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GRRR, got my back up

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Patterdale_lover, Jul 8, 2009.


  1. Patterdale_lover

    Patterdale_lover PetForums VIP

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    I was walking Bess down a track about half a mile from my house.
    I saw two large horses approaching, so instinctivly pulled into the nearest gateway, so as not to spook them.
    These two, which i can only describe is snobby women were nattering away, and one of the women on a tall chestnut was whipping it with a long grass stem:eek: and the rustling the leafy things in its eye! And when the other bigger horse got quite scared the other lard arse (excuse my language) hit him very very hard with the whip. It emitted a very loud cracking sound and she said "get on you old git, bloody thing" whilst repeatedly kicking him in the ribs. Now i know you are meant to encourage a horse to walk on, but surely not to extremes. The other woman on the tall chestnut was just laughing. They didn't even say thankyou to me for stopping. I know you are meant to anyway but it is just common courtesy to say thanks, I always did when i was riding. :mad:
    bess growled at them as they walked away...I think she read my mind. :mad:
     
  2. Badger's Mum

    Badger's Mum PetForums VIP

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    they give horserider's bad name's:(
     
  3. rona

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    You get people like that in all walks of life, not just horse riders :(
     
  4. Patterdale_lover

    Patterdale_lover PetForums VIP

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    Hmmm, the world would be better off without em :mad:
     
  5. rona

    rona Guest

    Agreed :D:D
     
  6. Varkhond

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    Sad.. :( Is there btw laws for scooping horse poop in the uk? In denmark (country areas, witch is almost all Denmark btw) got these problems.. It's not that i dislike these nice animals, but god their poop ain't exactly small. And none scoop them, don't know how you can but still. Dog owners gotta clean after themself, while the giant turds is free warzone?

    And what really pis me off, is horse geeks letting her horse poop on public beaches, or like this one time next to me in the water. Gross...
     
  7. clueless

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    Totally agree It would not have taken much for these Twats to have even nodded politely to you. Stuck up so and so's imo
     
  8. kenla210

    kenla210 PetForums Senior

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    hate rude people!! :mad:
     
  9. Patterdale_lover

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    If i seem them again and they do the same thing i will let rip :cursing:
     
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    Maybe we should whip them with grass and wave leaves in there eyes and smack them with a stick see how they like it :D horrible people :(

    x
     
  11. Varkhond

    Varkhond PetForums Member

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    No don't do anything, just be sure to have something really hot with you to make the horse run full speed into the woods. That will learn them lol. :D
     
  12. Badger's Mum

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    That wouldn't be fair on the horse would it:(
     
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