VERY interesting training documentary, including oxygen deprived colt. - Page 3
   

       The Horse Forum > Training Horses > Horse Training

VERY interesting training documentary, including oxygen deprived colt.

This is a discussion on VERY interesting training documentary, including oxygen deprived colt. within the Horse Training forums, part of the Training Horses category

    Like Tree46Likes

     
    LinkBack Thread Tools
        06-06-2013, 12:07 AM
      #21
    Green Broke
    My heart skipped a beat when the horse pinned that guy to the ground! It's very rare something makes me feel like that. Just unreal....
         
    Sponsored Links
    Advertisement
     
        06-06-2013, 12:39 AM
      #22
    Yearling
    How would they put that stud colt down, I wonder? Would you want to be the vet with the needle in your hand walking up to that thing?
    Elana likes this.
         
        06-06-2013, 12:48 AM
      #23
    Super Moderator
    Wouldn't a bullet do it well enough?
    smrobs and Elana like this.
         
        06-06-2013, 12:59 AM
      #24
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by tinyliny    
    Wouldn't a bullet do it well enough?
    I was thinking maybe a sniper rifle, from half a mile away.
    Elana and BlueSpark like this.
         
        06-06-2013, 02:07 PM
      #25
    Green Broke
    I have told this story before.. but I worked on a farm where a GELDING acted a LOT like that stud. He was a TALENTED eventer. Very. He had many CTJ meetings. One of those was with me. That fixed him that one time on that one day. It did not fix him.

    If a horse ever needed laying down, that one did. He was a horse that would engage a fight. Look for a fight.. and then if you escalated it he would too. At 1200-1300 pounds I can tell you who was going to win that battle. Not my horse.. would have loved to turn that boy out in a corral with 3 way hobbles on..

    While at one of the big events.. like KY Rolex (or something) after he was sold from where I worked (where he was born) he bit his owner/rider in the back so badly he had to go to the hospital. Found out later that this horse's sire exhibited the SAME BEHAVIOR. No one ever treated this animal badly from the day he was bron. He was like that before and after gelding. It was genetic. Sire was a talented QH and I believe was used as a Rodeo Heading horse.

    A horse like that? Never to be trusted. EVER.

    A woman like that who would keep 18 studs around? Just as nuts as the horse. I have this documentary. I own it. I own it to remind me of a LOT of things.

    Not sure who should be put down first in this situation. The horse or the woman who owns him. Both exhibit equally unreliable characters. Too bad in the case of the horse. He is a darn athletic beast and that is really the crime.

    Sometimes lead poisoning located between the ears is the cure. Rifle with a scope...
         
        06-06-2013, 02:30 PM
      #26
    Started
    People can sit there and say "I would have done this", or "he should have done this", but I think that's neither here nor there. The horse would never be trustable. EVER. No mater who has him, or what training he had.
         
        06-06-2013, 04:00 PM
      #27
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SlideStop    
    My heart skipped a beat when the horse pinned that guy to the ground! It's very rare something makes me feel like that. Just unreal....
    I agree. I wasn't expecting that at all!
         
        06-06-2013, 04:30 PM
      #28
    Foal
    Ooooh I love that movie! They have it on Netflix
         
        06-06-2013, 04:33 PM
      #29
    Yearling
    Yup, armchair trainers often see things differently. Buck has a lot of experience dealing with horses like that and a huge heart. He wouldn't suggest putting a horse to sleep easily. I am certain it pained him to say that but looking at the situation, I believe it was the best thing for everyone. Sad but true, the horse needed to be put to rest to keep people and other horses safe. The lady needed the same. What an idiot. I wouldn't be surprised if her 18 studs were often injured fighting amongst themselves. Why are some people so dumb? One can often hear the persons chest puff up when they say things like " I own 18 stallions" as if that means this is a woman that can handle anything. As if someone should look up to her. I guess I will just never get some people.
         
        06-06-2013, 08:52 PM
      #30
    Yearling
    Tranq dart and then the pink juice, or a well skilled target shooter. I hope that horse did die. That woman's a fool and I think Buck was as nice as he could have been with telling her the truth. Nicer than a lot of people would have been and nicer than she should have gotten it. And still, it made her cry.

    She probably still owns the other 17 studs.
         

    Thread Tools

    Similar Threads
    Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
    LECILE documentary rajones2 Western Riding 0 10-31-2012 10:28 AM
    Colt Training BenandMoyasMomma Horse Training 16 04-26-2012 12:29 PM
    Your deprived Rusty the Arab photos ;D Gallop On Horse Pictures 34 11-20-2011 08:14 PM
    Wanna help a music deprived child? mlkarel2010 Movies, Music, and TV 10 01-17-2009 01:19 PM



    All times are GMT -4. The time now is 09:33 AM.


    Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.5
    Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
    Search Engine Friendly URLs by vBSEO 3.6.0