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post #81 of 98 Old 12-07-2011, 01:56 AM
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I like this thread because everyone is finding back-up information, and arguing respectfully. I don't come across that as often as I would like.
Yeah, but the other way is more fun!
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Plenty of other arguments to go around. Head on over to the Horse Meat thread for a kick. Apparently you're automatically an ******* just for having opposable thumbs. At least that's what I've been getting from the more recent posts.
So basically I am an ******* already....I hate be judged so soon....tee he

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I shall take my "*******" over there..

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post #85 of 98 Old 12-07-2011, 02:01 AM
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Yeah, but the other way is more fun!
That is true, lol.
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Well hell... that is another 15 minutes of my life I will never get back.

I tried to read the first 5 pages of that thread....It was exactly as described here.
I am not seeing the point of arguing with a 14 year old girl about horse "feelings"....
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post #87 of 98 Old 12-07-2011, 04:47 AM
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The rules posted apply to PRCA sanctioned events & I have never seen horse tripping at one of those.
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post #88 of 98 Old 12-07-2011, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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The rules posted apply to PRCA sanctioned events & I have never seen horse tripping at one of those.
Right, horse tripping or roping is not a PRCA event. Earlier Bubba and I were comparing different rodeos, animals used and rules pertaining to animal welfare.

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post #89 of 98 Old 12-27-2011, 02:46 PM
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It isn't horse tripping anymore, it is more like horse roping. It would be no different than team roping in an American Rodeo. However, I did see in one of the runs one of the guys didn't slide his rope enough and the horse fell. Usually they just get them stopped. The reason they don't show the horses is because they are showcasing the roper and his ability, they are not trying to "hide" the horse. Steer tailing is also very similar to steer wrestling in American rodeo. Are you against American rodeo too?

Everyone is entitled to their opinion like you said, and in my opinion I think there is nothing wrong with this, it is part of their tradition and I can see the art and beauty in it. I am pro-horse slaughter, not because I want to eat horse meat and kill a bunch of horses, but I would like to see an option for horses to be put down humanely. If you ever watched horses starve to death and die slowly, you mind change your mind, perhaps not.

I don't know if you are directing the comment about a different thread about a newbie getting in a horses mouth towards me or not. I do not recall this, if that is me, what thread?

I also have learned new things and I hope that I have helped somebody with my experiences on here. I don't always agree with other people on here just as not everyone is going to like what I say, but it sure isn't worth getting so upset over that you don't enjoy being on here.
I myself am a person who has been around charreria his whole life. I appreciate your "logic" on this topic and it shows your a real horsewoman and I tip my hat to you.
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I myself am a person who has been around charreria his whole life. I appreciate your "logic" on this topic and it shows your a real horsewoman and I tip my hat to you.
Thank you kind sir! Greatly appreciated!

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