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post #1 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 05:34 AM Thread Starter
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Look What They Did To Him **Chinga**

He was amazing again, I felt we were on top of the world. I felt he was my wonder horse. Now his ruined. My instructors coming out as soon as possible. But the "pony" I could do anything with, now won't even let me near him. Over the past two nights people have come into Chinga's paddock. The first night, they got into my tack shed and beat him with whips. We believe he was tied up, as he didn't run away. The second night they couldn't get into the tack shed, but they came back and terrirized him once again. The tack sheds are locked, everythings as safe as possible. But now I need to find somewhere for Chinga soon as possible.

Whats happening in the video:

1. His completely not happy and all I'm doing is holding a saddle blanket, he also kicked out and pawed a few times. Also tried to bite.

2. I flick a lead rope out gentally towards him proving I won't hurt him with it and he completely goes at me.

3/4. I walk up to him and he acts like this..

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I'm so sorry this happened to him, I didn't mean for it too happen. We are doing everything in our power to stop this. I just thought I'd share and hope for some advice.



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post #2 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 05:44 AM
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Chinga oh my god im shocked your poor poor pony! Is there another field he can moved to for a few days until you can sort something out?? If not I actually would stay up and cath them in the act have an adult with you though as you don't know what kind of people they are!

Secondly your going to have to just build his trust again don't do anythng that will antagonise him as he could hurt you.

Please keep us informed of whats happening.

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post #3 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 05:47 AM Thread Starter
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Yes. Exactly what you said are my plans, we are trying to find a new home for him * Not permidently* ASAP. But with everyone having their land already in use it is impossible. I don't think it will take long to build his trust again he learnt to trust me the first time pretty quickly, but the second time may be harder. We will get there though.

His "Hyponess" may also have a tiny bit to do with he hasn't been ridden in just under two weeks.

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post #4 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 05:49 AM
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omg!!! Who done that to your horse? Can't you stop them breaking in? Sorry I can't help you... hope everything goes back to normal :S
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post #5 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 05:49 AM
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Bloody hell :S

Do you have a friend who would let you put him on their property for a while? I would set up a bit of a roster with your and your parents and have someone keeping watch during the night, see if you can get the idiots who are doing this so you can get the police onto it, film them in the act if possible. If you have video you have proof.
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post #6 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 05:59 AM
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jeeze some people obiously have nothing better to do.
Poor baby! If you want to put him here for a couple of days I'm sure we could arrange something. I could always ask mum if you like. Poor baby.

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post #7 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 06:03 AM
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oh.my.god
This is just horrible!
You havn't been having much luck with things lately have you?!
I hope you find somewhere else to keep him asap, and totally agree with Kayty with keeping watch over the paddock in the mean time.

It's going to take a good while to gain his trust again. Keep us posted
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post #8 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 06:08 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys, not sure Jalah. He trusts no one at the moment so I can't put him in a paddock with Pumpkin since you guys will be going in and out and safty wise I just can't risk it. Also there is no grass in your other paddock. Correct? :S .

We've got 24 hour watch on the paddock. I will kick the arses of the people who are doing this to my baby. Don't worry Jalah its not a thing, we believe it has something to do with the agistment owners daughters ex-boyfriend..

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post #9 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 06:14 AM
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I will kick the arses of the people who are doing this to my baby.
Don't worry Maddie, I'll be joining you
We do have grass in the back paddock now; it all grew back nice and well. Oh well, if you can't find anywhere let me know

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post #10 of 144 Old 05-14-2010, 06:16 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks :) It means alot. I just don't want anyone getting hurt. Aamelia's saying sell him.. But I think she's just worried. Its not his fault. We've gotten there once, we can get there again. I think a good, relaxing ride will do him good. But I'm not rushing getting on him.

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