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post #21 of 87 Old 07-01-2012, 11:28 PM
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Interesting, I just went back and read your other posts OP. Seems to me you are just trying to start fights when ever you post on this forum. Why would anyone come on here and post that your ways are so much better, even involving abuse and saying" its just because we have gone soft and easy on animals."
Wow, you need to quit stirring up everyone. I for one will not post to another of your threads, I think you ENJOY causing problems and just keep reposting whenever you can to make more issues. Nothing you says makes sense, nothing you say even sounds like anything more than propaganda.
Course I suppose you don't have issues with your horses because you and your kind beat, abuse, and cruelly break your animals so they are afraid to be normal. Oh yea, you also rope horses for sport and enjoy watching them fall. Tell me, do you get extra applause and points for breaking a horses neck or breaking a leg and watching them get up and run some more so they can be roped again?
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post #22 of 87 Old 07-01-2012, 11:32 PM
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as a matter of fact I own a few horses myself . I take good care of them and they are very healthy animals. Your horse doesnt love you they don't think like us. You people have the tendency to love your horse way to much it makes me sick. Which is why you have troublesome horses that buck you off they rear up they walk all over you ec ect and these situations are handled by stupid remarks like"stop that , don't be mean " .
Horses don't love? Soo, when I ride my mare, and she turns her head around a nuzzles my foot, or when im grooming her and she puts her head on my shoulder, that isnt love? Horses can love. I've seen a mare be put in her stall while her baby was still asleep in feild, the baby wokeup and was nickering for her. That mare almost took the gate off so she could go get her baby. If horses can't love, then what do you call that? You need a serious reality check.

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Why are you even here? Just to cause trouble and argue with everyone? Don't you have anything better to do?
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I watched three quarters of the video and got sick and tired of the skewed outlook it portrayed.

First, the ban on mangana is NOT a racist decision. Any more than dog fighting, cock fighting, steer flipping and many other "sports" deemed to be cruel. I get sick and tired of people screaming racism every time they don't get their way.

Secondly, it is ridiculous to say that it is common for steeplechase races to start 14, have only four finish and have three die. I scream BS!. I have been to countless steeplchases and have not seen that. Yes, I have seen three horses die on XC (I have shown this discipline for over 40 years). Not too bad, IMO. I have also seen them die in a pasture almost as often.

Evaluna, if you feel the need to post such one-sided and nonsense videos, you might as well join PETA. They have plenty of videos for you to revel in.

I especially LOVE the part where the narrator says the horse enjoys it. Yeah, they can't love their owner but they can love being brutalized?

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Interesting, I just went back and read your other posts OP. Seems to me you are just trying to start fights when ever you post on this forum. Why would anyone come on here and post that your ways are so much better, even involving abuse and saying" its just because we have gone soft and easy on animals."
Wow, you need to quit stirring up everyone. I for one will not post to another of your threads, I think you ENJOY causing problems and just keep reposting whenever you can to make more issues. Nothing you says makes sense, nothing you say even sounds like anything more than propaganda.
Course I suppose you don't have issues with your horses because you and your kind beat, abuse, and cruelly break your animals so they are afraid to be normal. Oh yea, you also rope horses for sport and enjoy watching them fall. Tell me, do you get extra applause and points for breaking a horses neck or breaking a leg and watching them get up and run some more so they can be roped again?
He doesnt care if the horses get injured, and doesnt care if his are afraid to act normal. He's pefect in his mind, remember? And for him, I admit i've went soft and easy on my mare, but, she never bucks while riding, even after 8 months of someone not riding her. For my mare, if you treat her softly, she'll do whatever you want her too. My old triner tried hitting her with a whip because she wouldnt back into a trailer, and what did she do? You could see her brace her legs and push against him whenever he tried pushing her back. That crap done it for me, nobody, hits my horse. And guess what? She backed right in when I went up there and talked to her. People who don't know how to handle horses, or don't know how to treat them with respect shouldnt even have one.

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this is what happens when regular folks take horses as pets and create these imaginary bonds. My horses are work horses and charreada horses . Not trail horses not pets I keep in my back yard non of that.
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Regular folks? What does that make you, then?
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Wow, you need to quit stirring up everyone. I for one will not post to another of your threads, I think you ENJOY causing problems and just keep reposting whenever you can to make more issues. Nothing you says makes sense, nothing you say even sounds like anything more than propaganda.
I'm going to be a little hypocritical here and reply to say: if only everyone would quit replying to the OP.

These threads are terrible. Can't look away, must say your response, but falls on ears that never wanted anything but to toot their own and hear their own voice (or read their own text?)

And BarrelWannabe, they are clearly the King of the World. Can't you tell by the internet spew coming from them?
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most of the horses I've seen in auctions come from people who loved their horses took care of them to the point where the horse had absolutley no respect for them so they end up in auctuion . Call it what you w[will but my horses don't buck they don't rear bite kick out at people and I own stallions. Horses need to be taught to respect or else .
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this is what happens when regular folks take horses as pets and create these imaginary bonds. My horses are work horses and charreada horses . Not trail horses not pets I keep in my back yard non of that.
The bonds arent imaginary, their real. I feel bad for your horses, I can just imagine how you would treat them. You shouldnt even be allowed to keep any. If you think tripping horses and watching them fall is a sport, something is deffinantly wrong with you. Theirs something wrong with you anyway, its sad how you think your "the god of all beasts, and the best person alive". Umm, sorry, your not. Reality check, others are FAR better than you ever will be. And to me, your the equivelent to dirt for thinking all this about horses.

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