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    "Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain" ~Friedrich Schiller

  • #2
    Laughing so hard I'm crying! What a little PITA!


    • #3
      Watched this at work with earphones... boy oh boy, my coworkers now think I'm nuts for bursting out laughing to the point of crying!

      Such a shining example of EVIL PONIES!


      • #4
        Yeah, I'm at work, too. Luckily, I'm in a room where nobody can see me laughing so hard. What a great little kid and what an adorable, naughty pony!


        • #5
          I'm pretty sure I learned to ride on a pony just like that one... I want one like that for my kids!


          • #6
            poor kid is so top heavy ! that pony is wonderfully naughty!


            • #7
              Aren't all small ponies evil? But what a great seat that kid has...did you watch the other video of the pony being good and that little tyke sailing over the fence? If only I could laugh like that every time I got tossed!


              • #8
                Pretty stupid on the parents part. Yeah, really hilarious to watch the kids feet get stuck in the stirrups and then get dragged.



                • #9
                  What a little imp... that little boy is a trooper Bad ponies produce great riders
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                  • #10
                    Link didn't work for me! Said "malformed ID"

                    Can anyone give the title of the video so I can search?


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by wbhorseusa View Post
                      Pretty stupid on the parents part. Yeah, really hilarious to watch the kids feet get stuck in the stirrups and then get dragged.

                      I have to agree.

                      Why was the kid even attempting a crossrail when he could not steer or make the pony go or anything?!....

                      I noticed the caption said that Ed was Ross's last pony -- did he quit after Ed. lol

                      Clearly the pony is smarter than everybody else present during filming.


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by wbhorseusa View Post
                        Pretty stupid on the parents part. Yeah, really hilarious to watch the kids feet get stuck in the stirrups and then get dragged.

                        You know I'm all for a naughty pony and the small bucks were cute, the dragging and the bolting and then the buck were not cute. We have a saint of a small pony, and then a small pony that is naughty even at age 19. He tossed my little girl (age 6) sort of naughty on Friday and she did a nice face plant. She got back on and I helped her and she would ride him again, but she won't until he gets some more schooling. Naughty ponies are cute but dangerous behavior by naughty ponies is not.
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                        • #13
                          Really, it always surprises me that more ponies don't behave this way with tiny kids. Although this one was extra sassy.

                          When you see the one naughty pony, it makes you appreciate the other 99 sweet ones that much more.


                          • Original Poster

                            Originally posted by dauntless View Post
                            Link didn't work for me! Said "malformed ID"

                            Can anyone give the title of the video so I can search?
                            Ed being very naughty
                            "Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain" ~Friedrich Schiller


                            • #15
                              a few times on this video, I think I saw the kid jerk up with the reins, which causes pony to rear, and then pony bucks. But I'm sure those of you with larger screens (and better eyes) will tell me what's really going on.


                              • #16
                                I just watched this from where Ecogold posted it on Facebook.. I laughed, but also thought "that poor child!". Lol
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                                • #17
                                  Well, that was kinda funny...once. After that I found it very disturbing. Seriously, what kind of parent continues to let that happen to their kid???


                                  • #18
                                    Wow, I'm almost envious of this kid for the opportunity to develop such a great seat at such a young age, haha!


                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by stryder View Post
                                      a few times on this video, I think I saw the kid jerk up with the reins, which causes pony to rear, and then pony bucks. But I'm sure those of you with larger screens (and better eyes) will tell me what's really going on.
                                      The kid did look a little hand-y to me, but plenty of ponies tolerate much worse without that kind of reaction.


                                      • #20
                                        I love this pony, so, so much. I have this weird thing for evil ponies.... and taking said evil ponies over big jumps. If I had the money I would get him in a heartbeat.

                                        However, those parents are idiots. Why would you buy a pony who bucks for a 6year old? Much less one that bolts! The beginning was funny, but towards the end I was more pissed towards the parents for putting the kid on that pony.