Carrie Underwood Reveals ‘Yellowstone’ Horseback Riding Video While in Wyoming

by Hunter Miller

Carrie Underwood and her husband, Mike Fisher, are going full cowboy mode while on vacation in Wyoming. The country superstar took to social media to share a look at their scenic trip.

On Thursday, the “Cry Pretty” singer shared a slow-motion video of herself and Fisher rocking their best western-themed getups. The clip, which is set to the Yellowstone theme song, shows Fisher putting on a black cowboy hat. Shortly thereafter, the clip cuts to Underwood, also wearing plaid, walking towards the camera outside the cabin.

The clip ends with an incredible shot of an eagle taking flight over the countryside. Underwood wrote in the caption that her husband “thinks he’s Rip,” from the popular Paramount Network show.

Carrie Underwood and her man also saddled up horses and took part in a cattle drive. She posted a photo of the two of them on horseback with the caption, “Me and my cowboy.” The pic shows the Grammy winner and her former NHL player husband saddled up on horseback in the middle of scenic Yellowstone.

Underwood and Fisher regularly share snaps of themselves riding horses while home in Nashville. Last year, the couple introduced fans to their horse Bojangles. Then, shortly thereafter, a second horse named Annie joined the family.

At the time, Underwood shared the post with the caption: “Every cowboy needs a horse…and a hat. I’m still working with him on the southern accent.” She continued by writing, “Meet Bojangles…newest addition to the Fisher family!”

While speaking with fans on Instagram, Fisher shared that owning horses was a lifelong dream. “Ever since I was a kid I’ve always wanted horses,” he said. “Today I got my first! Bojangles is finally home! He’ll have a dancing partner in a couple days.”

[H/T PopCulture]