Premium Members Blog – 8th April, 2018

 

Hi Folks,

Hope You are all well and had a lovely Week. Before I move on to Horses, I want to relay some “Life experience” about two situations that I see as unjust.

 

SUPERANNUATION

I have always held the view that this is yet another situation in this Society, where People get corralled by Government Policy, which likes to dip into Your savings from Birth to Death and after.  We are all being ‘eaten alive’ by ‘Parasites’ within Society.

If at all possible, I would NEVER opt into Super, for as You can see right now and yet again, the Labor Party want to take a slice of Your hard work, to give it to the Bludgers of this Country. Hand out some more ‘affordable Houses’ no doubt….affordable aright….real affordable. None of my Generation or those prior, ever got such Gifts. We built this Country and paid our way.

Super is far best guaranteed by buying Real Estate or Business throughout Life and then living off the Capital Gains or Rents, later in life. Then, You will avoid the next level of Parasites who also dip into your savings, the financial advisors and the like. It never ends. It is a Nightmare.

 

POWER CHARGES

Well this has turned out to be a greater crime than ‘Ned Kelly’ The conspiracy between Government and Business ( and in the case of more than one of the Companies, owned by China)

As if it is not bad enough, that the Government suck the Australian Public into spending Billions on Solar for the roofs of their Homes, only to see us all supplying the Chinese Power Companies by manufacturing Power for them. They sucked us all in and now we get paid 6 cents  KW whilst at the same time, they charge us 40. Now that is Criminal. Let me give you an indication.

I put in 6KW Solar a few Years ago only. We are now paying Power Bills of $400 a Quarter, so I took the tie to look at our Bill.

In the last Quarter, we used 12.4kw a day. We produced and Pumped into the Grid, another 1500KW and got paid 6 cents. Meanwhile, they charged us 40 cents, for our own Power, during the non sun hours., but it is the Con of the J Tariff that I discovered.

I checked the total usage since install. 27,000 KW. 17,000 of normal Power and 10,000 on J Tariff ( Hot Water…the so called CHEAP OPTION where Your Hot Water gets heated up in the Night lol)

So we pay the DISCOUNTED rate Yippee, of 22 Cents per KW, even though the Water wasn’t cold in the first place as they heat up hot water regardless and yet during the day, we gave them 1500 KW across the Quarter, for the Princely sum of 6 cents a KW. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

I am removing my Hot Water off J Tarrif and Heating it Manually, during the Day, IF REQUIRED ONLY!!!!!!!  Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

 

COACHING

 

Mrs. HP has put in a big weekend on the Coaching.

Yesterday, she Coached all Day at the Strathalbyn Dressage Club, where Riders were Coached and them competed. It is always of much interest to us, discussing the outcomes of the Day and what problems People face with their Training. It is also of interest, to see how the Pupils of other Coaches are trained and what their Horses think of things.

 

SUPPLENESS

Suppleness in the Horse

No matter what Clinic she does, ‘Suppleness’ or the lack of it is the problem with the vast majority of Horses.

The reason for this is the lack of teaching in this way.

 

 

ARTICLE OF THE WEEK

 

The only Dressage Training system that protects Horses

 

 

LET THE HORSE DO THE TALKING

 

During the Week, I had to Photo my ‘Special of the Week’ for a Gentleman and we both found ourselves shocked and purving at the Photo of my Horse.

 

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” The Horse never lies”

The system of Training is always showcased by the Muscle development of the Horse.

We ‘rest our case”….but back to the Clinic…….

 

There was one lovely Warmblood, that the Rider could not get to Canter. Interestingly, they did get it to Canter at one stage AT HOME and quickly booked a Lesson with their Coach, to ‘show off’ whereby the Horse refused to Canter once more, during the Lesson.

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Of the other issues raised by Owners, all came back to either  the lack of suppleness or the riding between Legs and two Hands.

 

During the Week, we had a wonderful ride around the District on a lovely 21 Degree Day and dropped into Friends places for a Yarn. Nothing better, me, my Wife and our best Mates.

 

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VIDEO OF THE DAY

 

Here we have the next “Naughty Horse”

Well of course, You and I know that so called ‘Naughty Horses’ hardly exist. There are only Horses communicating with Deaf Owners.

 

many of these come with the Jumping People.

Note the FLEXED OFF riding, the Braced Hands. Now read this:

https://horseproblems.com.au/the-little-known-story-of-the-sacroiliac-in-the-horse/

It goes on and on. Around and around they go.

Now look in the background. Develope observations.  Check out all the Riders strangling their Horses, for why?????….because they too want to watch the “Naughty Horse”

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr….bloody England!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

TIP OF THE DAY

 

” When ever You enter a working Arena, walk both ways on a loose rein. Let the Horse see all”

 

PHOTO OF THE DAY

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HORSELAW

 

Attached to this email are photographs of each page of the initial letter received from RACV, a PDF of my letter of response and a PDF of the letter and forms that I have just received from RACV.

I will resend our previous email communications for your reference.

Many thanks for your assistance with this.

Kind regards,

 

We are acting on behalf of Mr.—– whose vehicle was damaged in a motor vehicle incident.

We have determined that you are responsible for this incident and the loss sustained by our customer as a result of the damage to their vehicle.

As set out in our previous correspondence to you, we have now determined and settled the loss to our customer for the amount set out in this letter (details are set out in the enclosed documentation).

We request that you make payment by mo later than 09/04/2018. The available payment options are listed below.

Due date: 09/04/2018
Total amount due: $1,087.01

* To make payment by Visa or MasterCard call 1800 058 215.
* Enclose a Cheque, made payable to RACV Insurance, in the reply paid envelope supplied.
* Visit one of our Retail Shops.
* Make payment by BPAY using details on the following page.

BPAY payment details

If your vehicle is insured and you have now chosen to lodge a claim, please complete the attached Insurance Declaration Statement then return it to us within 14 days.

We collect, use and disclose your personal information to administer, investigate and assess the claim. Our Privacy Charter explains how we handle personal information. If you would like a copy, please contact us.

Should you have any further queries regarding this matter please contact me on the details listed below and I will be pleased to assist.

Yours sincerely

——–
Insurance Manufacturers of Australia Pty Ltd

 

THE CASE OF THE MANURE

 

A 22-acre horse farm called Micah’s Meadow in the Lakeview Farm subdivision off Lobdell Road recently won its Genesee County Circuit Court case against the Township of Fenton’s banning the use of horse manure as fertilizer.
Linden attorney Marilyn Direzze represented Marty Vyskocil and Aprill O’Connell, owners of the farm. The case has lasted more than two years and now, the township owes the farm money.
The main issues were if Vyskocil is allowed to spread manure on the property, and if the farm is protected under the Right to Farm Act (RTFA).

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“The state of Michigan said ‘yes,’” Direzze said.
The property was originally zoned agriculture when the equine farm was built with more than 80 horse stalls, an equine swimming pool, horse track, pastures and hay fields, according to Michigan Farm News. Now, the property is zoned planned unit development-equine (PUD/EQ).
Fenton Township Attorney Jack Belzer said that when Vyskocil submitted the site plan, it indicated that the manure would be stored and then disposed of. When it was rezoned, he said a condition was that general uses would not be allowed.
Direzze said that initially in 2016, Vyskocil was told he could spread manure by Ordinance Enforcement Officer Tom Hosie. Then the Zoning Board of Appeals reversed its decision based on Zoning Administrator J. Douglas Piggott’s decision.
Vyskocil appealed.
 
Another hearing was planned for 2017, and prior to that hearing, Direzze said, “The state came out and determined that my client was protected by the RTFA and certified his farm under the state law.”
At the next hearing in October 2017, Direzze presented the state’s decision. Vyskocil created a manure management system plan in compliance with local ordinances. Neighbors complained about the manure, which Vyskocil was spreading on hay on his property. George Rizik, attorney for Lakeview Farms Homeowners Association, said at that time that spreading manure was prohibited because of Ordinance 464 and the PUD/EQ zoning.
Piggott reversed his previous decision and said he believes Vyskocil should be allowed to spread manure because his farm is protected by the RTFA. Belzer said that Ordinance 464’s prohibition of spreading manure in the PUD/EQ zoning applied in this matter.
The board voted 6-0 in favor of not allowing Vyskocil to spread manure. ZBA Member K.C. Baron was absent.
“I was amazed that the ZBA ruled the way they did,” Direzze said.
 
They appealed that decision in Genesee County Circuit Court with Judge Judith Fullerton, who ruled in Vyskocil’s favor on March 27.
“Of course,” she’s happy she won the case, Direzze said. “It was the right resolution.”
To be covered under the Right to Farm Act
To be protected under the Right to Farm Act, the farm in question must operate as a commercial business. Direzze said there’s no minimum amount of sales a business must meet under this statute. The Vyskocils board horses.
A farm must also comply under Generally Accepted Agricultural and Management Practices (GAAMP).

 

 

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NEWS

 

 

IN BED WITH THE DEVIL

 

Australia’s peak equestrian body has put its partnership with drug company Zoetis on hold as horse owners pursue a class action against a controversial vaccine.

Equestrian Australia announced it would partner with the animal medicine company just days after a group of horse owners launched legal action because they say a Zoetis-made Hendra Virus vaccine is making horses sick.

Lawyers for the horse owners’ class action have told the ABC that horses have become sick and even died after having the vaccine administered.

Olympic equestrian and former Equestrian Australia board member Vicky Roycroft said the partnership decision was a “very poor public relations move”.

But Equestrian Australia chair Judy Fasher said the organisation was unaware of the class action until after the partnership announcement.

Ms Fasher said the board had made a decision to put its partnership with Zoetis on hold indefinitely.

“We were unaware of the fact that there was a case being brought before the Federal Court before and, had we known, the decision may have been different,” she said.

“We now have to go back to our shareholders and have considerable discussions with them about the situation.”

Some horse owners have raised concerns that a partnership between Equestrian Australia and Zoetis would result in the Hendra vaccination becoming mandatory.

But Ms Fasher said that would not happen.

“While Equestrian Australia’s recent announcement has caused concern and questioning among some members, we can reassure you that this is not, in any way, a precursor to any form of compulsory medication.”

 

 

ALDI SELLS RIDING LESSONS 🙂

Aldi’s latest Special Buys to include discount horse riding lessons, equestrian gear. ALDI’S infamous Special Buys are about to enter brand new territory.
The cult discount supermarket chain will offer cheap horse riding lessons for both children and adults this Sunday.

But it’s bad news for Aussie families — the offer, which will allow shoppers to save 30 per cent off private lessons, will only be available in the UK for now.

According to The Sun, prices will start at just $38 and are available at two locations only.

The sale is designed to promote the store’s new Summer Equestrian clothing range, which will launch on the same day.

The range includes boots, jackets and socks, with everything priced between $4.50 and $36.

The lessons will teach students the basics, including how to mount and dismount a horse as well as how to stop and steer.

They will be available at the Summerhouse Equestrian in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, and Parbold Equestrian near Wigan, Lancashire in England — and as usual with Aldi’s Special Buys, numbers are limited.

The latest offer is expected to be a hit with shoppers, given horse riding is traditionally a pricey pastime.

In fact, it’s likely the offer will cause a frenzy among consumers — although time will tell whether the lessons cause chaotic scenes similar to those seen Down Under.

When Aldi released $299 Dyson vacuum cleaners in Australia in December 2017, for example, shoppers started lining up from 7.30am outside some stores, with some accusing fellow shoppers of shoving and pushing in, and several even allegedly grabbing vacuums out of other people’s hands.

In September 2017 there was pandemonium surrounding Aldi’s $99 grey armchair, while earlier that month two families were filmed fighting over outdoor furniture during a different sale.

According to the website, Aldi’s Special Buys “can include anything from electronics, like LCD TVs and DVD players, to clothing and furniture”, and they are released twice a week.

It is not known whether a similar offer will be rolled out to Australian stores.

The intense competition to snare a coveted item has caused some shoppers to call for the introduction of a ticketing system or restricting items to just one per customer.

Some have demanded added security to prevent potential brawls, while others have pledged to boycott the German company’s stores altogether as a result of the Special Buys madness.

 

 

INDOOR ARENA ROOF COLLAPSES

For Morgen Langner, it’s still hard to fathom that she and her family narrowly escaped a building seconds before its roof caved in just a few weeks ago.

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Langner owns JM Equestrian near Okotoks. The indoor riding facility’s roof collapsed on March 19, destroying the building and her business at the same time.

“It’s been an emotional roller coaster,” Langner said. “You go from, ‘We got this, it’s not that bad,’ to tears.

“You come out on days like this and its dead quiet and it’s just another reminder [that] it’s done. Our business is gone.”

Without the indoor arena to conduct the riding lessons and board horses, Langner said she isn’t sure her business can be salvaged.

“That’s been the hardest part. This is our family business and to know that’s gone, it’s devastating. We’ve shed more tears than you can imagine. It’s a tough pill to swallow,” Langner said.

It’s believed the heavy snow load on the roof caused the collapse. Langner said she heard the beams creaking and snapping before she evacuated all the people and horses from inside.

“My babies were in that building just before it dropped,” she said.ooure
“It’s hard to stomach. As soon as it gets quiet you start to remember, ‘Holy smokes, there were lives in there.’ We were close. Something was watching out for us that day.”

Area businesses like The Mill Store have stepped in to help with feed for the remaining horses being cared for in the outdoor barns. Employee Richelle Roosman said the business is a big part of the horse community.

“That’s the way the people are in that community. It’s tight-knit,” she said. “When people need help with farm barns, animals, there’s someone there who’s going to step up and do something.”

The facility remains fenced off while the investigation into the cause of the collapse

 

 

THIRD YEAR VET STUDENT EXTRADITED

 

TUSKEGEE, Ala. – Fallon Blackwood had to skip her Large Animal Medicine II class at Tuskegee University Friday morning. The third-year vet student had a far more pressing assignment: appearing before a judge to be extradited on charges she pulled off a cruel scam.

The 23-year-old Alabama woman faces allegations she tricked a North Carolina man out of his horses which may have ultimately been sold to a slaughterhouse. So far, 28 horse owners in metro Atlanta and across the Southeast complain they got scammed, too.

 

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owners of those horses are pretty upset,” agreed Macon County sheriff Andre Brunson. “Thinking their horses were living their life out and then to find out they were slaughtered for different purposes so it’s just a bad case.”

Many of the owners said Blackwood’s vet school status put them at ease when she answered an ad looking for someone who might need a horse to live out their retirement days. According to their complaints to police, Blackwood told each of them she needed a companion for her barrel horse on a farm near Boaz, Ala.

When they asked for pictures of their horse in their new, happy home, police reports say Fallon wouldn’t respond, or when she did, explained their horse had died in a terrible accident, like being struck by lightning.

She told her the horse had gotten into the feed and collicked and died,” said Pam Miller of NetPosse.com, a non-profit that tracks horse theft. “Which is the same story she had told the owner in North Carolina about their horse.”

According to a police report, Fallon even sent a vet bill to prove that she had to euthanize the horse. But the veterinarian named on the bill, “Dr. Aimee Bowling” is not listed as a licensed Alabama veterinarian. When the owner took his evidence to the Martin County Sheriff’s Office in Williamston, N.C., authorities issued a warrant for Blackwood, charging her with obtaining property by false pretenses. Some school cops have checkered work histories
“She has completely ripped my whole life apart,” Heather Manchester complained while standing outside the Macon County courthouse waiting for Blackwood to appear.

Heather lives in nearby Tallassee. She says she gave her horse Ranger to Fallon last year with the assurance he’d be happier on the Boaz farm. Heather believes he was ultimately sold for slaughter instead.

“I really believe that he is gone,” she sighed. “But I know him and the other horses, if this is where they ended up they didn’t die in vain because she hopefully will be getting her justice. Or at least stopped other horses from going through the same fate.”

She shares strong feelings with all those other owners in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Blackwood only faces that one criminal charge in North Carolina. But sheriff Brunson predicts other law enforcement agencies will soon follow with their own charges, including in Alabama.

“I think so,” he said. “It’s just a sad situation. I hope the numbers stop going up but it looks like they’re still going up.”

 

 

She told her the horse had gotten into the feed and collicked and died,” said Pam Miller of NetPosse.com, a non-profit that tracks horse theft. “Which is the same story she had told the owner in North Carolina about their horse.”

According to a police report, Fallon even sent a vet bill to prove that she had to euthanize the horse. But the veterinarian named on the bill, “Dr. Aimee Bowling” is not listed as a licensed Alabama veterinarian. When the owner took his evidence to the Martin County Sheriff’s Office in Williamston, N.C., authorities issued a warrant for Blackwood, charging her with obtaining property by false pretenses.

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Some school cops have checkered work histories
“She has completely ripped my whole life apart,” Heather Manchester complained while standing outside the Macon County courthouse waiting for Blackwood to appear.

Heather lives in nearby Tallassee. She says she gave her horse Ranger to Fallon last year with the assurance he’d be happier on the Boaz farm. Heather believes he was ultimately sold for slaughter instead.

“I really believe that he is gone,” she sighed. “But I know him and the other horses, if this is where they ended up they didn’t die in vain because she hopefully will be getting her justice. Or at least stopped other horses from going through the same fate.”

She shares strong feelings with all those other owners in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Anger. And guilt.

“I’m so ashamed.”

Blackwood only faces that one criminal charge in North Carolina. But sheriff Brunson predicts other law enforcement agencies will soon follow with their own charges, including in Alabama.

“I think so,” he said. “It’s just a sad situation. I hope the numbers stop going up but it looks like they’re still going up.”

 

 

One horse is dead and another was injured after kicking their way through the floor boards of a horse trailer Thursday while traveling in Fort Pierce, Florida. According to the police, the thoroughbred was dragged about a quarter-mile before the driver realized it.

gfg The driver, Tours on Horseback, was carrying 10 horses at the time. No people were injured and no other vehicles were involved.

Tours on Horseback, a family-owned and operated business that provides guided horseback tours in St. Lucie County, said they have never had anything like this happen to them before and were devastated.

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Fort Pierce, FL, United States ·
Thank you to each of you who have reached out to my dad and I.

We were involved in a accident on the way to the beach resulting in the death of one of our horses with another being injured.

ccc I would like to personally thank the Fort Pierce Police Department and the Fort Pierce Animal Control Division along with the residents who live along South Ocean Drive for your help and kindness in dealing with this terrible accident.

Thank you to Tri County Towing and Tony DiFrancesco for getting to us quickly.

We love what we do and all of the horses that we have.
We are very saddened by this mornings events.

 

 

 

Update: Oneida County sheriff’s deputies said Tuesday morning that Cynthia Porter, the rider of the horse, woke up with back, shoulder and head pain and was seeking medical attention at Rome Hospital.

The driver of the Chevrolet that hit the horse, 61 year old David Longway of Boonville, was charged leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, failure to use due care when approaching a horse, leaving the scene of an animal accident, and failure to maintain lane.

He told deputies he left the scene because he didn’t know police were called and he didn’t think either Porter or the horse were badly hurt.

Longway will answer the charges in Boonville town court at a later date.

This is our story from earlier Tuesday:

A horse was being treated by a veterinarian after it was struck in a hit-and-run accident in Boonville Monday.

Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol says the horse ridden by Cynthia Porter was struck by a vehicle on State Route 46.

The vehicle, a gray 2011 Chevy Cruze, was heading in the same direction as the horse, but swerved off the highway, barely missing another horse behind Porter’s.

Porter was not hurt, but her horse was struck in the side.

The vehicle left the scene, but came back after a bystander chased it down. The vehicle left again before law enforcement arrived.

The accident is under investigation.

 

 

DRAGGED 500 METRES BY HORSE

 

A Derry man is fighting for his life in hospital after he was left with serious head injuries when he was dragged for 500m by a runaway horse on Saturday.

Simon Fleming, who is in his 40s and from Coleraine, was working with the horse in a field when the freak accident occurred.

A neighbour told The Belfast Telegraph:”He was strapped to the horse, he had only just wrapped the harness around his hand when it just bolted.

“He was dragged a considerable distance and the horse was kicking out as well.”

It’s believed a barking dog may have spooked the horse.

Emergency services rushed to the scene and a Northern Ireland Air Ambulance was called to transport the seriously injured man to hospital.

Paramedics worked on the badly injured man for over an hour before he could be taken aboard the helicopter which transferred him to hospital.

Local SDLP councillor Stephanie Quigley expressed her sympathies to Mr Feming’s family on hearing of the freak accident.

“I grew up in the same area as Simon and went to the same primary school, what happened to him this weekend is nothing short of horrendous,” she said.

“My parents and I prayed for him after Sunday lunch and I would like to extend my thoughts and sincere sympathy to Simon and the rest of the family.”

DUP councillor George Duddy said the Fleming family were well known in the local area for their love of horses.

“They are a big family and they have kept horses and ponies for generations, but it was a big hobby for Simon,” he said.

 

KICKED IN THE FACE – OUT OF COMA

 

Veteran NSW trainer Bob Milligan is making progress in hospital after an early morning accident.

Milligan is believed to have been kicked in the face by a horse on Saturday morning at the Taree track.

The 76-year-old’s wife Margaret told Racing NSW, Milligan had been taken out of an induced coma at Newcastle’s John Hunter Hospital.

“No-one knows exactly what happened but Bob was found face down in the wash bay,” she said.

“He has multiple fractures to his face but is now out of the induced coma. Doctors told us there is no brain damage and he is starting to respond to nursing staff.”

Milligan is best known for the deeds of multiple Group winner Carael Boy, a star of the early 2000s.

 

ADAMS COUNTRY SHERIFF’S SON DIES IN HORSEBACK ACCIDENT

COUNCIL — The 11-year-old son of the Adams County Sheriff died Friday following a horseback riding accident, according to the Ada County coroner.
Ethan Zollman of Council died in the St. Luke’s Boise Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, according to a coroner’s press release. The release states Zollman died of blunt force trauma.

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According to a GoFundMe account set up for the Zollman family, Ethan was involved in a horseback riding accident on March 28 around 6 p.m.

 

DEPUTY HIT WHILST AT SCENE INVOLVING HORSES

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A Lafayette County deputy was injured Monday morning when he was hit by a vehicle in the westbound lanes of Highway 6 East in the Denmark area.

According to the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department, Deputy Justin Wilson responded at about 6 a.m. to assist Mississippi Highway Patrol troopers with a wreck involving a truck that hit a horse on the highway.

While on the scene, another vehicle traveling west on the highway did not move over to the left lane to avoid law enforcement and struck a marked patrol car and then hit Wilson, who was directing traffic away from the wreck scene.

The first vehicle hit and killed the horse that was standing in the highway. Another car wrecked trying to avoid hitting the horse. No information on those drivers or possible injuries has been made available by MHP as of Tuesday morning.

Wilson was transported to Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi where he was treated and released with multiple bruises and a broken wrist.

LCSD Chief Investigator Alan Wilburn said Monday the driver who hit Wilson has not been charged.

“We are investigating this as an accident,” he said this afternoon.

MHP Capt. Joseph Miller said more information will be released once the report is finalized.

 

 

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LETTERS OF THE DAY

 

OVER THE TIE UP RAIL

The Case

of the Horse that has gone over the Chest Rail, at various times throughout the Career and after waiting and saving for a brand new Crist Float, did it again, severely damaging the brand new Float

 

HI Again

You have here, a “fistful of a Problem”, you can’t get any more difficult.
The psychological damage is immense, the distrust and of course, he will
attempt it again.

The only way to fix the psychological ( believe it or not) is to PROVE TO
THE HORSE that it’s EVASION or FLIGHT, was unsuccessful and only then will
it start to not believe it’s propaganda.

I have fixed many of these and 30 Years ago, because of one but more
spectacular, in an open double float, he Landed on the Chest Bar with his
Hind hooves and took off again, over the top front of the float, above the
windows and ‘Belly Flopped’ on top of the frame, tettering back and forth
( which way would he fall????…the tow bar and fittings or back in the
Float.) He fell back in because I gave Him are right cross to the snout,
and saved Him. Walked him out through the full height door 🙂

That Night, I invented HORSE SAFETY BELTS and have saved about 30 Horses
since. Including in my designed new Floats ( the first and only in the
World, with on board Safety Belts.)

This Horse HAS TO HAVE SAFETY BELTS.

but before that, You need to do other work.

1. Back to the drawing Board with tying up ( my system) and progressed to
tie up with the neck lowered and give up.
2. Leg Restraints Trained. Is he???????????? …

Are you a Friend of mine on Facebook???? If not, please friend me so I can
attach files easily.

regards

 

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