Moral of story: don't do things in public you wouldn't want on youtube. Its not the OP, or any subsequent commenters fault for giving an opinion on something, whatever that opinion may be.
So no reason to get like this. In today's world, youtube and the internet is a fact of life, so don't act surprised by it.
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OK-so you are saying that EVERY MINUTE you are riding you NEVER EVER "get after" a horse for not doing something THEY KNOW correctly? Really? So any one of us could watch you ride and never find a single minute (because that is how long this video is) when you disagree with your horse? You must be perfect then, and I find that hard to believe. Makes no difference to me what discipline you ride, how experienced you are, there is are times when we are working a horse trying to get them to do a maneuver they know.....but they refuse to do that day for whatever reason. Those of you who criticize without all the info-shame on you. THis should scare ALL of us. There are way too many crazed animal rights folks out there who think that an animals life is worth more than a humans. Keep that in mind. This was "schooling" at a show. Isn't that what schooling is? Correcting the horse and getting it right?
Welcome, Ride-the Youtube comments were horrible, and what was really bad was that none could comment without approval of the poster, so none could disagree. Certainly NOT freedom of speech.