Cespedes Rides to Practice on Hot-Rods, Horse

Mets star Yoenis Cespedes knows how to make an entrance.

After driving to spring training practice last week in a different tricked-out car each day, he and Mets ace Noah Syndergaard arrived on horseback Tuesday.

“This is what happens when @Noahsyndergaard has an idea. #Mets,” the team tweeted along with a photo of the two trotting to the baseball field on horseback.

Last week, the Mets slugger made headlines when he drove gaudy hot-rods, trucks and Lamborghinis to the field in Port St. Lucie, Florida. 

Cespedes, who helped lead the 2015 World Series run for the Mets and then signed a new 3-year contract worth $75 million with the team, is also having fun in Florida away from the baseball diamond.

He purchased an award-winning hog from a local county fair after seeing it win a competition the night before, according to the Daily News. 

See some of his other wild rides below:

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