|Spyder ||12-18-2008 09:42 PM |
This MUST be the dumbest video out there
I don't care how safe you think a horse may be this is just plain stupid.
|Hoofprints in the Sand ||12-18-2008 09:53 PM |
oh wow...just...wow, that's all I have to say. :-(
|BeauReba ||12-18-2008 10:22 PM |
Bad enough the child isn't wearing a helmet, but he can't even turn his head when his mom calls.
|DixiesPaintedNova ||12-18-2008 10:51 PM |
most of the people i know have been on a horse since they were 2. But i do think that is just plain crazy that someone isn't there to lead the horse around and that kids is not wearing a helmet!!!
|Joshie ||12-19-2008 12:03 AM |
Well, that's one way to get a skull fracture.
|blossom856 ||12-19-2008 11:54 PM |
Can you imagine if the horse decided to roll and someone couldn't get to the kid fast enough?
|whitetrashwarmblood ||12-20-2008 02:41 AM |
That pony looks very happy.
Any second now he's going to attack that woman's camera. lol
After working at a riding stable that gives pony rides,
you'd be surprised how many people ask why don't the saddles have seat belts for their kids.
I just sigh and roll my eyes every time.
|IrishCailin ||12-22-2008 08:10 PM |
He should be wearing a helmet!!
|Spastic_Dove ||12-22-2008 08:38 PM |
That is so painful. I can just see the kid breaking his head open. The pony doesn't exactly look thrilled either. When I did pony rides, I got the seatbelt question a lot too. I don't think people realize that horses are animals, not toys. *Sigh* It wouldn't be so upsetting if he at least had a helmet. Preferably someone leading him also.
|My2Geldings ||12-22-2008 09:44 PM |
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