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August 16, 2016 / Posted by:

Legolas 92, the horse who stole the whole show during the dressage individual grand prix freestyle competition at the Olympics!

Everyone is giving attention to Spain’s Severo Jurado López and his horse Lorenzo who trotted out moves to Carlos Santana’s Smooth (ft. Rob Thomas), the song that set fire to the loins and limbs of middle-aged women everywhere. Don’t act like your auntie didn’t scream out, “This is my jam!”, before kicking off her party chancletas, grabbing her Solo cup full of white wine and 7Up and serving up sweet moves in the middle of the patio to “Smooth” at a family get-together. Severo and Lorenzo definitely deserve attention for bringing back a song my brain tried hard to forget, but most of the attention should go to Legolas!

During the individual finals of one of the fanciest and greatest competitions at the Olympics, U.S. rider Steffen Peters and his horse Legolas hit peak ART when they performed to a snippet of Ice Ice Baby. A dancing horsey named Legolas + Ice Ice Baby = true performance art! That selfish peacock at NBC is greedy and doesn’t like to share, so their site is the only place you can watch the superstar Legolas keeping Vanilla Ice relevant by River dancing to his biggest hit at the Olympics in Rio. (I bet Delta would hold a flight for Legolas.) Click here to see that, but Steffan and Legolas did do their Ice Ice Baby bit at the CDIO5 competition in Germany last month. The US placed second as a team and Steffan and Legolas placed fourth individually at CDIO5. Here’s the clip of that and it’ll definitely make you think that Legolas’ prancing coach must be The Prancercise Unicorn.

Yes, that is really Legolas’ voice at the beginning of Ice Ice Baby. That takes Legolas’ performance to new levels of art, really.

This world isn’t a fair or right place, so Steffen and Legolas placed twelfth in the dressage individual finals at the Olympics. (Severo and Lorenzo placed fifth. Great Britain took gold and Germany took silver and bronze.) Legolas may have not pranced away from the Olympics with a medal, but he left knowing that he never compromised his artistic integrity for the sake of a win. Prance, prance, baby!

Pic: NBC

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