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post #91 of 325 Old 01-30-2013, 06:12 PM
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I know when my friend moved away from her, that the humane society was checking Tory out for a horse that had been dragged behind a four wheeler. She claimed someone had cut her fence and attacked the horse. Might have. I don't know. I heard of this stuff simply because my friend vented to me. So almost everything I know is second hand, including the descriptions of the horses I described.
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post #92 of 325 Old 01-30-2013, 06:14 PM
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How do you drag a horse behind a 4-wheeler? That doesn't sound likely.

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post #93 of 325 Old 01-30-2013, 06:17 PM
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Hoarding is probably involved, but I think it goes way beyond that. She sat there and watched them starve. She wasn't going without food.
I don't know how anyone could be so cruel. My 42 year old arab/QH drops a bit of weight and I'm in a panic thinking I'm going to lose him. If I have to I spend the last dollar in my account on rice bran to help put some weight on him.
I would love to lock this woman in a room and deprive her of food! I hope that they can bring felony charges against her for theft! They really should be stricter on animal cruelty charges, this slap on the wrist stuff is BS
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Hoarding is probably involved, but I think it goes way beyond that. She sat there and watched them starve. She wasn't going without food.
Oh, I have no doubt there are other mental illness involved. But I can't diagnose them. I don't remember my friend saying anything about any known substance abuse. But she does seem to be a person without conscience. What boggles my mind is the continued breeding. I haven't bred anything in five years. I won't breed anything I can't afford to keep. You can not count on being able to sell a horse these days. I know a few people headed for disaster, because they are giving horses away, and yet still breeding mares. You can't warn them, because they won't listen to advice. I have downsized to seven horses, who are fat and healthy. I see no reason to put that at risk by making more I might not be able to keep healthy. Seems that is just common sense.
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post #95 of 325 Old 01-30-2013, 06:23 PM
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I guess there were four wheeler tracks in the field. It didn't make much sense to me either. The horse was a pony, I think. So maybe you could. But, here is the kicker, my friend felt suspicious about that, because Torys son was always riding a four wheeler, and already was a teen in trouble.
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That is awesome your horse has lived to age 42! I lost my mare at age 36 two years ago. I grew up with her and had her from birth. They don't live that long if they aren't cared for. My old stallion is 25, and we pamper him to death. In cold wet weather he has to wear his "dress," his blanket and he wrinkles his nose and looks disgusted when I put it on him. I suspect he actually appreciates it, but doesn't want the other horses to know. He has his pride to think about. Lol
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How do you drag a horse behind a 4-wheeler? That doesn't sound likely.
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Just the implication that the owner may have done it is absolutely horrifying.

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But considering the recent events, it might have been her or some of her family.

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post #99 of 325 Old 01-30-2013, 06:57 PM
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I'm sitting here going "huh?" because she has a donation request to help care for the other horses injured in the attack. What other horses? Am I missing something?

This thread just twists my stomach. Its so sickening that people can be so... evil.

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I feel sure that was involved. But how could a human turn so evil?
I believe some people are born evil. And some decide to dance with the devil.
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