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post #11 of 15 Old 05-13-2013, 09:19 PM
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no good horse ends up in a meat wagon.
I can't agree with this. So many horses have owners or caretakers who do not understand how to comunicate with a horse.. or are just so set in their ways that the horse does not respond correctly to them.

If he or she wants the horses and the lady is selling them to become meat, I don't see why she couldn't try and buy them from the meater.
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post #12 of 15 Old 06-12-2015, 07:45 AM
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^^^ You nailed it. Your dead set right. There is no such thing as a bad horse, a horse is what the owner created it to be. I hate it when horses are brought to a point where ignorant people label them as "dangerous, unhandable, bad, mean."
Horses mirror their owners, and people hate hearing this because they don't like being told things that threaten the way they handle horses. It challenges them. If a horse is being sent to slaughter because of these reasons, I think its lazy and irresponsible of the humans. Now I do consider cows and other animals. I actually think that if humans wish to eat animals, they have to go and kill it themselves because that's how its supposed to be. None of this factory farming crap and whatever. The reality is, people probably wont stop eating meat, but the statement that "some horses need to be sent to slaughter for reasons because they might be dangerous or not good riding stock." That is the most shallow statement ever.

Horses are not designed to be ridden, they do not need to be ridden. They have not evolve our desire to ride, they evolved for themselves. If a horse is not of good riding stock, what an atrocious thought it is to just throw them away because they are not good, because they are wastage. My horse is an ex-race RESCUE standardbred, saved from the knackery in an appalling condition. He did not make the racing cut so he was disposed of. I don't know if I will ever be able to ride him, but he is a happy and friendly horse who enjoys life in the paddock with his buddies. Just because a horse cant be ridden, doesn't mean he is useless or trash. He is a fricken animal, not a bicycle. Let him live a nice life on the grass if he cant be ridden, don't just not be bothered and throw him away. He is a living creature and he was bred to become part of a humans life.
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post #13 of 15 Old 06-12-2015, 08:53 AM
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Is there some reason you keep bumping long dead threads, MJ? You might want to look at the post dates before you drag a thread up from the depths and start opining about a situation long over with.

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post #14 of 15 Old 06-13-2015, 12:08 AM
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I dont know what a knackery is but the word makes me think of granny panties..



I agree with Speed Racer.. there is probably a good reason theyre going to slaughter.. like ive always said.. no good horse ends up in a meat wagon.


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Huh? I'd love to know why my mare (and so many others I know personally) were at the meat auction then? =/
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post #15 of 15 Old 06-13-2015, 12:09 AM
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Okay just realized this is an old bumped post. My apologies for helping bump it ...should have looked at the OP date rather than most recent replies.
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