Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Kansas in the summer, Kentucky most of the time
Haven't read all the posts... but I agree. Some horses are just not meant to be saved.
The "rescue" I got my rescue horse from was one of those that really shouldn't have saved an animal. They did not take care of them and they were dishonest about the actual condition of their horses. My horse came 200 lbs underweight, with severe biting problems, rearing problems, and mites. He was there for a whole summer and he LOST weight. Ugh.
He was so bad, that I couldn't handle him at all. He was a danger to himself and almost killed me twice. Literally. Luckily, I found him a home that knew how to handle a horse like that but seriously, he probably shouldn't have been saved in the first place. He could kill someone.
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