We are horse lovers here, but part of loving something is also realizing when to let go. That horse took the time to deliberately kick her in the head. That took thought and will to do so. He is dangerous and will no doubt lash out the next chance he has. She is not experienced enough to handle a horse like this and has no business owning or riding one. Around here these are the kinds of horses you find at the auctions going through the pound sale, and rightly so. It's possible for this horse to be "retrained" but it will require extensive professional training, and even then he would still be considered a risk in my book. His butt would be carted off to the next sale if it were me.
Last edited by Lockwood; 04-11-2013 at 09:05 PM.