One of the most difficult elements of horse ownership is attempting to comprehend a horse’s behavior. As you spend more time with them, their conduct becomes increasingly unpredictable. Although we all have a soft spot for horses, they may be deadly and vicious. Horse people struggle to understand how hostility may result from a multitude of circumstances.
In the instance of a horse, you may be surprised to hear that it is responding violently due to a suspected illness, which you would not expect. Other complications might be caused by a lack of training. Many artists put a lot of effort on their horses in order to perform well in front of an audience, and they occasionally forget that horses need to recover. Extreme endurance can be beneficial, but it should not be permitted since it will reflect negatively on the most important thing you want to accomplish: making your audience pleased.
A Tennessee walking horse flung his rider to the ground while competing in the Amateur Specialty Gelding Class at the “Big Lick” North Carolina Championship Horse Show. This exhibition took place in the Western NC Agricultural Center in Asheville, North Carolina! Some onlookers said that the “Big Lick” Tennessee walking horse tossed his rider due to maltreatment and cruelty.
The legs and hooves of horses were not built to withstand the forced deformity that these Big Lick show horses endure throughout their forced training. No horse owner, trainer, or rider should tolerate pushing a horse to move in this unnatural and unattractive manner. Horses are being harmed by misled humans, and we must do everything we can to raise awareness.
This horse’s response was caused by his inability to withstand the pain. If other riders do not properly care for their horses, the same thing may happen to them, thus I strongly hope this clip serves as a lesson to them all.
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