- - omg!!!
|bubblegum ||11-06-2009 06:47 PM |
looks lke it, if that was in my part of the world i would report it
|dynamite. ||11-06-2009 06:48 PM |
Looks like they are! I was always told that a horse shouldn't begin jumping until they were around 5 and were almost done growing. This makes me sad :(
|Spastic_Dove ||11-06-2009 06:50 PM |
Doesn't surprise me. I've seen promo videos of BNTs jumping their fillies to show how broke they are and what a relationship they have :roll:
What a bunch of idiots. Just goes to show not everyone should own/train a horse.
|redneckprincess70 ||11-06-2009 06:59 PM |
Sad..Hopefully they won't ruin the bones that are nowhere near done growing.
|Tink01 ||11-06-2009 07:13 PM |
Not good, as said above would report them if they were in my part of the world. Why do people do this? Whilst we were looking for a pony for our daughter i saw many 2 year olds advertised as jumping coloureds etc, needless to say we didn't view any of them. The health problems that they will have later in life will be terrible.
|AussieDaisyGirl ||11-06-2009 07:35 PM |
Wow. That is not cool.
|omgpink ||11-06-2009 09:17 PM |
Uh thats horrbile, that poor filly I wish a good life ahead.
|azarni ||11-06-2009 11:15 PM |
But don't young horses buck around and play and jump anyways? I'm not supporting lunging a foal over jumps, but don't they put that sort of strain on their limbs themselves?
|Erin_And_Jasper ||11-06-2009 11:37 PM |
will some one email them? i wont because they arent in my area, the are in NH not CT.
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