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    03-21-2010, 04:21 PM
Originally Posted by Kashmere    
I hope eventually the WHOLE world will realize what an absolutely sad world this is turning out to be.
All I can do is give my Khamie a big hug and be glad she is spared from this.
I wish people would just stop and think of how much better this world would be without this stuff going on.
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    03-21-2010, 04:35 PM
Originally Posted by churumbeque    
Exactly "until one horse leaves the area"
If it is confined to a pen it can't leave and give up as in the wild it has to stay and take the beating in the confines of the pen.

On the video it shows one horse getting beat and running out the gate while the winning stallion, I assume gets the spoils. Watch the video again.

As to horses in the wild acting any different than horses under human care, when instinct is involved all the domestic niceties are forgotten and they revert back to what nature has made them. Once again Allie09 you are having a hard time realizing when the facts fail to support your opinion.
    03-21-2010, 08:14 PM
Originally Posted by kevinshorses    
Once again Allie09 you are having a hard time realizing when the facts fail to support your opinion.
my eyes don't lie.
    03-21-2010, 08:18 PM
They seem to have a rose colored tint though!
    03-21-2010, 08:20 PM
Originally Posted by kevinshorses    
They seem to have a rose colored tint though!
lol what I see is what is reality.
    03-21-2010, 08:35 PM
At :24 of the original video you can see one horse quit and run down an alley. The other horse stops and basks in the glory. They are acting just like the wild horses in another video on this post and they look like any other stallions that I have seen fight. Very very rarely are stallions injured by each other. They may get a little peeled up but one stallion doesn't kill the other one. Usually one dominates the other and the weaker one runs off. If they are pretty evenly matched it may go on for a while but horse teeth are not designed to tear flesh and they do a pretty poor job of it. I wouldn't participate in this and I wouldn't pay to watch it but I'm not outraged by it.
    03-22-2010, 03:25 PM
My barn owner has two stallions.

And Paulo:
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Once, a few years ago Paulo escaped his stall and attacked Lucifer who was still in his stall. They fought and tried to break the half door of Lucifer's stall because they could only reach each other's heads and necks. Paulo was 20 and very thin and sick (he has since recovered) and Lucifer was 6 and in prime condition. Nonetheless, Paulo tore deep gashes into Lucifer's throat. By the time they found them, Lucifer was nearly dead, and Paulo was completely frenzied.

Lucifer would absolutely have been killed by Paulo if that stall door had broken. It's just nature.
    03-22-2010, 03:39 PM
Originally Posted by alli09    
my eyes don't lie.
Yes, when you scrunch them closed and stick your fingers in your ears and go la la la can not hear you, they sure do not lie at all.

Have you not ever watched the infamous Cloud series and seen the Stallions battle it out?

They are not patting each other on the back and making deals, they are all out fighting.

Originally Posted by alli09    
lol what I see is what is reality.
Your reality. Not real world reality! Obviously two VERY different things.
    03-22-2010, 03:57 PM
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Originally Posted by alli09    
in the wild they do not try to tear each other apart like they do in that video that the OP posted. They are not meaning to kill in the wild. They are meaning to show the other males dominance.

There are videos of wild stallions picking up newborn foals and shaking them until they are dead. A new stallion will do this to another stallions get so that the mare will cycle again for him.

One needs to understand that it is a nasty relm out in the wild. These horses are doing exactly what is natural to them. I, personally, hate to see this unneccessary violence.

I will be spending a month in the Philippines this fall. I hope I never come across something like that.
    03-22-2010, 04:17 PM
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Here is the video I was talking about.


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