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post #21 of 157 Old 04-10-2013, 03:40 PM
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Looking at her FB photos...this is a spoiled horse that she has taught extremely dangerous tricks to and she also takes major chances with her other horses.

There is such a thing as an accident...and then there is stupid.

This was stupid, bareback and out in snow, and on a horse that acts like the village idiot rearing and such?

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post #22 of 157 Old 04-10-2013, 03:46 PM
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Aww my BO' food aggressive horse whom I let my guard down one day on kicked me in the hand because I was switching food buckets, but it was just an accident, he didn't mean to hurt me. I call Bull
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Looking at her FB photos...this is a spoiled horse that she has taught extremely dangerous tricks to and she also takes major chances with her other horses.

There is such a thing as an accident...and then there is stupid.

This was stupid, bareback and out in snow, and on a horse that acts like the village idiot rearing and such?

He'll get her one day, and won't be long.
So basically, she is a stupid teenage girl who likes to show off and do stuff that she shouldn't be doing which is going to put herself and other, including her horses in jeorpardy.
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THIS... Is a good example of why training should be left to the professionals.

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Aww my BO' food aggressive horse whom I let my guard down one day on kicked me in the hand because I was switching food buckets, but it was just an accident, he didn't mean to hurt me. I call Bull
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You call Bull on what exactly? I'm a little confused...

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post #26 of 157 Old 04-10-2013, 04:06 PM
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Looking at her FB photos...this is a spoiled horse that she has taught extremely dangerous tricks to and she also takes major chances with her other horses.
I was just looking at that too.
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post #27 of 157 Old 04-10-2013, 04:08 PM
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Showed that to my non-horsey boyfriend with no explanation and didn't let him read the article. He said (and I quote): "That was totally intentional. That horse planted his feet, swung his butt around toward her, aimed, then kicked her in the head."

And am I the only one that is seeing that there's a jump BEHIND the horse, like he already completed the jump, not in front of him, like he refused it?
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post #28 of 157 Old 04-10-2013, 04:12 PM
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The only bonding that horse would be doing.....is bonding the sole of my shoes together as glue........I'm thankful that in this life that I believe every horse I've put my hands on has either remained 'normal' or has improved.....I would be so ashamed of myself if I turned a horse into a nasty piece of work like this one is........

I think I would've run after that horse, got a hold of it and kicked it right back! Hard!
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post #29 of 157 Old 04-10-2013, 04:14 PM
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Oh my gosh... and after the kick...its almost like the horse walked off like "I got her "
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post #30 of 157 Old 04-10-2013, 04:24 PM
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I think they need to change the headline to this story to "this is what happens when you make excuses for your horse" Emphasizing the helmet won't solve the root of the problem
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