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Horse Dragged 100 Yards Behind Truck by Owner

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  • Horse Dragged 100 Yards Behind Truck by Owner

    Warrant issued for the owner. I have no problem sending this guy to meet his maker. Warning: graphic image at link. Horse is trying to recover.

    "No matter how well you perform there's always somebody of intelligent opinion who thinks it's lousy." - Laurence Olivier

  • #2
    I can't look. The title is making me sick enough.
    Born under a rock and owned by beasts!


    • #3
      I hope they find the guy that did this and drag him behind a truck for 200 yards. What is wrong with people?!

      That poor horse. He looks like such a kind boy. Hoping for a speedy recovery and a happy, safe, long life from here on out.
      *Wendy* 4.17.73 - 12.20.05


      • #4
        Throw the book at him. Then lots of stones. Then throw him off a cliff. That will be a start.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by GypsyQ View Post
          Throw the book at him. Then lots of stones. Then throw him off a cliff. That will be a start.
          Then draw and quarter him..hang him by his nuts and beat him til he has no hide left.
          Hope he has no kids...
          the NOT!! Spoiled!! Arabian Protectavest poster pony lives on in my heart


          • #6
            Agree with mac... there isn't torture enough to 'get even' with this sadist. I hope we learn that he's been caught by a cop who's an animal lover when there's no one with a camera around!
            Equine Photography in the Northeast


            • #7
              Originally posted by ccoronios View Post
              Agree with mac... there isn't torture enough to 'get even' with this sadist. I hope we learn that he's been caught by a cop who's an animal lover when there's no one with a camera around!
              Seriously! A simple brush burn hurts like heck, imagine how much pain that poor horse is in after having all that skin dragged across pavement!
              *Wendy* 4.17.73 - 12.20.05


              • #8
                This is one of those cases that I feel a "like for like" punishment is in order. Actually, that would be too good because we'd have to stop the vehicle after 100 yards.

                That poor horse...and yet after all that was done to him, he stills enjoys human interaction...


                • #9
                  The Daily Mail had an artical several days ago about an older pit bull puppy drug for about a mile behind a pickup truck. Someone slipped puppy's leash over the
                  ball on his trailer hitch and driver didn't know it was there when he drove off.
                  Happened in Missouri....so far, puppy is doing well and they may be able to save a front leg.


                  • #10
                    The US Depart of Ag Equine rep did the same thing here in Ft Worth about twenty-five years ago, tied horse to rear of trailer got talking to some people then drove off


                    • #11
                      I don't think this incident was an accident, it said the guy got out of the truck and kicked the horse at one point.
                      *Wendy* 4.17.73 - 12.20.05


                      • #12
                        Absolutely horriffic.
                        Adversity is the stone on which I sharpen my blade.


                        • #13
                          The punishments the courts dole out for these types of crimes always seem insufficient.

                          If this jerk is willing to do this to an innocent horse out of temper – what would he do to a child? To someone he got in an argument with?

                          This man has shown he is heartless, and makes very poor choices – not the type of person I would want lose in society.
                          APPSOLUTE CHOCKLATE - Photo by Kathy Colman


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Appsolute View Post
                            If this jerk is willing to do this to an innocent horse out of temper – what would he do to a child? To someone he got in an argument with?

                            What a horrible, disgusting human being. At least the horse is recovering. I can't even imagine the shape he was in when he got to the rescue.
                            It is only through labor and painful effort, by grim energy and resolute courage, that we move on to better things.
                            Theodore Roosevelt


                            • #15
                              Poor horse.
                              Animal cruelty laws are not strong enough to punish people who do this. Chances are he will get a fine and that will be it.


                              • #16
                                Revolting...I hate people sometimes. This would be one of them.


                                • #17
                                  Poor animal. I can't even understand the thought process behind doing something like this.
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                                  • #18
                                    Well, I know how the old me would handle this. Trouble is, I'm not that person anymore.
                                    Nudging "Almost Heaven" a little closer still...