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post #31 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:01 AM
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honestley i think the horse needs to be taken and rehomed for the horses sake.
and i dont mean to be harsh or blunt but this looks like abuse towards the horse.
May I ask which part is abuse?
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post #32 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:06 AM
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worming

worming plastering your horse if you have read all the strings and the mind boggles to whats going on here.
pepole need help for genuine reasons.
but to what amounts here this is her i beleave 2nd 3rd horse.
so something is going on here i would like to point that out.
so from my point of vew lookin at the posts on whats going on have a deep thought to your self.
CASE CLOSED.
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post #33 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:12 AM
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worming plastering your horse if you have read all the strings and the mind boggles to whats going on here.
pepole need help for genuine reasons.
but to what amounts here this is her i beleave 2nd 3rd horse.
so something is going on here i would like to point that out.
so from my point of vew lookin at the posts on whats going on have a deep thought to your self.
CASE CLOSED.
Sounds like inexperience not abuse?
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post #34 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:15 AM
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Some years ago I happened to visit a friend at the same time the vet was there to give her horse his shots and wormer as friend couldn't get it in his mouth.

The horse was a gypsy cob, thick set and thick in the head.

It was farcical, the horse was throwing both women around as if they were bits of paper.

I offered to give a hand me the female vet said that she could manage.

Twenty minutes later, lots of bruises doled out as the horse smashed into them, no injections or wormer given, they couldn't get a twitch on him either.
The vet said she would be back the next day with help.

As she came out the stable so I walked in. The horse went to barge me so got a good whack with the rope across his chest. I picked up his blanket, threw it over his head so he couldn't see, turned him hard and fast in a couple of circles, told the vet to come in and give the injections and once they were done I administered the wormer with no problem at all.

If they cannot see they don't want to move and although I agree they should be taught to accept, sometimes playing artful, especially if you are on your own and don't know a lot works.

It is far safer than trying to keep their head still by tying hard.
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post #35 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:21 AM
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I agree that this is inexperience and frustration, not necessarily abuse, but everyone has different opinions on that.

OP...You can keep slapping and pulling and pushing or whatever, but at the end of the day you are NEVER going to be able to manhandle this horse. And in doing that you will never get your point across. The horse will ALWAYS win in a slap fest and it sounds like she has every time. And you are setting yourself up for a major accident to you or the horse. She needs some major lessons in manners (respect) and I don't think you have the knowledge yet to safely work with her... and there is nothing wrong with that. But you DO need someone knowledgeable to help you with her or send her on down the road to someone who can work with this horse.
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post #36 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:22 AM
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ok look at the op posts.

there is no gidance eather perental or no one with equine knolage at all.
op wants to runaway with horse leave horse to fend for its self ect.
disaster there being run over on the highway possable big law suits ect advice given there.
why is this child not being supervised around this horse.
concussions falling off.
hospitals doctors.
i want to get to the bottom of this i probley wont but op posts help.
ss trusty rusty keeps sending out sos help but does not head advice sent by the greater good of all in the horse forum.
we try and try.
so inthe end something is going to give you can wall paper over the cracks untill the other part of the house fall away.
im just a person that can see something comeing from a far.
a disaster i have never ritten like this before i fear for the horse.
i have a hart and its in the right place.
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post #37 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:27 AM
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there is no gidance eather perental or no one with equine knolage at all.
op wants to runaway with horse leave horse to fend for its self ect.
disaster there being run over on the highway possable big law suits ect advice given there.
why is this child not being supervised around this horse.
concussions falling off.
hospitals doctors.
i want to get to the bottom of this i probley wont but op posts help.
ss trusty rusty keeps sending out sos help but does not head advice sent by the greater good of all in the horse forum.
we try and try.
so inthe end something is going to give you can wall paper over the cracks untill the other part of the house fall away.
im just a person that can see something comeing from a far.
a disaster i have never ritten like this before i fear for the horse.
i have a hart and its in the right place.
I understand what you are saying but maybe explain that first before crying abuse.

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post #38 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:30 AM Thread Starter
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I will not smack her. I saw a lady d this a few years back who was helping me handling the gelding I used to own. Normally I hardly ever smack my horse. This is like the first time. Only other time I've smacked her is when she was in the wrong. Like rearing while I was on her back because she didn't wanna leave home. She sure quit rearing after that and haven't had to smack her since.
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post #39 of 71 Old 10-07-2015, 08:31 AM
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abuse.

ok look out for the next epesode.
i leave it there.
no more comments.
ok.
youll see.
thats all i can say.
and have a good day.

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Ok so don't tie down her head and no smacking got this. I was always told never ever let a horse run over top of u and bully u around. Put them in their place. But apparently this lady's advice was bad advice. So, I'll try again tomorrow more calmly, confidentiality and calm. After this I'm gonna use Clinton Anderson method on her earning respect.
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