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post #41 of 50 Old 03-24-2010, 03:37 PM
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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.



Your reality. Not real world reality! Obviously two VERY different things.
that is far from what I did. I see 2 different things when I watch that video that the OP posted and when I watch a video of the stallions in the wild. They honestly make those stallions more aggressive.

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that is far from what I did. I see 2 different things when I watch that video that the OP posted and when I watch a video of the stallions in the wild. They honestly make those stallions more aggressive.
Based on what information?

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Based on what information?
wow, seriously? on the information the videos have shown. I'm not blind. I've watched a lot of wild stallion fights in the wild and none are as aggressive as that video.

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How many wild stallion fights have you watched in the wild and where were they?

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wow, seriously?
Yes, seriously! If Kevin had not asked I would have.

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on the information the videos have shown. I'm not blind. I've watched a lot of wild stallion fights in the wild and none are as aggressive as that video.
You must be watching different videos than I have ever seen.

Where do you get to see all these wild stallions fighting you speak of watching?
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post #46 of 50 Old 03-24-2010, 03:57 PM
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yes, seriously! If kevin had not asked i would have.



You must be watching different videos than i have ever seen.

Where do you get to see all these wild stallions fighting you speak of watching?
youtube.

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Ahhh the source of all wisdom and knowledge!! I concede the point, oh great one.

I have seen enough REAL horses to know that all horses are different and I have seen enough of those types of videos to know that they only show the most extreme cases to make thier point. That's why if there were horses getting thier legs broken and throuts torn out you would see it on the video. Instead you see horses acting like horses and people enjoying it. I don't think it's all that great but it's not what the video made it out to be.

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I actually just watched a few of these "fights" on youtube. The winner gets the breeding rights. The loser is turned into BBQ
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post #49 of 50 Old 03-28-2010, 09:35 PM
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Here is the video I was talking about.


YouTube - Nature's Curse...


Awww. That broke my heart. Now I wish I wouldn't have watched it.

The truth hurts. lol.

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post #50 of 50 Old 04-16-2010, 07:56 AM
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I argree with what many others said this is disgraceful! I dont agree with any blood sports! why do people think it is ok to make animals fight like this they would stand for it if it was two humans!
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