met him and we got along well and I wanted to keep seeing that horse, so I bought him. He’s fat and happy and lazy.’

Animal lover: Lord Of The Rings star Viggo Mortensen has also discussed his experiences with horses before, and has even published a book of photographs focused on the animals

Animal lover: Lord Of The Rings star Viggo Mortensen has also discussed his experiences with horses before, and has even published a book of photographs focused on the animals

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