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    07-02-2012, 03:26 AM
  #81
Banned
If a horse of mine gets injured and depending on the severity of the injury I decide what to do . If they can recover and be sound and good to ride I will keep them if not give that horse away to someone that might take him in . Im not in the horseworld to love them and hug them . Its a sport and we need go horses that can run
     
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    07-02-2012, 03:53 AM
  #82
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Originally Posted by Allison Finch    
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.
THIS! This SO much! I couldn't agree more.

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Originally Posted by Allison Finch    
I'm beginning to believe Evaluna is a wannabee. He has been asked, repeatedly, to post videos to prove his skills. Put your money where your mouth is....so to speak.

So far, he has not shown anything. Living in a fantasy world, maybe?
And this!


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Originally Posted by Allison Finch    
yet, you responded...LOLOL!!

I suspect this is exactly what Evaluna wanted. A flame war IS attention, after all.
...I feel like I'm stalking Allison's posts now lol..KissTheRing, you sure wanted the thread to stop then poked at the fire..


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Originally Posted by evaluna    
i have owned horses my entire life and like I said they are well taken care of and healthy . Some horses are used for tripping so what its like me saying
'why do I get to live in this great country while people in africa starve to death' its called luck . My horses are well taken care of while others are used not just for mexican rodeo but also american rodeo . Those horses just have different luck.
Yet there are ore than a few people in the US that are HELPING those in Africa with "back luck"... Hmm.

No, you're horses don't have bad luck, they have owners that don't care.. There is a HUGE difference in a true sanctioned American rodeo. Those animals are treated better than most people.

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Originally Posted by evaluna    
a horse is only as good as what he can do for you . We onced owned a horse that was to slow to stay close to the steer in bull tailing so I gave him away . Why , because he was of no use to me if he couldnt even stay close enough to grab the steers tail simple as that . I will not feed or shelter a horse that will not work for his share . Call it cruel but that's the way life works in general . If you are not a good worker your boss will get rid of you and hire somebody that will work.
Sorry but this is a completely sifferent situation than an a human job. Humans have a choice. Horses do NOT. They depend on US to be responsible and care for them..I'm 100% positive if the "tripping" horses had a chance they would quit you're "Job", until then places like rescues and such take those horses with bad luck into their care to give them a life they actually deserve..Not to be treated like an unfortunate animal with no choice, no love, and no care..To be just treated as though they are worthless and disposable.. It's disgusting.

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Originally Posted by evaluna    
it's a sport for crying out loud .

Congreso Nacional Charro Zacatecas, Dia 9 - YouTube
That is not a sport..Period. That is cruelty and people taking advantage of an animal who deserves better.

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Originally Posted by evaluna    
charreria is considered a supreme test of man's dominance over animal.
I'm sorry but I think VERY LITTLE of a "man" who has to prove dominance over any animal. I'd rather have a man who is made of patience, caring, understand, and passion.. Not a man who has to use cruelty to force dominance over an animal such as a horse.. That, to me, says tons about that person's character.

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Originally Posted by evaluna    
and i'd pay you to let me borrow one of your horses for a special tripping session . Oh how I would love that.
There isn't enough money in the world that would buy you a ride on one of my horses...I'll sit with bsms and help reload.
     
    07-02-2012, 03:54 AM
  #83
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This OP is baffling me to no end.

My horses are working ranch horses.
Guess what? They also go on trail rides. Oh, and some of them even barrel race.
I treat them like horses, but I also have a bond with them... there's the thing called trust... if you don't know what it is, you should look it up.

I guess none of us are good enough cowboys for this Mr. Horses-Are-Disposable-And-I'm-Better-Than-Everyone.

Maybe you should stay on your ranch and be a real cowboy and get off your computer. Find attention like a real man.
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    07-02-2012, 04:02 AM
  #84
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Originally Posted by DrumRunner    
There isn't enough money in the world that would buy you a ride on one of my horses...I'll sit with bsms and help reload.
Maybe we should all get together and invest in a gattling gun?
     
    07-02-2012, 04:08 AM
  #85
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Originally Posted by QHriderKE    
Maybe we should all get together and invest in a gattling gun?
Girl, I've got us covered..multiple rifles and I'm a darn good shot with a bow.
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    07-02-2012, 04:13 AM
  #86
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Originally Posted by evaluna    
if a horse of mine gets injured and depending on the severity of the injury I decide what to do . If they can recover and be sound and good to ride I will keep them if not give that horse away to someone that might take him in .
Good, that is what responsible horse owners do. That's called caring for an animal. It is a sign of mutual respect and yes.. even some love.

Love isn't gushy mushy BS of calling your friend your bestie or your baby or whatever (though some do and that's fine) it's just about respect, trust, and care.

Glad to know you care. Thank you for answering my question :)
     
    07-02-2012, 04:51 AM
  #87
Super Moderator
As you can see, this thread is closed. There was no possibility of anything good coming out of this discussion, except another display of ugliness. Sorry, but I just can't stand it, and I think I am not alone in that opinion.
     

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