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2012-07-31 12:45:14 PM
And just WTH did this dumbass think was gonna happen?
 
2012-07-31 12:48:34 PM
The sister of a friend of mine was killed when a horse kicked her. She was nine years old.

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2012-07-31 12:55:03 PM
And why exactly would a "wild" horse have a halter on?
 
2012-07-31 12:57:01 PM

crzybtch: And why exactly would a "wild" horse have a halter on?


Duuuuhhh, it's summer..... you expecting a sweater?
 
2012-07-31 01:02:30 PM
He's holding his chest after that kick. I'd bet he cracked his sternum.
 
2012-07-31 01:19:04 PM
Note to person filming: Please don't film the ground right when the good part happens. Thanks.
 
2012-07-31 01:29:20 PM
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2012-07-31 01:45:52 PM
Want to do something for kicks?

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2012-07-31 02:10:07 PM
You know I've only been close to a horse a couple times in my life and those times I was told "Do not walk behind the horse." Looks like someone didn't tell him that.
 
2012-07-31 02:11:24 PM

capitafun: He's holding his chest after that kick. I'd bet he cracked his sternum.


I think cracked sternum leads to less running back to your friends and more laying on the ground screaming.
 
2012-07-31 02:11:50 PM
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2012-07-31 02:16:26 PM
Let's hope the horse got this moron's spleen. Moron.
 
2012-07-31 02:22:02 PM
Any animal would react badly to someone sneaking up and pouncing. That's what predators do. You're suppose to whisper not scream!
 
2012-07-31 02:34:00 PM
Look, dumbass, do you see that right rear leg lift up and then paw at the ground a couple times? That's your clue *not* to do the dumbass thing you're about to do.

/dumbass
 
2012-07-31 02:39:42 PM
PFFt I spent my childhood petting wild horses,(back then we didn't know we weren't supposed to touch them) you just have to appraoch slowly , never from the rear, and back off if they start to get agitated, and for fark's sake know how to tell a mare from a stallion during mating season.

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2012-07-31 02:59:06 PM

Magorn: ...and for fark's sake know how to tell a mare from a stallion during mating season.


That part tends to really... easy to spot.
 
2012-07-31 03:37:06 PM

LoneVVolf: capitafun: He's holding his chest after that kick. I'd bet he cracked his sternum.

I think cracked sternum leads to less running back to your friends and more laying on the ground screaming.


Cracked mine in a car accident. It hurt, but not laying on the ground screaming hurt. Not being able to take deep breaths because it felt like someone was in there with a rib splitter wasn't fun though.
 
2012-07-31 03:39:35 PM

dualplains: Magorn: ...and for fark's sake know how to tell a mare from a stallion during mating season.

That part tends to really... easy to spot.


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2012-07-31 04:03:32 PM

Ceiling Moran: Look, dumbass, do you see that right rear leg lift up and then paw at the ground a couple times? That's your clue *not* to do the dumbass thing you're about to do.

/dumbass


Oh yeah. You do not approach a wild animal from behind or its side, you must be in front where it can see you, and hopefully you're looking through binoculars from a few hundred yards away.
 
2012-07-31 04:08:40 PM
Well, technically he did touch the horse, so he can put that $5 he won towards his medical bill.
 
2012-07-31 04:15:01 PM

Magorn: and for fark's sake know how to tell a mare from a stallion during mating season.


Confusing horses is one thing. Try confusing a milk cow with a bull. Some let you know right away, some are cool with it for a couple of minutes. Then you have the ones that want to cuddle afterwards...
 
2012-07-31 04:26:11 PM

stupiddream: Note to person filming: Please don't film the ground right when the good part happens. Thanks.


exactly.. I mean come on, isn't that the reason you were taping it to begin with? I just want to reach through the video and kick the camera man for that stupid move.
 
2012-07-31 04:40:24 PM
At least he won the bet...
 
2012-07-31 04:54:18 PM
I was kicked by a wild horse once. Couldn't drag me away.


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2012-07-31 05:23:58 PM

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I sounds like Walt, Jr. editorializing with "I knew that would happen."
 
2012-07-31 05:42:44 PM
I'll drive you to the hospital after you pay me. 'Make contact' is different from 'touch.'
 
2012-07-31 06:11:19 PM

Gameshot911: Well, technically he did touch the horse, so he can put that $5 he won towards his medical bill.


Horse touched him. He still lost.
 
2012-07-31 09:08:56 PM

azazyel: You know I've only been close to a horse a couple times in my life and those times I was told "Do not walk behind the horse." Looks like someone didn't tell him that.


I've spent the past 3 days surrounded by horses. You can walk behind the horse if it knows you're there. You can catch the road apples with your hands if you want as they fall out. Just make sure the horse knows you're there and not a predator.

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2012-07-31 09:10:46 PM
Having grown up around horses I've been trampled, bitten, thrown, rolled, and kicked, most of those while I was under 10 years of age. Even at that young age, I knew that you never, ever, EVER approach a horse from the side/rear, or charge them. The one time I got kicked, I made the mistake of running behind my mom's mare while she was feeding. I wasn't even messing with the horse, I was just running to go join my brother at the creek. One second I'm running, the next second I'm on my back 10 feet away from the horse trying to catch my breath. Luckily I never got seriously hurt riding horses, but I really wish this guy received at least one broken bone for doing something so stupid.
 
2012-07-31 09:30:54 PM
I'm currently trying to help retrain a horse that's gotten into the habit of trying to Chuck-Norris-round-house-kick his owner in the head, so I'm getting a kick..haHA!
 
2012-07-31 09:34:52 PM

fearthebunnyman: I'm currently trying to help retrain a horse that's gotten into the habit of trying to Chuck-Norris-round-house-kick his owner in the head, so I'm getting a kick..haHA!


Have you ever heard of horses that hold their breath when you try to saddle them, to the point where they literally keel over unconscious?
 
2012-07-31 09:42:08 PM
Looks like he broke his arm actually. Blocked the kick to the chest/head but his arm looks fubar.
 
2012-07-31 09:46:19 PM

mooseyfate: fearthebunnyman: I'm currently trying to help retrain a horse that's gotten into the habit of trying to Chuck-Norris-round-house-kick his owner in the head, so I'm getting a kick..haHA!

Have you ever heard of horses that hold their breath when you try to saddle them, to the point where they literally keel over unconscious?


LOL! A good many of them suck in their breath and hold it to bloat out their stomachs while you're tightening the girth, but I haven't met one dumb enough to knock itself out over it. Yet.
 
2012-07-31 10:06:57 PM
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2012-07-31 11:22:10 PM
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2012-07-31 11:28:09 PM

Ceiling Moran: Look, dumbass, do you see that right rear leg lift up and then paw at the ground a couple times? That's your clue *not* to do the dumbass thing you're about to do.

/dumbass


The horse was kicking at a fly on its belly, actually. That said, when the horse began to tense up and move away, putting on a burst of speed was NOT a swift move.

/was a swift kick though
 
2012-08-01 07:01:29 AM
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2012-08-01 08:32:56 AM
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2012-08-01 10:28:20 AM

fearthebunnyman: mooseyfate: fearthebunnyman: I'm currently trying to help retrain a horse that's gotten into the habit of trying to Chuck-Norris-round-house-kick his owner in the head, so I'm getting a kick..haHA!

Have you ever heard of horses that hold their breath when you try to saddle them, to the point where they literally keel over unconscious?

LOL! A good many of them suck in their breath and hold it to bloat out their stomachs while you're tightening the girth, but I haven't met one dumb enough to knock itself out over it. Yet.


My old horse used to do that. After the first time she keeled over and gashed her eye open on the horse trailer, we knew she had a problem. After that we would just periodically thump her on the nose or spritz her face with a water bottle and she would take a breath. Not sure where she developed that habit as she was already 20 when we got her. She also liked to roll in sand, wether she had a rider or not. But other than that she was a really well-behaved horse, not skittish at all. My mom and I used to do crowd control at a civil war re-enactment and I've never seen a horse be so non-chalant about being 10 feet away from a line of cannons.
 
2012-08-01 11:36:54 AM
I got a good kick to the chest when I was six. Flew back about 10 feet, luckily I was six, malleable, and light. Still hurt.
 
2012-08-01 12:20:40 PM
mooseyfate:

That's hilarious.
 
2012-08-01 10:56:16 PM

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2012-08-02 07:54:44 AM
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