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Re: Re: Horse Savaging (LONG)
There are too many good horses out there to mess with the bad ones. He
should be put down not sold. An aquaintance of mine sold a mustang mare
thru the auction because she would kick. She didnt just kick she meant to
"get" who or whatever she kicked at. Mustangs are like mules, they hit what
they aim at. The fact that the mare was a kicker was not divulged during
the sale. The lady that sold her recieved a phone call 6 weeks later from
the man that had bought the mare. The mare had killed his 11 yr old
daughter. She had been kicked in the head. Gut wrenching, but sadly true.
Dont sell him thru the auction, please just have him put down. gesa
From: hn.heather <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com
Date: Tuesday, March 14, 2000 1:43 PM
Subject: RC: Re: Horse Savaging (LONG)
>> I feel him grab my shoulder, very narrowly missing my neck and since it
>was so cold out and was wearing lots of layers, he got only clothing. But
>the clothing he ripped clean from my back (t-shirt, sweatshirt and
>polarfleece). All I can really remember is legs and hooves impacting all
>over my body (some lovely hoofprint bruises on my back, shoulders and
>I look like a banner from Hee Haw) and my ear damn near got ripped from my
>Lots of other people have posted so I won't go on at length. What makes
>doing what we do with horses possible is that they in general respect us
>this also makes it safe.
>When this respect is completely non-existent the whole thing becomes to
>dangerous for words. Unless you or his owner can find someone prepared to
>try and untangle this horse's pscyhe then he should be put down. He is a
>liability to himself and to everyone around him. But he should be put down
>and not sent somewhere where someone unscrupulous might sell him on or
>someone well-meaning might try and "rescue" him.
>Its a sad story but life is too short to take the sort of risk you're
>in dealing with this horse. Its too late for him and it was nearly too
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