"3.I am absalutly amazed that you could say that kind of thing, we use saddles and bridles... with prossesionals that make sure the hrose is at maximum comfort. we know that a horse that isnt feeling great cant do its job happily and at its best."
You are so wrong here.
There are riders and trainers with the appropriate knowledge who do put out the effort, however, they are in the minority.
The majority of dressage saddles are not designed for the horse but for the rider. I am working with a dressage saddle maker who agrees.
I am an equine physiologist using the methodology of myotherapy. For over twenty years, I have found that bad fitting saddles, mis-use of bridles, and improper seat, have incurred the majority of muscle injuries in the horses.
"4. nope, it does not. you think your the only person that has realized the problems in rolkur and some other abuses... your not, thousands of other people know about it too and have been studying it."
Once again you are not completely informed. Please get your facts straight. There have been a handful of researchers who have worked independently of each other on their own particular interest.
I have researched all the papers I could regarding muscle injuries to horses and there has been no studies done on muscle injuries caused by rider, equipment, and/or schooling method induced tetanic contractions.
There has never been either here or in Europe, a scientific study regarding the physical impact of rolkur upon the horse.