This really gets to me. I was searching just around on Youtube and then Cheyenne frontier days abusing there rodeo animals came up and its very disturbing. I dislike how people say that they mistreat and abuse the bronc horses and the steers and what not. Yea, some of you are probably correct but not everyone does. AND sorry but if i had a 50,000 dollar bronc horse, i would sure as hell make sure it was pampered. Some of this horses maek alot of money doing what they do and im sure that someone isnt going to abuse it. or TRY to kill it.. stuff happens.. It get on my nerves when people only show the BAD side of what goes on.
On the other hand, is there something wrong with the Frontier days? Its really only the frontier days that i see titles of them abusing there animals.. and i am going to a rodeo over there when it comes around.. so imput please? and please dont start and agruement..:) thanks
and just to add, the stay that bulldogging is horrible and it showed a steers horn falling off like sorry for the image.. but my longhorn did that just messing around in the freaking field...:)
but yeah maybe they should be nicer.. so im like on both sides... its just confusing..
There's good and bad in every single equine discipline. It's up to YOU to decide if it's cruel or not and let other people have their own opinions as well.
However, if an animal was clearly being abused, I believe in speaking up about it.
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Of course people can always claim to take care of their animals but I truly believe most people in this sport do care about their animals...it's their way of life. Accidents happen. And you're always going to get those negative and/or cruel people.
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