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post #311 of 408 Old 04-01-2013, 08:17 AM
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^^just want to let you know that its impossible to read your post when you type it like that !

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^^just want to let you know that its impossible to read your post when you type it like that !
It is like interpreting a foreign language, but at least she did start new lines to break it up.
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but they do not have spaces between them. I literally could not read it !

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OKAY like someone said earlier this thread seems like it could lead to a defamation suit from either CA or the owner. Anymore input will probably just be more name calling and finger pointing.
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post #315 of 408 Old 04-01-2013, 02:19 PM
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this horse may have had a previous condition that the owner knew of, and just used CA to cause a scandal, and make trouble
Your joking right?
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post #316 of 408 Old 04-01-2013, 02:24 PM
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Toto and Michael-read the thread and get a clue. There is NO evidence that the training or trainer had anything to do with the death of this horse. The CAUSE IS UNKNOWN. Horses can die anywhere, just like people, who die in their beds even! Geesh.
Why do you have to be so rude? It's death although not directly caused it can be indirectly related to what they were doing to it at that time.
It is stressful physically and mentally to take an unconditioned horse out of it's element and get in in shape in 6 weeks, tie it's head down and leave it unattended. And obviously some die from it.
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I got to page 21 and the talk became repetitious. This says it all (from the OP)



If a horse bucks you off, he/she has just been taught, "If I buck, the rider goes sailing." Some horses learn this the first time they do it. It is NOT traumatic to the horse.. horses will buck for fun (even out in the pasture with no one on them.. just playing) and horses will buck because of discomfort and horses will buck as an evasion.

I see CA took down his post though I liked it. One of the issues with this world is everyone would like to be presented with a polite statement of fact.

Quite honestly, I think a little anger and a little telling where the bear crapped in the buckwheat is appropriate sometimes. It was appropriate in this case.

Carry on.
If he feels that way then he should keep it up. My guess is though it may effect his reputation and pocket book but it may get him more business from people that like that approach.
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Why do you have to be so rude? It's death although not directly caused it can be indirectly related to what they were doing to it at that time.
It is stressful physically and mentally to take an unconditioned horse out of it's element and get in in shape in 6 weeks, tie it's head down and leave it unattended. And obviously some die from it.
Here is the issue I have. There is NO proof that the horse would not have died even if he had stayed home in his stall fat and happy. That is a fact. Again, the COD is totally unknown. Blame cannot be placed since we simply DO NOT KNOW, which is apparently not acceptable to some folks. It will NEVER be known. Period.

Sorry you find me rude. I get a bit impatient when folks don't take the time to read (or understand) the facts and go off making assumptions and pointing fingers.

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Churumbeque, why the insistent head-hunt for CA? The horse died, he tried to make things good with the owner, the owner refused, and that's the end of it. Heck, the owner isn't even out for CA's blood like you are and it was her freaking horse! Give it a rest. As I said before, we're beating a dead horse here (again, no pun intended) and it's just getting ridiculously old. Nothing new is being added to the thread, it's being argued in circles, and, at this point, everything that can be said, has been.
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It's death although not directly caused it can be indirectly related to what they were doing to it at that time.
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We don't have any idea what they were doing to the horse at the time. We've heard speculation and rumour but WE.DON'T.HAVE.ANY.IDEA.

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