More Examples Of Why The Horse World Keeps Making More Horse A-Busers

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Salutare iubitori ai cailor, of cat urasc sa fac astfel de videouri La naiba, ii invata pe copii cum sa-si bata joc de cai Si deobicei sunt femeile care fac astfel de lucruri. Asa este, am spuso si acum puteti sa incepeti sa va plangeti. “intotdeauna te legi de femei” Mai taceti din gura! Am obosit deja de toate mizeriile astea Cu siguranta acest cal nu se simte bine, urechile lasate pe spate, da din coada, lovit cu picioarele la fiecare pas Saraca fetita, trage de darlogi la fiecare pas. Are fier in gura. He’s got a full paint… dar Rick, fetita are casca in cap Are si vesta pe ea, si, si, stii tu, aici e voba de sarituri, iar caii ibesc la nebunie sa sara. “Pe naiba, esti un idiot!” La naiba, daca eu as fi fost un cal…, cui i-ar place sa alerge in cercuri fara sens si apoi sa sara si sa-si distruga picioarele???? De ce nu incerci sa alergi intr-un cerc … si apoi sa sari. Daca va uitati la olimpiada, oamenii care se intrec si sar peste obstacole Sar peste 8 sau 10 obstacole si apoi au terminat. Vii puteti imagina alergand in cerc si sarind de 8 sau 10 ori? sarind la fiecare 20 sau 30 de pasi in mod continuu, cat de rau ar fi pentru picioarele si genunchii si articulatiile lor. Va imaginati cate presiune inseamna asta? ” Nu Rick, calului meu ii place sa sara”. Problema mea cea mai mare este ca aceasta biata fetita este programata si invatata cum sa creasca si sa devina o “vrajitoare de grajd”crezand ca asa este corect crezand ca pentru asta este nevoie de talent, crezand ca asta este ceva foarte greu si dificil si pentru asta oamenii stau in tribune si o aplauda spunandu-i ca face o treba minunata! Uauuu Hai sa va uitati si voi… Tine-i fata sus! Stiti ce inseamna asta? Inseamna sa puna mai multa presiune si mai multa durere in gura calului! Cu zabala metalica, fortand calul sa-si tina capul sus Nu conteaza ca, calul a obosit, nu conteaza ca alearga in cercuri fara sens si isi tine capul ca o contragreutate sau ca nu poate sa-si relaxeze gaul pentru o clipa pentru ca e obosit sa-l tina tot timpul ridicat in sus pentru ca e obosit de durerea care il obliga sa-l tina in sus. “Nu”, “nu Rick ” Calului meu ii place sa sara! Ooh, dar ce fundita roz minunata are fata! What’s? Hai sa mai vedem din video… Coada calului, urechile calului, cercuri fara sens, calul nu se distreaza, are urechicle ciulite Ia priviti cati oameni sunt aici, toti incantati si incurajand fata, deoarece isi “dau” seama ca este vorba de un sport atat de greu un sport care cere mult talent, talent ca sa lovesti un cal ca sa alerge in cercuri…. Ia priviti cata lume uitati-va la ei Stand cu cainii lor.. Ooh, dar ce frumos este Majoritatea pe care ii vedeti, sunt din familiile copiilor pe care vin sa-i priveasca Asta NU e sport, asta e: cum sa inveti un copil sa chinuie un cal! Sa inveti un copil faptul ca, calul a gresit si e nevoie sa-l lovesti si sa-l biciui pentru asta, si apoi sa-l tragi de gura si sa-l lovesti Asta este tot ceea ce aceasta asa zisa “antrenoare” ii spune copilului: “Loveste-l” “Trage-i fata in sus”, “trage-l spre dreapta”, “Trage-i capul in sus”, “loveste-l” , “da in el” Asta este ceea ce acest copil invata, dar… Rick, sariturile cu calul sunt ata de distractive si de minunate. Sunt pe naiba! sunt cercuri fara rost.. De asta aveti nevoie de casti cand calariti caii! Calul e obosit deja de atatea sarituri S-a obosit si il dor picioarele si articulatiile. Caii NU sunt facuti sa sara la nesfarsit.. Dar sar in salbaticie Da, sar in salbaticie, atunci cand este nevoie, dar nu sunt facuti sa alerge in cercuri la nesfarsit carand pe cineva in spate si care sa aiba o cravasa.. lovindu-i, tragandu-i de fata cu darlogii. Priviti, urechile ciulite, coada activa Rick, calului meu ii place sa sara! Ok, esti un bou! Iata, marele sfat de la antrenoare: pune-o in fata si loveste-o Uauu Ce invata acest copil?? Caii sunt prosti, iar eu trebuie sa le arat cine-i seful!!! Trebuie sa trag tare de zabala in gura lor, in felul acesta voi aveamainile moi Rick, dar am mainile moi, de aceea zabala metalica nu-i provoaca durere… e din cauza mainilor.. Trebuie sa-i ridic capul sus si sa-l lovesc la fiecare pas pe care il face si acum am sa-l pun in fata obstacolului si am sa-l biciui, si asta o sa-l faca sa-l placa. Rick, doar stii, calului meu ii place sa sara. Ii place atat de mult Trebuie sa-l duc la obstacol si sa-l lovesc, atat de mult ii place Si aceasta biata fata nu stii altceva, pentru ca este invatata de catre idioti sa devina o idioata Si o sa creasca crezand ca asta este corect. Ca atunci cand calul are urechile ciulite, acesta se distreaza Capul calului trebuie sa fie ridicat atunci cand trag de dirlogi, pentru ca asa mi-a spus antrenoarea si mai trebuie sa-l si lovesc cu cravasa atunci cand nu vrea sa faca ceva ce-i produce durere in loc sa se gandeasca ca poate exista un alt motiv pentru care calul nu vrea sa sara De ce caii nu vor niciodata sa sara, daca le place atat de mult? Sunt mii de video-uri pe net caii nu vor sa sara Asteptati scuzele si cititi comentariile. Sunt o gramada care vor sari in sus Ia priviti inca o data multimea. Uaoo, ce buna e fetita uaoou Acum invata, i-a priviti pe antrenoarea aceea experta.De aceea platim o gramada de bani, ca sa-i spuna copilului sa bata un cal care nu poate sa riposteze Iar intr-o buna zi, cand calul o sa o dea peste cap si o sa cada si poate o sa moara, atunci toata vina o va avea calul!!!! Nu va fi niciodata antrenoarea stupida care a invatat-o cum sa chinuie calul si ca este ok sa-l loveasca E ok sa sa lovesti un animal care nu va riposta. Da, asta e o lectie foarte buna! E un sport minunat, invatand fetele o adevarata lectie asa vor creste mari… uaouu si iata cum multimea ovationeaza si stau bine mersi si si beau si mananca pe scaunelel lor cautand un pretext sa iasa la aer si sa poata spune ca isi invata copiii lucruri bune! Chiar asa? Nici unul dintre voie nu-i in stare sa vada ca asta este cum sa inveti un copil sa chinuie un cal?? Chiar asa? Nimeni nu observa ca nu este ok sa lovesti un animal ca sa se supuna? Ca nu e ok sa folosesti o bucata de metal ca sa tragi de ea ca sa provoace durere, sa-l lovesti si sa-l impungi pe un cal ca sa sara peste obstacole pe care evident nu vrea sa le sara, ca il doare si spune asta miscandu-si in permanenta coada si ciulind urechile????? Dar Rick, asta e minunat! Acest copil invata cum sa fie o adevarata vrajitoare de grajd! Uouu, e atata distractie. Pot sa va spun Pot sa va spun ca, calul este in al 9-lea cer acum Ia uitati-va la bucuria acestui cal. Uitati-va cat se distreaza Capul ii este obligat cu zabala sa stea in sus, e impuns, e biciuit Cat pe aici sa cada peste saritura din cauza oboselii. De abia isi mai tine echilibrul atunci cand aterizeaza pe picoarele din fata. Dar se distreaza la maxim, Rick. Habar nu ai nimic despre sarituri, Rick! Trege de stanga Trage de stanga! Trage de staaaanga! Da Rick, sa tragi de gura calului nu-l doare deloc Ii pun o bucata de metal in gura calului, astfel incat, cand antrenoarea imi spune sa trag de ea, sa pot trage, dar stai linistit ca am mainile moi Toata lumea imi spune asta, sa folosesc darlogul doar ca un ajutor, deci nu il doare pe cal, Rick Cand aterizez si ma izbesc de spatele calului, iar calul aterizeaza pe picioarele din fata si se loveste de pamant, asta-i place calului, Rick Asta-i distractia adevarata! Chiar asa? De cate ori a sarit calul deja pana acum? Cate cercuri a facut alergand? De cate ori a fost lovit, impuns, impiedecat pentru ca e deja asa de obosit… Calului astuia ii place sa sara, Rick Ne iubeste atat de mult… In realitate incearca sa ne spuna ca nu mai vrea sa faca asta deoarece il doare! E dureros! Nu e deloc distractiv! E incapatanat si e nevoie sa-i spunen cine este seful! si e nevoie sa fie biciuit mai mult, caci asta il va vface sa fie un cal mai bun. Incredibil, cata ignoranta exista in aceasta lume…. Loveste-l, Da, Loveste-l din nou Da, loveste-l din nou Asta il va ajuta! Urechile ciulite, coada care se misca, gura in sus, ochi larg deschisi… Nu te uita la aste Rick, uita-te la aceasta fetita mica si draguta, cu fundite roz. De ce te legi de ea, doar poarta casca pe cap Da, hai sa nu ne uitam prin ce trebuie sa treaca calul pentru ca niste idioti sa vada doar ceea ce vor sa vada. Ei vor sa vada o fetita draguta, in roz, cu casaca si vesta pe ea si vor sa ignore durerea si abuzul vis a vis de cal, bataia si cum un copil invata sa-si bata calul si sa faca ceva care produce durere sau care calul nu vrea sa faca. Si toate acestea in numele unei fundite roz! Ok, cred ca a fost batut deja destul acest cal. O sa inchei aici….

 

100 Responses

  1. Loulou Tracy

    May 9, 2018 9:02 am

    This video is the most stupid video in the world Horses love jumping , racing and xcountry so come back to me when you understand horses

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  2. Fuzzybudget

    May 20, 2018 9:10 pm

    I knew of one horse that loved to jump – it would jump all kinds of fences when he was out to pasture. Natural born jumper – but I think those are rare.

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  3. Heather L. Accorti

    May 26, 2018 10:47 pm

    I feel like riding lessons are more about riding commands (which part of it should be) than understanding the horse and using horsemanship

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  4. Abigail Eaglefire

    June 6, 2018 7:33 pm

    I hardly ever use a bit, but when I do, I give the horse loose rein so he can do whatever he wants with his head and doesn’t have to feel the pain of a metal bit being pulled into his mouth farther

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  5. Zoe Mosimann

    June 15, 2018 3:09 am

    I compete in show jumping and I don’t use bits because of how many nerves you are pushing the bit against in the horses face… I use an English hackamore which causes no pain to the horse(if you know how to use it properly) and I prefer not using crops while competing… a lot of horses are bred to jump and some do enjoy it but there are others like this horse shown here whose ears are always back or their tail is swishing, some trainers just prefer to teach their students that if you’re going to be the one in control then you should always be showing pain to the horse but while I was growing up my mother(she used to be a competitive horse rider as well) showed me that you have to listen to the horse and if the horse rejects the object you’re approaching at first show them that it’s ok to be scared of it and that it’s not going to hurt them and then try again…. we never used our hands while showing, we never pulled on the horses mouth nor did we kick we always used our calves and applied slight pressure towards the middle of their ribs so that they were in no pain while riding.

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  6. Your Jiggly Wiggly Thigh

    June 17, 2018 6:58 am

    I’m been trained not to use a crop or whip and only use body language. I am also trained to be very gentle on the reins. I also try my best to stay off the horse when it is jumping. When my lesson horse is not acting the best, he gets many walk breaks and times to calm when he starts to get a bit antsy… also to have my horses head a bit higher when his head is lowering and he is causing me to pull since my arms can’t go down, a very gentle nudge in the side usually gets his head back to when I can have contact and be able to have my reins the right length for the gait and not fall over when trying to pull/ he usually tells me when I’m pulling too hard by rooting on me, refusing to do things, and things. My trainer tells me to soften my hand when this happens and that my reins are a bit too short. Also, I personally think bitless isn’t the best for horses. And witht the wrong people, it is true, bits can be terrible too. My lesson horse does fine with a bit and his tack, he doesn’t show any pain, and listens well to my directing of leg and a tiny bit of rein. I’ve also been taught to when changing gaits, such as posting trot to the walk, is to sit and not pull as much on the reins as most eventers would do. It works effectively. Just sit when you want to go slower… slight “woah”, and the lightest lengthen and slow small pull of rein. I can tell the way the girl is, she isn’t ready. She’s using the reins for balance at times and she’s a bit bouncy, but for me I usually use my core and body for balance. I’ve been trained with tack and without to use core to hold myself up.

    Anything wrong with this? Tell me and if it’s an misunderstandment I’ll tell you :>

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  7. Phoebe Brooks

    June 19, 2018 8:28 pm

    The horse is a partner and your hands are not to control the horse but feel it's emotions.

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  8. Selkiemoon

    July 2, 2018 4:59 am

    Just the sounds of that whip hurts me. Never have I layed a hand on any of my or other's horses. I do have a jumper but I jump rarely now. We mostly go up to the mountains and do walking trail rides. I don't even use a metal bit. Bit-less bridles are the way to go for me. I feel so sorry for that pony, and I hope that girl grown up to learn better.

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  9. whisperingmists

    July 21, 2018 2:48 am

    Rick, it's even worse than you make it sound. Kids instinctively know that the horses don't like this, and with any observation it's obvious. Kids who question what they're told are scolded and shot down and redirected. I lost a lot of confidence when I was made to feel like an idiot for not wanting to use pain to "motivate" a horse, and ultimately I stopped riding altogether because of the barn witches in charge when I was little.

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  10. Grimm Drawings

    July 22, 2018 3:08 am

    Even though I do jump, I agree with you %100. The horse is refusing because it hurts him, his mouth is being torn apart, he is being kicked and smacked with a crop, and he’s tired and and in pain. I don’t often do long jumping sections, usually 30 minute jumping sections (includes about 5-10 minutes of warming up the horse) and I use a hackamore, and I don’t use crops or spurs when riding. If I didn’t find Rick’s channel, I’d still be jumping my horse for an hour a day, with a crop and bit. I’ve learned how bad it can be, but I love to jump, but I also try to at least make my horse as comfortable as possible.

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  11. raphaelle thomas

    August 3, 2018 4:21 am

    Listen to the horse breathing when he pass in front of the camera at 7:34, typical of a horse under to much strain, the completly open nostrils are another cue of this horse suffering.

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  12. Hey It's Kay

    August 13, 2018 12:31 pm

    You bring up many valid points. I hate people using whips and spurs. My horse has a soft bit and I try to encourage her to lift her head up without kicking her or yanking on her head. Horses should be respected for the beautiful creatures they are. Trainers think that pulling the horses head just makes them look pretty but you have to encourage them to lift their back so they aren’t in pain. The sooner people realise that the horse has feelings the better.

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  13. Louveteaux 12

    August 17, 2018 2:54 am

    When a horse listen you,you dont have to pull in this mouth,you can ride it with 1 hand and your voice replace the kick. In the competition,the horse are restrained to have some inconfortable pisotion because he want to are beautiful for the human seeing

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  14. Arabella Gingell

    August 17, 2018 10:54 pm

    The horse is cantering round and and he's like" it's falling, it's so tired". It is very noticeable when a horse is tired. It will be sweating and not wanting to go at all. If the horse doesn't want to go, it won't . The girl isn't strong enough to make it keep going. A horse doesn't always have to be having the best time of its life all the time when it's ridden. The girl is going to kick it around the arena for 3 minutes and then it'll come out, have a drink ,get washed down, eat a haynet and go back to grass for the rest of the day. Humans don't even get it off that good.

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  15. October Jubilee

    August 21, 2018 12:43 pm

    Agreed. I hate to see horse abuse, yes it is ignorance. Too nice of a horse to be treated so brutally.

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  16. Welmoed Dijkstra

    August 21, 2018 6:10 pm

    Ill jump with my horse but i jump for Fun and my horse likes is and i jump maybe 1 a week zo it stays nice.

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  17. Lærke Nielsen

    September 4, 2018 1:23 pm

    I was way worse than that girl! I rode a horse for about a month, my instructor at that time told me that when she began to run I just had to pull as hard as I could left right left right🤦🏼‍♀️ the horse ended up throwing me off several times each lesson (I wonder why) me and my mom knew nothing about horses so we just did as told:( I also got spurs after riding only a year😳 I felt bad for doing all of these things but I just thought my instructor knew what she was doing😶 I moved barns a couple of years later and at my new barn I actually learned how to ride and handle horses…

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  18. JT

    September 12, 2018 8:05 pm

    Logic says hitting an animal continually before a jump…reinforces that Jump=Hitting…
    Yeah that'll probably develope into a horse that wants to jump…

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  19. SeaARMY AnimalNerd

    October 4, 2018 12:12 am

    I think it's so sad that a horse will jump even if it's not forced to, like feces and stuff like that. Because 99% the horse will be locked up because it keeps escaping. It's not naturel for a horse to jump that's learned behavior. Animals will do things over and over because it's a habit,bord it's sociological its mental.not good. A horse and many animals will rock,pace or hurt them selves that's a learned behavior to help them cope. If you, do or teach any animal one big thing for years that's what they will keep on doing. You could teach a dog to never look at you, you could teach them how to fight, or hurt them selves. Sun bears in India are talt to beg for money and food even when rescued they will continue that behavior for years. Just because they do it doesnt mean they like it it's a learned behavior. I'm fine with jumping but that should not be it's life. It needs to be a horse with other horses not locked up in a cage waiting for when it's convenient for you.

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  20. Raiinchillz

    October 25, 2018 3:46 pm

    Frankly, I think the little girl looks terrified. Someone is making her do this, and she looks miserable.

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  21. Freddie MerkYaKnees

    October 28, 2018 6:39 am

    you say " you try running around a track and jump " well I do that everyday. ( not saying horses love it ) I need to run around for about 30 mins and jump 12 jumps. and no that's called " Totally normal Baseball training by a wired trainer " yes and I love it.

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  22. Freddie MerkYaKnees

    October 28, 2018 6:39 am

    One day I was curios. so I went to ponyia and I decided to chose what breed I was. I wanted to know the real pain race horses, jumping horses and barrel horses go through to bitless. so I when to ponyia and I said. racehorse. ( if you gonna tease gtfoh ) I put the human bridle on and the race bit in my mouth. fuck the bottom part of a race bit fucking hurts man I gotta say. so. I was whipped and pulled to run a mile. ( I play baseball so I was pretty up to it ) now. I gotta say IT FUCKING HURT BOI. idk what bit that was but fuck. he kept pulling and I was weighed down. the whips were making my I guess you could say " hind quarters " totally numb. next was the jumping horse. again. pull pulling but this time. the bitch stabbed me with her heels so much I felt like she would of broke them. next. barrel. I was running up to the barrel then he pulls so fucking hard my mouth was nearly bleeding and he stabbed me with SPURS. the spurs were worse than a crop. I was " trained " to " lunge " I was freaked out that he was gonna hit me xD I was like freaking so bad like AAAH DON'T DON'T HIT ME BITCH I … then he hits me with it and It felt like 1'00000 wasps came and stung my ass. fuck. it was a lunging whip brodeh. and if I was really a horse with all of these. I would bite and kick. then I would get shot. Then….the bitless came along and the halters. bitless bridles kinda hurt my nose but that cause I am a human XD and it was making my brain juice fly everywhere and give me head aces with the instant sharp turns of the head. owwww. I got dizzy with those sharp turns. the halter was the same but slacked a lot. and the bosal was just wired and uncomfortable.

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  23. Maddie Pohl

    October 29, 2018 3:17 am

    Everyone who is against jumping, stop because some people use hackamores. AlSO if some horses don’t like to jump THEN THEY WONT JUMP IT. A lot of horses never refuse a jump. Not because they are abused and scared. It’s because some people teach their horse the right way and they actually don’t mind to jump. In this video you are REALLY insulting the whole equestrian community. THERE ARE WORSE THINGS GOING ON IN THIS WORLD WITH HORSES. In conclusion NOT EVERYBODY TREATS THEIR HORSE LIKE CRAP. SOME OF ACTUALLY LOVE OUR HORSES.

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  24. Reeflionfish

    October 31, 2018 10:33 pm

    ok so all you beautiful people who think their horses love to jump, next time try to go bit less without any weird spurs or whips just you and the horse do not pull kick or what is always done in jumping cut the way out by the reins. Just simply go as usual and try to jump.

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  25. william keil

    November 14, 2018 12:15 am

    Yes that's true, if horse's loved jumping they would jump out of a round pen easily. English circuit totally cruel. But they don't care that they beat the hell out of the horse, as long as they get that ribbon. Very cruel people

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  26. RosieRo

    November 16, 2018 4:27 pm

    I hate when people push-button their horses, thinking they are like machines rather than dependable, loyal animals with actual feelings. This video was disappointing to watch, she should have treated the horse with more respect. I know some horses love to jump, and will do anything asked of them just to please their owners, but the horse in this video just seems very annoyed and unhappy. I feel like the horse would be more willing if it were treated more kindly. Also, that girl has her reins WAY too tight, like damn. This is why I ride bitless with my horses, can't stand them nasty things.

    By the way, Rick, I really like your videos, I have learned a lot from them. 🙂

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  27. Desiree2401

    November 27, 2018 6:12 pm

    Horse could be carving "bloody murder" in the arena footing, the idiot riding him would be too blind to see it.

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  28. The Giggly Child

    December 3, 2018 6:47 pm

    I wonder what Rick's opinion on trick riding is… I just discovered it myself and I don't have an opinion so far. Other than this one show I saw, they had explosives going off behind the horse, and the girl was standing on the horse holding a flag that streamed fire out of it, like fire crackers kind of fire. I really didn't like the look of that, cantering in circles having things explode behind them. Smh

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  29. senka2578

    December 5, 2018 7:10 pm

    I would like to see the horse be able to hold its head in a natural position. This horse is not happy.

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  30. Savannah Butler

    December 9, 2018 9:11 pm

    If u have to beat an animal while handling or doing activities together theirs something wrong!!!

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  31. Hank Montgomery

    December 22, 2018 5:47 am

    I used to like jumping, dressage, rodeo, what not, till I found the Mr T and Buddy Show featuring side show Rick,,, side show Rick really explains horse's and herd behavior very well,,,, Mr T and Buddy you're good boys thanks for the videos…

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  32. Lil gucci equiestrian Gurl

    December 28, 2018 4:58 am

    My lesson horses are ok, only the young horses have bits the jumps are small, and every rider is CONSTANTLY reminded to relax their reins and they aren’t allowed to have whips!

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  33. Eyota Chenoa

    December 31, 2018 3:42 am

    I never cared for dressage. Riding western was my way. Your more free to walk, run & play. I walked around with my horse more then riding. He was so fun. A clown, even with my husband. I was relaxed on him & rarely rode in the ring. He could jump his height which was 18 hands & I jumped a 2' post only once, he never challenged me, either, I didn't like it. Horses only jump in the open field or wild when they have to.
    You can tell this horse drops his head after every jump. It's hurting him. Too much of what's 'proper' to the eyes of the audience. Too stiff. No spurs, no whip, more fun.
    Sorry, not my thing. Both should enjoy being together.
    And, I wore a cowboy hat & boots. Never got hurt.

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  34. Dream To Be Free

    January 24, 2019 12:17 am

    The one thing I completely disagree with as well as the fact that she is beating this horse is that that poor horse has 0 support on its legs no open fronts or polos or boots or anything you can tell that horses legs are in so much pain.

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  35. Charlotte Jesse

    February 1, 2019 7:09 am

    I must be an idiot because I put a metal bit in my horses mouth and jump him, and you know what, he does just fine.

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  36. peter drury

    February 11, 2019 5:26 pm

    I'm pretty sure horses experience adrenaline. Like paratroopers have awful knees later on in life because the forces on the knee and ankle joints are pretty extreme. And the paratrooper doesn't notice this pain until he's back in normal life.

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  37. Pony Mayhem

    February 18, 2019 11:07 pm

    I really don't understand the people who ride horses just for competitions, especially jumping competitions. I would rather go for a nice trail ride, in a nice western saddle that holds your weight normally and doesn't make you lean forward and hurt your horse. I did a lesson barn competition and it was horrible. I would rather just pack a lunch and go out to the woods where my horses face isn't tied down or pulled back, where she isn't in pain, and we can sit toghether and just relax.

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  38. Kaelen Allen

    February 20, 2019 3:32 am

    I grew up jumping….. 🙁 I’m so sorry for the horse I made jump as high as we did. She deserved so much better… now I get friends I take riding asking me if I teach my horses to lower their head and be in a frame and it’s like wow people don’t think horses know how to carry themselves…. the unnatural is normal and natural is abnormal now.. how sad… all I can do I make sure any horse I touch never has to go through that!!

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  39. Spotgig

    March 20, 2019 5:48 pm

    Like with any discipline, there's always a group of stupid people that do stupid things. Just the other day, I saw a horse get whipped so many times because he was refusing. It was at the end of their lesson and he was panting and clearly tired. I completely disagree with that.
    But, keep faith, Rick. There are some decent people out there in most disciplines. I stopped training years ago in hunter/jumper because I disagreed with many of the concepts, from harsh bits to always carrying a crop, to spurs, etc. I know ride on my own. I never use a crop or spurs. I do use a snaffle, however, but ride my mare on a looser rein because it's not necessary, and I use my seat muscles to half halt. And we go over maybe 8 crossrails in a whole ride; NEVER to the point that poor horse in the video was. He was clearly exhausted. And because we ride this way, I never get refusals, never have to do anything rough to my horse. She's always willing, ears perked up, head /neck relaxed.
    I think more of the message has to be how to do these disciplines the RIGHT way, and getting away from old, outdated trends. And that's for any discipline, from barrel racing to jumpers. Because they all have their negatives that are terrible. But, these disciplines will never go away. It just is what it is. So, I think a good message is to show BETTER ways of doing certain things, and spreading education. For example, it'd be neat to see more videos on how much is too much when jumping (so more riders can get a clue and knowledge), or how horsemanship is important and how it translates to the show ring, or how to train horses to be able to jump in a halter safely, etc. I've seen many people in the horse world criticize certain things, but don't always teach instead the better method to accomplish the same thing. Just my two cents. Anyway, love most of your videos, I listen to them all day at work. You crack me up sometimes! And it doesn't hurt I get to learn a thing or two.

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  40. Ashleigh Adams

    April 3, 2019 10:46 pm

    I don't understand the stupidity of people. Can't you see how tired this horse is, just by watching how slow he is running and how he keeps trying to put his head down?

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  41. Peace Love Spiritual

    April 6, 2019 10:58 pm

    I never done jumping or dressage cause I just don’t care for it and it doesn’t seem fun to me, I like going on a nice hour trail ride and have an outdoor launch and let my horse rest I even walk beside for a while so I’m not just sitting on him all the time

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  42. L KT

    April 12, 2019 2:49 pm

    wtf that horse wasnt tired XD just a distance miscount so the horse could not jump right…. and if the person on the horse isnt sure about what she does the wont be either… i ride often a horse o my school thats even jumping with no person on it XD learn horse language(body)…. and btw we give children who make faults at their exams a bad grade to arent we??? you can ride a very good trained horse without saddle,bit, spurs and whip so shut up please….. and yeah there are ppl who abuse them but its not meant for…. i personally dont like too use a whip so most times i try without it asking the to do the right thing

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  43. Simply Equine

    April 18, 2019 8:18 pm

    Me and my friend were riding and we were just walking and the horse I was riding stepped over the cross rails when he could have easily just going around it I've also done liberty with jumps with a pony at my barn and she chose to jump them with me

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  44. Simply Equine

    April 19, 2019 3:23 am

    😂😂😂"Bouncing on her Back"😂😂😂 the whole purpose of two point is to take your weight off of the horses back and give them more freedom and movement over the jump

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  45. Grillidan

    April 23, 2019 5:59 pm

    a friend of mine goes on hunting trips without a bridle or bit in the first place. the horse enjoys it and does just as well as all the others.
    My horse doesn´t need a bit either. he is perfectly fine without, but we both hate jumping.

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  46. tracy nolan

    May 1, 2019 4:12 pm

    The other thing most people don't get is that these poor horses are broke long before they're joints are ready. They're broke around 2 years of age. The joints don't fully mature until they're 4 or 5. That's another reason most Race horses and Jumpers break down.

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  47. Tasja Boes

    May 7, 2019 10:26 am

    Yep, Idiot! But the riding teacher!!!! The girl dont know better 😔,the First Thing ich learned in riding was : use your back,sit in the saddle!! And dont put feet in stomach and hit him?? Hallo??? First thing she should learn : use ur back and look where u want to go,thats it

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  48. Equine Nicole

    May 31, 2019 9:16 pm

    As a Jumper, it physically hurts me to see this. To see people believe that were abusers. What has the world come to.

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  49. Moshe Obadiyah Israel

    June 12, 2019 8:23 pm

    I’m sure the horse nor the little girl wanted to be out there doing that. I’m sure no one asked them right. LOL. You can tell the girl and a horse don’t want to be out there

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  50. imlikeforeverxD

    June 24, 2019 10:13 pm

    noo rick, horses ears back means that it's paying attention to the rider she's doing such a great job.. that's a perfect trainer right there, totally taught that horse to listen to that little girl! 😮 (just to be absolutely clear, i'm kidding)

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  51. Farid Kawasmi

    July 3, 2019 3:43 pm

    I’m not defending this but to me horse riding like this super fun I know the horse dosnt like it

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  52. Aimee Balfour

    July 6, 2019 1:54 am

    If the bit causes sooooo much pain then what do you recommend equestrians should ride in? I would love to hear a suggestion from someone who clearly DOESNT KNOW WHAT THIER TALKING ABOUT! 🙂

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  53. Jennifer Neumann

    July 11, 2019 7:21 pm

    Wow Rick wow came over here from think like a cop just to see what it's about stumbled into this one video I'm at Absolute all over it it is crazy I have to agree with you I'd call that horse abuse to unreal good job Rick

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  54. Helen Hines

    July 27, 2019 1:46 pm

    As a child who trained as a hunter jumper, I completely agree with you. We were taught "PULL HIS HEAD UP" and "use your crop", "smack pokey harder, wake em up"… I hate to admit this but this became normal for me. I never thought it was causing the horse that much discomfort bc that's what my instructors were telling me. "You're 80 pounds, he's over 1000, you need to use tack and force to tell him what to do". It's like the horse wasn't allowed to have limits. Horses have such patience or they've just given up. It's hard to find ppl like you in the horse world. I would like to introduce my kids to equestrian. I'm going to enroll my special needs son into therapeutic riding. I will keep my eyes out for instructors who think inflicting pain is good form and take our business elsewhere. Unfortunately this is the norm in equestrian.

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  55. Lydia Gould

    August 22, 2019 9:30 pm

    Very sad ,and angry to see this poor horse. Obviously not enjoying it. Sadly the horse will probably eventually refuse to go into the jumping arena, and will be beat, then sold, and maybe sent for slaughter, as unrideable. The adults teaching her are at fault, not the little girl. Wonering what those black bands around her knees are for? Is it to keep her leg in place.? No way to learn to ride, and learn to develop balance. Another idiotic piece of kit .

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  56. Mias Schleich story

    August 28, 2019 10:59 pm

    My instructor always yanked on my horses bit.. TRYING to teach me that It doesn't hurt.. well at least I was the smart one 💞💞

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  57. Bethany xInsaneWarriorx

    September 10, 2019 10:09 pm

    I find it funny when he says anything women about women Because most of is true some a little over done but he hits it on the nose pretty well. XD I actually dont like riding I prefer to groom, lead, play and ect. with a horse. They are like giant dogs to me.

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  58. andreas fetzer

    September 29, 2019 4:01 am

    Hello Rick,
    I wish, we would have somebody like you here in Germany . I am shure, some Germans dont unterstand englisch. Hopefully you never get tired of making videos like this one. God bless you !

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  59. Keith Taylor

    September 29, 2019 10:38 pm

    Hey Rick I'm sure you agree with me that horse jumping and horse racing is very abusive on a horse. Racing horses usually end up lame 3 to 4 years old. it's so sad to see this kind of abuse on animals as beautiful as horse

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  60. cookie_animaljamgamer:3

    October 19, 2019 5:29 pm

    Notice how people get crushed and they still don’t have a whip and horses were made to trial ride and if they went out wild they would be eaten by predators so what else could we use them for? And your not any good advice for anybody except for idiots.And if the horse got hurt and bits can out of its mouth he would’ve reared or bucked so please keep your own opinion to yourself and don’t judge others.

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  61. PoniesAteMyPencils

    November 15, 2019 11:06 am

    I know this is an old video but I so agree with you on this!! I am not a fan of showjumping either, horses aren't really made to run around in circles and jump huge fences. Also what annoys me is the whipping of the horse if they refuse a jump. I used to go to Pony Club and the kids there where literally TAUGHT to whip their horses if they refuse a tiny jump. Made me really disgusted and a reason why I quit Pony Club. Another reason was that they don't allow bitless because it's "dangerous"…. Yet I see so many horses act "dangerous" with bits! At least without a bit you remove something that causes pain – have people not heard of trigger stacking?

    Also pony club had an instructor who told me that you should barely use the reins and rely more on your seat. Next minute I see her full on yanking her horse's mouth off! The hypocrisy.

    Bitless needs to be more widely accepted, and I really hope bits one day will cease to exist…

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  62. Fairy M

    November 19, 2019 4:24 pm

    Completely agree with a lot you say. I have not met more than 3 people who genuinely care for their horse, in over 20 years!

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  63. Jodeis

    November 26, 2019 5:53 pm

    Would have love to see the poor horse start bucking. See what a rider she is and thereby teach the witch in training a lesson.

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  64. Alison Tejeda

    December 1, 2019 6:16 pm

    I get it why you don’t think show jumping is a sport . Because it was my discipline I personally do see it when done correctly as a valid sport . I feel the same way you do about barrel racing . Who runs full speed towards a object, only to immediately change directions . There’s no horsemanship in that . The most complex thing they do is a lead change . … so I get how you don’t like jumping.
    I will say not all trainers would allow their students to have heavy hands . Mine would take my bridle lol she’d make me jump with grass rains on a halter until I learned my lesson Lolol . I also know if you aren’t over weight , and you’re riding a horse for your size the horse handles jumping well . Of course taking into consideration the health and age of the horse . So in short ( recap 😆 ) I get that you don’t get it , and I respect that because there are definitely forums of ridiculous ( to me ) riding styles I personally don’t get .
    I do enjoy your videos .

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  65. Joseph Cornell

    December 25, 2019 4:13 pm

    rick,people could learn a lot off your horse video's,also we had cattle and we never let anyone use a whip or any form of weapon on them and these cows were well mannered .

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  66. Erika Bursnall

    February 20, 2020 10:13 am

    I like horses and do horse riding and they love to jump they general just have their ears back and they love running because they are wild but they have been trained and they love to jump as well and the horse is jumping on grass so it does not hurt the feet or knees
    U probably don't know anything about horses
    So be quiet
    I am eleven and I probably know more about horses riding than u

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  67. dianna daniels-orcutt

    February 23, 2020 1:52 pm

    I really struggle with a lot of the showing world, the horses are stalled for days with little turn out, they are worked by a trainer for maybe 2 hours a week, the owner comes in once a week rides their horse then goes home. These horses get no time in a herd because they can get hurt, most have to be given outlast for ulcers. It drives me crazy.

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  68. bassy chan

    February 25, 2020 6:53 pm

    I've met some crazy riding instructors in my time 😂
    They never know what there doing either its always "do you want a whip?" 😤😂

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  69. Bambi Deer Ranch

    February 27, 2020 1:57 am

    I was always taught that you had to be the boss at whatever cost. I’ve grown up and learned differently and my family hates what I think. They’ll argue with me all day about it. Also I had a horse that loved to jump not like this but out in the field jumping whatever he’d find. He was just a two year old colt and that was fun play to him. I enjoyed watching him play in the field running and jumping over logs and bucking and playing.

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  70. CanDIEland

    February 29, 2020 3:46 pm

    I think this little girl is an excellent rider for her age! ….I saw her doing absolutely nothing that was abusive. You want to talk about abuse??? Ok. Let's talk about rodeos and racing. But this…this ain't it, mr.

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