Texas monster Clarendon meteorite which found the horse.

Lucky Frank Hommel, in Texas! Because it’s while he was organizing such a horseback ride, that his horse stopped in front of the second largest chondrite meteorite (weighting 345 kg) ever discovered in the United States!

Clarendon meteorite laying in the ground, as it was discovered by Frank Hommel on a horseback ride. Credit: Frank and DeeDee Hommel
Clarendon meteorite laying in the ground, as it was discovered by Frank Hommel on a horseback ride. Credit: Frank and DeeDee Hommel

The meteorite, called Clarendon (c) meteorite, has then proven being a chondrite L4 meteorite. “Chondrite” refers to the rocky body contains chondrules (tiny crystallized spheres that contains the elements that primary composed our Solar system). It thus originated from the crust of an asteroid which was ejected millions or billions of years ago during a collision. The size and weight of the space rock ranks it as the second biggest meteorites ever discovered in the United States, after the Paragould meteorite, which landed in Arkansas in 1930.

via imo.net

Most likely the horse felt the kind of special energy, because the meteorite is foreign to Earth.

He spent Millions of years and possibly billions of years in space.

Perhaps the horse was interested in sensation that caused energy of the meteorite.

Rassim on xissufotoday.space

Since the meteorite was found on land of the owner, the owner the right to sell this rare specimen for a good amount.

DeeDee and Frank Hommel pose with the 760 pound (345 kilogram) Clarendon (c) meteorite discovered on their land. The stony meteorite may be the second largest single chondrite ever found in the United States. It displays dark fusion crust on the topside; the bottom side, which faced down in the soil, is covered with caliche (ka-LEE-chee), a cement-like mineral deposit of calcium carbonate.
DeeDee and Frank Hommel pose with the 760 pound (345 kilogram) Clarendon (c) meteorite discovered on their land. The stony meteorite may be the second largest single chondrite ever found in the United States. It displays dark fusion crust on the topside; the bottom side, which faced down in the soil, is covered with caliche (ka-LEE-chee), a cement-like mineral deposit of calcium carbonate. Credit: Ruben Garcia

Via universetoday.com

On April 6, 2015 during the walk the horses got thirsty, so Hommel and crew rode cross-country in search of a watering hole. Along the way, his horse Samson suddenly stopped and refused to go any further. Ahead of them was a rock sticking out of the sandy soil.

 Look at video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9u_dzAizSjM