Kenny Rogers, I agree with you. While the horse may have once flipped over, it was mostly the rider's mistake. Horses do not rear for no reason. Yes, it is her horse and she can do what she wants. But, I'm sure with more time and patience, this horse, like any horse, could be a perfectly good companion. When it comes to it, she chose to buy the horse, which entails an obligation. Would you adopt a child, and then decide to "put it down" at the first sign of misbehavior? Of course not. She bought this horse, and now has an obligation to yes, FEED it, and care for it, no matter the costs. NO horse should be put down for the mistake of people. This horse was not born wishing to harm people. If it is harming anyone, it is because of people themselves. Perhaps the person that taught this horse to rear should be taken out of the horse business to keep further animals from suffering. Not all horses are meant to be ridden, that does not mean it cannot be useful.