r/WinStupidPrizes 10d ago

Swearing at and insulting a horse Warning: Injury

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u/Fullback-15_ 10d ago

She is not gonna ride for some time after that.

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u/B-loved- 10d ago

She will ride soon again.. A wheelchair tho.

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u/[deleted] 10d ago

Or in the back of a hearse. Rear horse kicks are gnarly.

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u/IanMc90 10d ago

Looked straight to the face too. Ouch

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u/mrstipez 10d ago

Power off

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u/OkBeing3301 10d ago

Microsoft sounds

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u/flapanther33781 10d ago

Not even. That was a straight power outage. Black screen. Done.

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u/NoWingedHussarsToday 10d ago

Mom's spaghetti

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u/meshpimpf 10d ago

Mom is a vegetable now

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u/APithyRetortForThee 10d ago

She makes a great sauce

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u/ithorlives 10d ago

Her brain is sauce.

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u/Pusmos 10d ago

Well, she used to...

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u/WalkerValleyRiders 10d ago

Knees weak moms a veggie

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u/staebles 10d ago

Filed a lawsuit against the horse already / but it's an animal so the ground the case is on isn't steady

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u/imsals 10d ago

This one wins.

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u/TommyBoyFL 10d ago

Mom spilled her head spaghetti

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u/BigOleDawggo 10d ago edited 10d ago

she’s nervous, but on the surface looks dead already

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u/Skullerprop 10d ago

"What's with the caved-in face, human?"

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u/chaosbella 10d ago

I was trying to find a news story to find out what happened to her and didn't come up with anything. I found this woman who also got kicked in the head by a horse.

The wound is horrifying. 🤮

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u/AfterPepper3 10d ago

She looks so happy, must be the brain damage, the peaceful bliss of TBI.

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u/websterella 10d ago

Pain killers, lots and lots of pain killers

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u/gamergoneawol 10d ago

Yup. Crushed skull, thats what i heard. Would have a splitting headache after that..damn.

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u/EquivalentSnap 10d ago

My god 😳🤢

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u/GreenMonster81 10d ago

I’m from Oklahoma. I had a buddy who’d come from Australia to work horses here. Dude took a shot straight to the face from a horse in a stable, it knocked his eye out and knocked him completely out. He actually came to, hobbled to the desk phone up front, and called EMT’s for himself. It left a gnarly scar across his forehead.

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u/PissedOffChef 10d ago

And then he swore like a scalded sailor and drank the entire hamlets supply of alcohol, swearing vengeance on those goddamned emus! Wait. Wrong sub.

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u/noNoParts 10d ago

Allegedly

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u/projectreap 10d ago

That's the most Aussie thing I've heard today. He just picked himself up like "nah don't worry about it I'll call the Ambos myself"

Probably cursing himself more than the horse too

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u/Reyzord 10d ago

Fuck his scar, what about his eye? Did he literally lose his eye because of the force transmitted or did the horse kick him in the eye?

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u/multocida 10d ago

It’s okay he has another one.

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u/GreenMonster81 10d ago

It got put back in. The horse kicked him in the side of his face/forehead.

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u/suffersbeats 10d ago

Must be one of those horse-to-hearse farms.

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u/OarsandRowlocks 10d ago

There must be parts of Ireland where both those words are pronounced the same.

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u/Torquemada1970 10d ago

ON A STEEL HORSE I RIDE

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u/f0li 10d ago

Wanted dead or .... nah, she ded

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u/Crykin27 10d ago

seriously tho, that kick straight to the head without any head protection, she might be eating through a straw after that.

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u/dksdragon43 10d ago

A girl at my high school died like this. Got bucked, got kicked. Horses are no joke.

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u/Brennis 10d ago

a horse walked into a bar

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u/whatlike_withacloth 10d ago

I think it was supposed to jump it.

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u/tekjunky75 10d ago

Horses are in gangs?

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u/lathe_down_sally 10d ago

Bartender says "why the long face?"

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u/Keyzerschmarn 10d ago

And that is when the horse answeres: "I killed someone today. But in my defense, she called me fucker!"

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u/Kaleidoscopekitty666 10d ago

Even another horse can die from a kick like that. I saw a video of a female horse kicking and killing a male horse because she wasn't in heat yet.

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u/grouchyrn 10d ago

Cuz no means no

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u/OarsandRowlocks 10d ago

Neigh means neigh.

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u/BasedKaleb 10d ago

deepest of exhales

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u/DanteHTID 10d ago

This is the dumbest and most hilarious shit I've read this month. Thank you

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u/zhozademon 10d ago

You win the internet today.

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u/never0101 10d ago

My wife's aunt got kicked in the head by a horse. She's permanently brain damaged now, it fucked her up bad. She had her face shattered, and really is lucky to be alive. Horses are hardcore.

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u/carpenterro 10d ago

As a young boy in the mid-1890s my great-great uncle got kicked in the head by one of their horses and had to be trepanned (removal of pieces of the skull to relieve pressure/clean the wound).

For whatever reason my family still has pieces of Uncle Roy's skull in a little leather bag.

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u/DennisFarinaOfficial 10d ago

The reasons are obvious.

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u/queencityrangers 10d ago

To teach the dangers of swearing at horses

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u/Balzanya48 10d ago

Bill grab the old skull bag and show the kids your uncle Roy.

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u/skepsis420 10d ago

I worked with a lady who luckily didn't have brain damage, but she has a massive metal plate in her head because she fell off a horse and it kicked her on the way down.

This is why I don't get near animals 4+ times my size lol

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u/RixirF 10d ago

and really is lucky to be alive.

Is she really?

Permanent brain damage, basically meaning you're not you anymore, probably lost motor skills, reasoning, and also disfigured if her face was truly shattered and she couldn't afford $$$ top of the line surgery. Add all that up and you're a burden to whoever has to take care of you forever.

That doesn't sound so lucky.

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u/HB1theHB1 10d ago

She could very well be dead. No shit

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u/Cultural_Cry_1799 10d ago

That sounded like a skull crack and it wouldn't surprise me if she was dead.

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u/flapanther33781 10d ago

Yeah, I wasn't expecting this and it happened to fast to pause it. That woman could very well be dead. It would be 100% her own fault, but that doesn't mean it might not be NSFL material.

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u/RunSpecialist9916 10d ago

Yeah I agree this is more at home in holdmyfeedingtube

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u/SmokinDrewbies 10d ago edited 10d ago

That's what I thought when my aunt's horse trampled her and she had multiple facial fractures. She was back on that same horse within like 3 months. Horse girls are crazy man.

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u/Deckard57 10d ago

From horse to hearse.

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u/jomarez 10d ago

From cowgirl to cow food

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u/PreviousFriendship85 10d ago

Farm to Table

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u/IodinUraniumNobelium 10d ago

I didn't realize horses were so directly responsible for making vegetables.

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u/OwnedPlugBoy 10d ago

What a bunch of horse shit.

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u/MonsieurZiggy 10d ago

Lmao, you made my day

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u/awenindo 10d ago

Famous last words

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u/TenTonFluff 10d ago

HEY! YOU F..MEBGGH

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u/DotNetDeveloperDude 10d ago

Why is it so dark out here all of the sudden? Oh shit I’m dead

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u/LFAFL 10d ago

Horses always look so graceful when they kick someone in the head

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u/coremech 10d ago

Graceful like a Street Fighter move. Like Guile doing an upside down kick.

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u/LFAFL 10d ago

Now that you mention it, that horse gives some Chun-Li vibes

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u/Rbespinosa13 10d ago

It’s the thighs. Same size as Chun-Li’s

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u/omnomnomgnome 10d ago

maybe some Dhalsim too

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u/queencityrangers 10d ago

I was thinking Eddy Gordo

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u/Megneous 10d ago

Their aim is always so on point.

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u/Robertbnyc 10d ago

The way they flip their body up is like a whip getting cracked except the hoof is cracking your skull

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u/p_saw 10d ago

They're so damn accurate too

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u/nodnodwinkwink 10d ago

I’m convinced they know exactly how graceful they look, posers the lot of them.

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u/Han-Seoul 10d ago

"remember social distancing, human"

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u/dystopian_mermaid 10d ago

This comment made me laugh way too hard.

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u/pickled-egg 10d ago

Yeah they're experts at it, they don't even seem to look and just know instinctively how to take people out.

Cool animals

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u/TalkingBackAgain 10d ago

This has to be pure instinct. Horse would be attacked by predators and they’d have to have a sense of where the attacker is so they could strike effectively.

That’s an animal that weighs upward of half a ton kicking the assailant in an area about the size of a fist. That’s one hell of a wallop right there.

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u/frigginjensen 10d ago

When you spend time around horses, you learn to always make sure they know where you are. Especially when you are in their blind spots (behind and a small zone right in front of their faces). You do not want to spook them by suddenly popping up. I usually make a little noise and always touch them when you walk through their blind spot so they can follow your movement.

The other weird thing is that it’s better to be very close to them than a few feet away. If you’re against them, they can’t get as much force behind a kick. The difference between a bruise and a shattered bone (or a body bag).

I love my horse but horses, in general, are terrifying. They go from docile to death machines in an instant.

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u/TalkingBackAgain 10d ago

They go from docile to death machines in an instant.

Is why I never need to be close to a horse. You never know how a horse will be spooked and what it will do when it’s in that state.

A kick like that is something I don’t need.

I stay away from horses. I don’t hate ‘em, they’re perfectly wonderful animals, I wouldn’t even think of mistreating them, I just don’t need to be near them.

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u/morgasm657 10d ago edited 10d ago

Dumb and angry isn't a good combination when working around big animals. But at least this is the sort of mistake you only make once...

Edit, yes, I mean I think it's her last ever mistake.

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u/smoothiegangsta 10d ago

I was riding a horse once and we were calmly and pleasantly going down a mountainside. Out of nowhere the horse starts bucking me. I flew off the horse, several feet down the mountain onto rocks. The guys who ran the operation looked at each other like whoa wtf bro. His kicks barely missed me.

I was hurt but we were in the middle of nowhere so I had to keep going, albeit on a different horse. Shortly after, my wife's horse in front of me lifted it's tail and farted little poop specks all over me.

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u/Klimskady 10d ago

I don’t think horses like you very much.

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u/smoothiegangsta 10d ago

My dreams of leading a cavalry charge have been crushed. Much like the lady's skull from the video.

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u/CrouchingDomo 10d ago

Sounds to me like you might be paying for cavalry charges you led in a past life.

No but seriously I’m glad you’re okay, getting bucked off down a mountain onto rocks is no bueno. I love horses but it’s easy to forget how frickin huge they are compared to us since most of us aren’t around them very often. Gigantic walking muscles with iron on their feet!

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u/smoothiegangsta 10d ago

Which is exactly why they're so good for charges.

Actually I've got some records of my great-great-great-grandpa who was a cavalryman. His horse was shot out from under him in battle and we have records of him purchasing a new horse (on his own dime).

I sometimes think of him and how ashamed he would be at my pathetic escapades with horses and their poop-farts.

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u/Orenmir2002 9d ago

I like to imagine he had to go through the poop farts as well and is sympathetic to you from up there, or maybe like a sports ball spectator yelling at the tv, trying to give you advice and you just cant hear em

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u/datpuz 9d ago

I was on my first ever horseback ride and it kept trying to rub me off by brushing my leg against trees. When that didn’t work, it reached back and kept trying to bite my legs. After that, I decided to avoid riding things that have their own minds in the future.

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u/ShadowPsi 9d ago

Horses are disgusting. When I was 5, we did a field trip to a farm in my kindergarten class. One of the horses sneezed all over some poor girl with massive ropes of snot that covered her from head to waist.

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u/LeoMc1987 10d ago

Yeah. I used to ride horses when I was younger, and even though I had a good command of a horse, all it takes is for one false move and you’re toying with death.

I hope this person never rides a horse again.

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u/reaperofsquirrels 10d ago

You are in luck. I don't think they will ride anything again.

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u/Titswari 10d ago

Maybe a wheelchair if they’re lucky

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u/BaskInTheSunshine 10d ago

They can shift their weight and crush every bone in your foot. Terrifying strength, and they're bitchy and vengeful too.

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u/pacingpilot 10d ago

The pics that always get me are the ones of a foot in flip-flops after getting stepped on by a shod horse and de-gloved. My sister reamed me out once because she showed up with her kids to mess with my horses after I had stressed wearing proper footwear, they were all wearing sandals and I refused to let them past the barn gate. I was a big mean doodie-head who ruined their barn fun day.

1) I ain't even taking a chance at having to see a de-gloved foot in person if I can help it, and

2) I don't even want to try to explain to my insurance why I allowed that situation to occur if they got stepped on, gross negligence is real.

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u/I_Embarrass_God 10d ago

As someone who got their foot crushed by a mare while wearing proper shoes, I could not even imagine getting stepped on with sandals on. Good on you for refusing to let them in, they might have been mad but being mad is better than being in the hospital

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u/pacingpilot 10d ago

God I've gotten stepped on so many times over the years. Worst was when squirrelly little App caught the tips of my toes and smashed/twisted as he took a step. Lost my big toenail. I'm pretty lax on a lot things in the barn, most of my horses are too old to get out of their own way and super chill but when it comes to footwear I don't bend the rule at all lol.

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u/Grav_Zeppelin 10d ago edited 9d ago

My aunt stopped riding after her horse kicked her in the chest and broke multiple ribs as well as sending her flying into the wall behind her with such force she received light brain damage

She’s all good now but still wont get close to a horse

Edit: spelling

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u/LeoMc1987 10d ago

Yeah that’s a wise decision. Sounds scary as hell.

When I young I used to ride at a local centre. The horses rotated so you had a different horse each time. There was one called Oscar who was a little bastard to everyone, even his trainer. He’d try and bite you as you walked past his stable. He threw me off one day and even though I landed flat on my back it knocked the wind out of me and shook me a bit. The only horse that ever threw me off

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u/Scott_Bash 10d ago

I can’t imagine getting kicked in the head will make her more intelligent

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u/justpassingthrou14 10d ago

It takes some very good surgeons to give you the opportunity to duck up that badly multiple times.

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u/Free2Bernie 10d ago

If she ducked down instead of ducking up she wouldn't need surgery.

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u/TenderfootGungi 10d ago

The opposite of a horse whisperer. Animals can sense our emotions.

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u/Herbetet 10d ago

That’s the easiest way to get rid of your old teeth.

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u/cfeeley91 10d ago

“Dentists hate this one trick”

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u/CrazyBeardman 10d ago

Does anyone know what happend to her like a news article of the sorts?

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u/raelDonaldTrump 10d ago edited 10d ago

I found a YouTube comment on this video where someone claims they know the cameraman thru Facebook, and that the woman broke some bones but wasn't permanently injured.

E: fair warning, the yt channel/host is a hot mess

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u/Balzanya48 10d ago

Dude. I made it to 3:27 before I was absolutely convinced this was going to be 17 minutes of He-Man Woman Haters Club speech

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u/Kage_Oni 10d ago

Around 2:00 I thought he was a horse rights activist.

This the typical (barn witch?) mentality teaching young kids that horses have to listen, and you gotta show'em whos boss, don't let a horse get away with nothin', keep'em out of your space.

He seems real upset with the current state of horse oppression.

#HorseLivesMatter #HorsesBeFree #CantBreakMe

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u/BretTheShitmanFart69 9d ago

This is the most sensitive crybaby I’ve ever seen. This dude seems like he is literal fuming at all times about some perceived blowback he will get for saying something that no one would give him shit for, and so much so that it winds up in people giving him shit for his overreaction and he takes that as verification that his overreaction is justified and proceeds to overreact more.

People like this should get kicked in the head by a horse.

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u/xTwizzler 10d ago

You're stronger than me. I read the video description and bailed immediately.

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u/HoldMyThrowawaysWife 10d ago edited 9d ago

He’s not wrong about the horse but to say she did what she did because she is a woman is the dumbest thing ever. There’s just as many jerky and dumb men as there are women. It’s scary how much resentment and anger he has towards women.

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u/soad2237 10d ago

Jesus you weren't joking. I just read the description on that video. Imagine going through life with such dark sunglasses on you can't see shit.

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u/OneChestTwoNipples 10d ago

Good god that man hates women!

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u/OhNoBannedAgain 10d ago

Turns out that horse boys are just as insufferable as horse girls. Who could have guessed?

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u/Terletberl 10d ago

As someone who grew up on a farm, all horse people are insufferable. Male, female, black, white, they are all awful to be around...

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u/BaskInTheSunshine 10d ago

He just hates women I don't think it has anything to do with horses.

When you use the term "feminazi" to describe random women on videos a lot I think that's safe to say.

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u/raelDonaldTrump 10d ago

Ya I almost added a disclaimer when I posted the link - his ranting is pretty pathetic

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u/mikenice1 10d ago

Wow he went from talking horses to "women aren't as smart or equal to men" in about 60 seconds.

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u/fievelm 10d ago

Yeah that was twenty minutes of a guy trying to both explain that women are entitled and dumb, but also that he doesn't hate women.

The horse in that video may as well been an extra.

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u/axonxorz 10d ago

"That's why -ah, uh- people think I hate women [...]"

Man reaaallly had to go get that comment in there lol

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u/VymI 10d ago

Holy fuck that channel is a bad place.

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u/ShredHeadEdd 10d ago

She died. Not of this though she died in a car accident a few years later.

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u/[deleted] 10d ago

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u/[deleted] 10d ago edited 10d ago

Dang, guess that's life sometimes. Thanks for the link man.

EDIT : I've been fucked; bamboozled; hoodwinked. But I guess that's life sometimes.

EDIT 2 : The dude rickrolled me then deleted mods removed their comment for some reason.

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u/Carefully_random 10d ago

That is life sometimes. You speak much truth.

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u/MadSoupSkills 10d ago

EDIT 2

It got removed by mods. If it had been deleted by the user, the comment would say deleted

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u/EDwelve 10d ago

She died. Not of this or the car accident a few years later though she died falling down an escalator a few months later. (The kick to face impaired her vision which lead to the car accident which weakened her knee which lead to her falling down the escalator)

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u/idosillythings 10d ago

I say this as someone who rode horses for years, and then made a really stupid comment here once about how to stop a horse from bolting away from you, only to be majorly corrected by someone who knew what they were doing more so than me.

A lot of horse people are really stupid when it comes to horses.

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u/demeschor 10d ago

Idk what it's like elsewhere in the world but here in the UK horse people are something else. I grew up riding and I just .. Don't understand how people can be so arrogant.

People generally learn to ride on relatively safe, well-trained horses and then for some reason think the perfect horse for them to buy is an unbacked 4 year old or a just-retired racehorse, and then they <surprised pikachu face> when they end up in hospital a few weeks later.

And then they blame it on the horse being naughty and not, yknow, an animal that doesn't know what you're asking of them. People don't understand the incremental effort it takes everyday to get your horse well trained in the end. It's honestly bonkers

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u/TailRudder 10d ago

We adopted a retired barrel racing horse. Fucker was impossible and would make super sharp turns randomly like he was in a race and throw you. He ended up just living out his days with the cows. He was nice, you just couldn't ride him.

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u/McGirton 10d ago

He ended up just living out his days with the cows. He was nice, you just couldn't ride him

That’s what my wife will say when I’m dead.

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u/MotherBathroom666 10d ago

You couldn’t, barrel racer probably could, this is your classical charizard dilemma here, you just didn’t have the respect of charizard.

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u/stoner_97 10d ago

Charizard dilemma. That’s so perfect. I’ll start using this from now on.

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u/Drizzt_Cuts 10d ago

Horse people are people, too. And people are fucking stupid.

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u/revolutionaryredhead 10d ago

I went to vet school in the UK and my equine rotation convinced me to not be an equine vet purely because of the owners.

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u/demeschor 10d ago

I'd say that's a good choice 😂

A friend of my family is a vet, the only animal he won't look at is horses and he always says

"I'm not going near an animal with a head this big <gestures full length of his torso>, a brain cavity this big <makes a fist>, and an owner's brain that's this big <pinches fingertips together>"

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u/Baby_MakingMusic 10d ago

Can you remember what the correction was?

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u/idosillythings 10d ago

I don't remember everything, but essentially, I was saying to pull their head around to get them to turn and stop, and the correction was to get down low and pull back gently and firmly.

My way was a good way to get the horse to turn really sharply and either fall or cause you to fall off.

I'm lucky in that it worked for me during my time riding, but the person who corrected me was right in that it was dumb and lucky that I had not suffered consequences from it. It stung. But yeah, they were right.

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u/proddyhorsespice97 10d ago

I've done both. If you're in a tight space the second option is best. In a wide open field you can turn them gently and keep making the circle smaller and smaller until they can't really go fast anymore. I used to do mounted games when I rode horses so I was used to turning really sharply on horses so turning sharply while it was dangerous worked for me. Wouldn't recommend it though.

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u/jbeuhring 10d ago

It takes alot to admit that!

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u/oh_rats 10d ago

As someone who didn’t ride horses for years: Accurate.

My cousin is the reason I won’t go near horses. I was riding her horse (literally the second time on a horse, the first being when I was 2, and held by my dad... probably on the same horse.)

I don’t know what the horse did, but apparently it was something that annoyed my cousin. So she jumped off the horse she was riding, took the reigns from that horse, and then slapped poor old Daisy (the horse) in the face with them while calling her (Daisy, the horse) a “dumb fucking asshole.”

Daisy may be a dumb fucking asshole, I don’t know. I’m not a horse expert. But she was very chill prior to that accusation, and became IMMEDIATELY not chill at all after the (physical and verbal) assault.

I learned that saddle horns can cause bruising in a MUCH larger are than one would think, given their relative size.

My cousin has literally helped birth baby horses and has reared them, since she was an infant (her dad is a vet). She’s now a vet. Specializing in large animals. I literally don’t know who could be more qualified around horses, she even has a horse medical degree, and she’s still fucking stupid when it comes to horses. Somehow I’m the only one out of the two of us who ended up bruised by a horse.

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u/amanecita 10d ago

That's really sad. I used to get frustrated with my horse but hitting is not the answer. If they nip you or something by all means give them a little bop on the nose. But if they're not doing what you want while you're riding chances are they just don't understand what you want. Basically, it's often rider error.

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u/Knuckledraggr 10d ago

I worked around horses for a couple years supporting a therapeutic horse riding center. Great experience. The best people to work with were observant and humble. The worst to work with were the opposite.

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u/rithvik2001 10d ago

She’s gonna wake up in the back of the Skyrim cart

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u/Global_Noise_5796 10d ago

Hey. You. You’re finally awake

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u/srv50 10d ago

Love it when someone loses the first round badly and decides that the winning strategy is to escalate.

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u/AreYouWinningS0n 10d ago

Against a horse, no less. Whether it’s a McDonald’s manager or a full-grown horse, Karens think they can take on the world.

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u/nedo_medo 10d ago

Once i was in hospital bcs of some stuff eith my eye, and beside me was a guy who had complications with his eye after getting hit by a horse like this. He got hit 8 years before that. This girl is up to some problems

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u/JehovahBruh 10d ago

That horse said “get fucking rekt noob”

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u/dystopian_mermaid 10d ago

Narrator: and she did

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u/muricabrb 10d ago

What did the horseshoe say to the face?

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u/M-Tyson 10d ago

How in the fuck are horses so accurate with their kicks, nearly all the vids I've seen are kicks to the head, you don't want to piss one of those motherfukers off, they are brutal.

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u/EllspethCarthusian 10d ago

I assume it’s because they have near 180° vision on each eye and can damn near see behind themselves.

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u/Doza93 10d ago

For real. I saw someone up in the comments saying this lady lived through this, but what I'm wondering is... how???? I was under the impression that horse-kicks to the fucking face are pretty fatal

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u/USA-cubicle-worker 10d ago edited 10d ago

Depends at which point in the kick the horse hits you. Think of the hoof as a person attached to a bungee cord. When they get to the end, right before they shoot back up, the person's velocity is actually zero. If the horse barely made contact at the end stretch of the kick, it might not be "that bad".

Also, the maximum velocity on that kick is probably really close to the end, right before it starts to slow down to retract the leg, so the difference between the worse possible kick and an easily survivable one is probably just a few inches 😳

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u/howdidigethere1976 10d ago

Horse: 1 Bitch: 0

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u/01000101010001010 10d ago

I guess it did not behoove this Karen to talk like that.

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u/CabinetChef 10d ago

What a dumbass.

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u/uptwolait 10d ago

I don't know, kicking that lunatic bitch in the head seemed like a pretty smart idea to me.

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u/QuarkyIndividual 10d ago

And who're they calling an ass? That's clearly a horse

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u/vookadork 10d ago

Nor sure what led to the human-toss, but her reaction definitely deserved a reaction from the horse. Either not so tame or a horse that was well-versed in her bullshit.

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u/LunaWolf92 10d ago

My grandpa used to own horses and I've been around them since I could sit up. He always told me that in order to ride a horse, you need to know that this animal could easily kill you, but chooses not to because it trusts you not to hurt it.

This woman, even if she was just going for the reins, was super aggressive about it. Trust gone

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u/Crykin27 10d ago

yeah horses pick up on shit fast. yelling in an angry tone and the way she walked to the horse, that horse thought I'm not gonna get slapped fuck you bitch.

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u/cerea1killer_ 10d ago

This lady knew nothing about horses

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u/Incontinento 10d ago

Well, she knows they kick hard.

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u/cerea1killer_ 10d ago

Now she does I guess

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u/smashteapot 10d ago

Rattled her brain so much I'm not sure she'll even remember.

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u/Dishiman 10d ago

I hate how some people treat horses as bicycles. It's a noble beast, not an item.

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u/nhcCjSixo 10d ago

100% her fault

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u/xBigRob666x 10d ago

The way she stiffens up tho!!!!

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u/Tigre3 10d ago

Not sure if everyone’s already seen the video of the horse killing another horse with a single kick to the head but yeah... they can do that

Don’t approach a horse aggressively, you will not beat their ass and at best you will likely lose the ability to walk

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u/Skullerprop 10d ago edited 10d ago

It takes a special kind of stupid to want to slap / hit a horse. Horses are oversized dogs when it comes to intelligence and attachment. Also, showing a aggression towards a 300kg creature who can kick the shit out of you, that's dumb, to say the least. I love the happy ending in this video.

Edit: a horse is way heavier than 300 kg. Thanks for the corrections.

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u/KrazyKateLady420 10d ago

Horse rules 101 is NEVER approach the animal from behind or ever get close enough behind them that a kick could reach out, you especially don’t want to startle it from behind. She was tossed from the horse, aggressive, angry, quickly approached from behind and reached out to strike and the horse even showed restraint before the kick. It tried to give her chances that most horses don’t even bother with, the annoyance of a fly to us is enough for a horse to throw a leg back. Her arrogance is mind boggling for someone who clearly rides and will have had all of this drilled in her head for many years yet there she goes slapping a horses ass from behind when it already was uncomfortable with her energy.

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u/Megneous 10d ago

Abusive, aggressive people seem to think that all other animals, including humans, should basically act like domesticated dogs and just take a beating. It's fucking gross. Then if an animal stops trusting them, avoids them, or has behavioral issues after experiencing abuse, they act like it's the animal with the problem rather than themselves.

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u/CptCroissant 10d ago

Yeah horses are probably closer to 500kg on average, with significant upward variability

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u/OtherwiseArrival 10d ago

I’ve always been impressed by how accurate horses can be with their kicks. That wasn’t an easy shot to pull off, yet it seemed so effortless.

We had two horses when I was a kid. I’d find snakes with their head in the shape of a hoof stomped into the ground.

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u/SneakyWigglez 10d ago

Pow, right in the kisser!

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u/northxblue 10d ago

Stuff like this is why I'm scared of horses, they're 1400+lb of very fast, very flighty panicking kick machines with auto-aim installed.

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u/LarryBrute 10d ago

My dad gave me an advice when I was a kid and we were seeing horses: “Don’t you ever go behind the horse”. That pretty much sums it up. That kind of kick can kill you instantly

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u/barto5 10d ago

I’m a bad rider. That makes you a pos!

Seems reasonable, Karen.

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u/scripteaze 7d ago

you cant just take your anger out on whoever or whatever is closest to you. This is the price you pay for being a cunt