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        05-16-2013, 02:36 PM
      #7181
    Foal
    As long as animals are considered property in the eyes of the law, it will be very hard to file abuse charges and actually have them followed through on.

    Animal abuse will always be a problem, just as child abuse and spouse abuse. The thing is, in the eyes of the law, the spouse, child's feelings are considered. In animal cases, the animal is just a piece of property. This is so very wrong. Unless people try to change the way animals are viewed in regards to their rites, and the poeple trying to change the laws do so in a civilized, legal, practical way, things will not change. People who support animal rites will always be viewed (for the most part) as a bunch of nut cases as long as there are radical, "animal rights" groups running around commiting crimes. It is sad but a few crazy people ( well more than a few) that probably started out with good intentions towards animals are actually doing them way more harm than good. And making it so many animal groups that do try and stay within the law are not taken seriously. Then of course there are the questions of "where do you draw the line on abuse?"

    In Lightning's world....All animal abusers, and I am sure most people who care about animals know where to draw the line, and child abusers and anyone who hurts any living creature unable to defend themselves (except flies and fleas) would be shuttled "OFF THE PLANET". No exceptions. You molest a child..."OFF THE PLANET" Start kicking the dog... "OFF THE PLANET", Put a wire bridle on a horse and beat him, regardless of ignorance or not, "OFF THE PLANET". Lightning's world would be a much better place.

    Sorry for the rant and I am getting off of my saddle soap box now.
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        05-16-2013, 02:38 PM
      #7182
    Foal
    OH, sorry, the above post is regarding Jalter's post.
         
        05-16-2013, 08:24 PM
      #7183
    Foal
    I feel really lucky. I am actually so thankful for living in my area. We don't have nearly as much abuse, like the worst I have ever seen first hand is a skinny pony with worms, but he is on the road to recovery. One time my dad saw a farm with horse paddocks but didn't see any hay in the pasture, he called the ASPCA and the next day the farm had hay in the paddock. I don't think I could handle living in places like some of you do with these abusive peoples.
         
        05-16-2013, 08:50 PM
      #7184
    Yearling
    It is so difficult for me to figure out what is on his face. He's 2 years old.
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    All white Gelding - $1000 (Seagoville)


    His name is Casper. He is 2 years old. A great horse, perfect for trail rides and safe around kids.
         
        05-16-2013, 08:52 PM
      #7185
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    Originally Posted by hisangelonly    
    It is so difficult for me to figure out what is on his face. He's 2 years old.
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    All white Gelding - $1000 (Seagoville)


    His name is Casper. He is 2 years old. A great horse, perfect for trail rides and safe around kids.
    It looks like a bosal on a poorly adjusted browband headstall over a halter.
         
        05-16-2013, 08:58 PM
      #7186
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by aforred    
    It looks like a bosal on a poorly adjusted browband headstall over a halter.
    then that bosal is very low :(
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        05-16-2013, 09:02 PM
      #7187
    Foal
    Ummm a "QUARTER HORSE" is a breed. He was just short-keying it. You misunderstood....
         
        05-16-2013, 09:04 PM
      #7188
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SweetRide    
    Ummm a "QUARTER HORSE" is a breed. He was just short-keying it. You misunderstood....
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by dressagebelle    
    I couldn't find another thread like this, so I'm putting it here, cause I just had to share. I found this ad an craigslist this morning, and it left me scratching my head.
    6-7 year old 1/4 horse for sale,
    new horseshoes just replaced, well fed and taken care of,
    must sell, tame on a ametaur rider, full horse not neuterd
    must sell asap give me an offer

    Um ya 1/4 horse, well whats the other 3/4 cow? Tame on amature rider hm I though we humans rode the horses not the other way around. Full horse not neutered, well then once gelded what is it, 1/4 horse. Just had to comment, made me laugh when I started reading it.
    They mean a QUARTER HORSE... You are the one that is mistaken....
         
        05-16-2013, 09:17 PM
      #7189
    Yearling
    That little black horse looks so....young. Maybe its a pony but it looks so much like a yearling. I am trying to figure out whats wrong with its front left pastern
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    . She can teach any discipline from western to English as well.
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        05-16-2013, 09:18 PM
      #7190
    Yearling
    Sorry double my computer is going insane
         

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