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    Default not sure about this...

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    My daughter showed me this. I don't think this is safe for either the pony or the horse.



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    Had a fun time trying to discern the link from the mad scramble of words up there..

    Anyway, I watched the video twice I didn't even notice anything wrong. Third time I went WTF.

    That is unsafe, stupid, dangerous, disgusting, and possibly deadly to the rider, the horse, and/or the pony. I don't see the reason behind it, I cannot believe any adults allowed that to happen.

    I am basically in shock right now.



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    Can someone post a clearer link?
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    https://fbstatic-a.akamaihd.net/rsrc...062184733&ev=0

    There y'all go. Basically a girl on a horse, jumping over a pony. Pony spooked forward, it looks like.

    Wasn't there a thread about this, with a picture of a little boy on a pony jumping another pony. Recreating something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lovey1121 View Post
    Can someone post a clearer link?
    https://www.facebook.com/v/4151062184733



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    Quote Originally Posted by Superminion View Post
    Wasn't there a thread about this, with a picture of a little boy on a pony jumping another pony. Recreating something?
    Recreating this famous photo of Snowman: http://www.horse-canada.com/wp-conte...-3-snowman.jpg



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    When I was a kid, this is something I might have done. Now I'm an adult and I realize how dangerous and stupid something like that could be. If there was an adult supervising, I'm really surprised that a child rider was allowed to do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharingHounds View Post
    When I was a kid, this is something I might have done. Now I'm an adult and I realize how dangerous and stupid something like that could be. If there was an adult supervising, I'm really surprised that a child rider was allowed to do this.
    Exactly. An adult should know better.

    My grandmother said, "there is nothing wrong with being young and stupid, everyone is young and stupid at some time during their childhood. It's being OLD and stupid that there's no excuse for".


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    Yes, and the kid in me is still thinking: Cool! That looks like fun! I make a horrible adult. But even my inner child thinks someone should have been holding Mr. Pony.

    I was surprised to see that there was actually an adult in the ring supervising or worse, teaching.


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    I don't exactly agree with this video and the woman teaching, but I would really love to have that grey horse!
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