Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Some People Need to See a Therapist.....Really

I recently went to Google to search other horse blogs and came across one that turned up on the first page. I'll not mention the name of the blog because I don't want to give the poor little boy who writes it any traffic. I checked this blog out , only once to get an idea of what it was. It's a hate blog, of not only horses, but of other races and cultures. It amazes me how someone, even someone who is allowed to express their opinion can get away with this crap. I did notice however, the little baby boy had disabled his comments. Apparently, he cannot take the heat. I think the poor little baby must have gotten kicked by a horse as a little tyke and hasn't gotten over it. Perhaps the horse that had kicked him intuitively knew what he might grow up to be. Hate is such a strong word. Grow up little tyke, grow up.

3 comments:

Sarah said...

Callie,
You might be able to report this blog or flag it if it contains really offensive material.

Also, is a Spotted Saddle Horse a breed? If it is I've never heard of it, but it is a very interesting look.

Callie said...

Yes, A Spotted Saddle Horse is a breed. It's a naturally gaited horse that can trace its roots to horses that escaped from ships that crashed on US shores, much like the Mustangs. They were spotted and naturally gaited and often were used during the Civil War. Selective mating brought about the colorful,smooth gaited horse.There is a Spotted Saddle Horse Breeders & Exhibitors Association located in Tennessee that was established in 1985 and a National Spotted Saddle Horse Association. My Kola is not registered but can be. I trail ride and don't plan on breeding so registration isn't that important to me. Riding a gaited horse is like sitting in a Jaguar. You stay firmly planted in your saddle and don't feel the road, so to speak. Where riding my little Morgan/Quarter cross mare is more like an old chevy chevette, which is ok too, just a difference. I wouldn't trade either of my mares for the world.

annette said...

I think I know the blog you are talking about here... stupid is as stupid does. Oh well. Unfortnately this world is full of idiots.

The best thing to do would be to remove warning labels and let the survival of the fittest weed out the morons...