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post #21 of 63 Old 05-21-2012, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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Video - Breaking News Videos from CNN.com

And now a video on CNN

Hopefully the Grim Creepers will be put out of business soon.
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post #22 of 63 Old 05-21-2012, 11:17 PM
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Video - Breaking News Videos from CNN.com

And now a video on CNN

Hopefully the Grim Creepers will be put out of business soon.

Those people are a bunch of idiots, what the heck would you want a horse to do that "big lick" for anyways??
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Hate to say this but if you registered your walker with the TWHBEA you are part of the problem. They are the ones creating hosting and sanctioning these events. The association disgusts me. Pays lip service to being against soring yet create the shows and judging criteria that rewards the stuff.

I have two registered walkers by former owners. They will never get a penny of my money to put the papers in my name. My horses are registered with AERC and the American Gaited endurance horse association, piss on TWHBEA.
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Bridlepath Hall of Shame: the “big lick” TWH industry Bridlepath

Older blog post with some interesting numbers. Isolated incident my foot!
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I thanked Pepsi for their decision on their facebook page. It's a gutsy move on their part but it's gotta start somewhere.
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I'm going to thank em and buy a 12 pack.
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Hate to say this but if you registered your walker with the TWHBEA you are part of the problem. They are the ones creating hosting and sanctioning these events. The association disgusts me. Pays lip service to being against soring yet create the shows and judging criteria that rewards the stuff.

I have two registered walkers by former owners. They will never get a penny of my money to put the papers in my name. My horses are registered with AERC and the American Gaited endurance horse association, piss on TWHBEA.
I'd prefer not to get close enough to that without a cattle prod in my hands, or a 2X4

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Probation? My stomach just turned.
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post #30 of 63 Old 05-22-2012, 08:18 PM
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I am wondering why his plea was to a fraud charge, not abuse. Where are the abuse charges? Disgusting POS.

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