Country Singer Justin Moore Stepped On By Horse: Posts Crazy Photos of Injured Leg

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
February 2, 2019Entertainmentshare
Country Singer Justin Moore Stepped On By Horse: Posts Crazy Photos of Injured Leg
Justin Moore performs during the CBS Radio Presents Stars & Strings, Chicago, Illinois, Nov. 11, 2015. (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

Country star Justin Moore revealed that he was stepped on by a horse during a photo shoot for his upcoming album.

On Thursday, Jan. 31, Moore, 34, shared with his fans on Instagram what happened during the unfortunate incident.

“Anything for art!” Moore captioned two photos of his badly bruised leg. Despite the fact that he was apparently stomped on by a horse, Moore seemed anything but put out.

“First time in my career I’ve been stepped on by a horse during an album photo shoot. Lol. Hopefully, we got the shot though!”

Moore is currently working on his fifth studio album, which he also referred to in the post: “New album, ‘Late Nights and Longnecks’ coming soon!”

The photos of his injured leg prompted a number of comments that ranged from shock to well-wishes.

“Get better soon! Can’t wait for this new album,” one user commented.

Another user wrote, “Holy cow!! I’ve been stomped on, bit, stepped on and knocked down but I’ve never gotten a beat down like that! Was it a Clydesdale??!???”

“Oh my goodness! Bless ur heart! I pray for a speedy recovery!!” another commented.

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Thank y’all for a great 2018 ???????? But who’s ready for a new year? How ‘bout a new album?! ???????? ????: @codyvillalobos

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Moore is also currently on his 2019 headlining tour, which kicked off on Jan. 25, according to Taste of Country.

His single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” was released as the first glimpse into his new album. It’s a military tribute song that’s specific to soldiers, or anyone in the line of duty, who doesn’t make it back home.

Moore has promised this album would lean more traditional and show its ’90s country influences.

Moore recently talked about how proud he is to be on the traditional side of country music.

“That’s one of the things I’m really proud about our career is, we did a song here or there that was a little different for us, but 99% of what we’ve done has been pretty straight-forward country. Our lane is a lot more narrow than a lot of people, and I’m proud of the fact that we still are here making music and having success doing it,” he said, according to Kicks99.

The country singer will have a short break before he will be performing on Feb. 8 at the Canton Civic Center in Ohio.

When he’s not busy on the road or in the studio, Moore spend his time with his family. In 2017, Moore and his wife, Kate, welcomed Thomas South Moore—their fourth child.

“Kate and I already felt like the most blessed people in the world with our three beautiful daughters, but we feel even more blessed to have a healthy baby boy now to add to our family,” Moore told People in 2017.

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Happy Easter from the Moore’s ????

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