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It’s disgusting and disgraceful, especially as a good majority are proven to be Walers and the direct decedents of the bloodline we specifically breed for the military before world war 1, by the end of ww2 we sent 140,000 of them overseas. By all accounts they were envied by all our alies for being the hardiest and toughest out there with insane stamina compared to the other breeds on the field.
- I’m not sure they are as handsome as your mustangs but they are amazing. It’s so wrong and people are fighting for them and saving as many as they can to homes before the cullings but are losing the battle. They deserve respect, instead of being tricked and trapped then sold to doggers or shot from the air. We lost so many to the fires there is absolutely no excuse if there ever was one.
- It is beyond comprehension HOW man can do the things he is doing to our wild horses and burros. These are one of God’s most beautiful creatures. They bother no one, and just run wild and free, as was intended. Man will have a lot to answer for come judgement day! God bless our wild creatures!
- Animals to go above and beyond and give whatever is asked of them for their humans. I saw the movie War Horse. They do know what they are doing and they did it with courage. So did the dogs. Their service should never be forgotten
They say dog’s are man’s best friend, maybe they are, but the horse and mule should be right up there too, they carried the settlers to the west, they carried the mail, to many things to mention, still used by the police, but we never mention what a great friend they are, and have been.
And neither they, nor their humans, should ever have had to do this. And, I pray that we find a way to stop all wars and territorial fighting for our race, and all the equine nations as well. We should learn from them how to live so beautifully in peace.
I bawled during the movie War Horse because it made me recognize what they asked and expected of horses. I struggled with my emotions for a few days after. The animals in war in general. May we never forget