Horses Tattoos

Noah Cyrus

Noah Cyrus got the name “Constantine” tattooed on the back of her wrist in March 2018 in memory of her horse Constantine who died two years prior.  She tweeted a picture of herself riding the horse and wrote:

My best friend named Constantine who passed away 7.5.16 I’ll #AlwaysBeOnYourTeam buddy

Horseback riding is one of Noah’s favorite hobbies, and it’s something that makes her feel like her most authentic self.  She rode competitively when she was younger and dreamed of making a career out of it until she decided at 14 years old that she wanted to be a singer.  She told Access:

I love riding horses.  I still ride horses.  I just got a new horse actually a couple weeks ago because I missed riding horses so much that I needed it.  I’m gone so much that I felt that I was losing who I really was in a weird way.  And that’s who I am.  I grew up on a farm.  I love animals.  I love going home and being able to be a tomboy.  I have to dress up and put on this makeup every day, and I want to go get dirty in a barn and be a tomboy for a while.


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Leona Lewis

Leona Lewis loves horses so much that even after getting a poem about horses inked down her spine, she got a second horse-related tattoo.  This one is a tiny horseshoe on the side of her left wrist.

Leona and her family spent time in the British countryside, where she developed a love for horse riding.  “I have always lived in London, but never saw myself as a city girl,” she said. “We used to stay at Fontgary and I’d go horse riding down there in the countryside. I used to love it because it was somewhere free and not small confined spaces.”

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Leona Lewis

The writing tattooed along Leona Lewis’ spine is a poem that she wrote herself about her favorite animal–horses.  It reads “Their beauty captures every eye, a gift from God for all mankind, they lend us wings so we may fly, to ride a horse is to ride the sky.” Speaking of her love for horses, Leona told the Guardian “I love hanging out with my horse, chilling. They’re so amazing and ethereal. I could hang with horses all day.”