Mini Bucking Ponies for SaleMini-bucking ponies for sale
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PITITUTION - National Centre for the Prosecution of Animal Abuse: Minature broncos used in rodeos
BREEDER/LOVER OF MINATURE PONIES ARE STANDING TOGETHER.............. Recently, breeders, owners and enthusiasts of minature ponies have been made cognizant of the continuous and ever increasing use of our loved race in unauthorized, profit-oriented junior rodeos throughout America, mainly in Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Colorado, Wyoming and Alberta, Canada. We' re also concerned that more and more minature riders are riding for all kinds of sport.
We' ve created an association where we exchange news and e-mails and voice our concerns that our beautiful minature ponies are being used in the dangerous sports of bronze busts. We are all feeling the urgent need to enlighten the rest of the planet about this devastating use of the race of small ponies by some profit-oriented group.
Lets educate about the breed: The minature horse is its own race....... a race of its own on altitude basis.... and was proclaimed a race of its own by the American Minature Horse Association in 1978. They' re not small'big horses'. For the American miniature horse association and the "A" department of the American Miniature Horse Registry are valid minature ponies up to a size of 34inch.
The" B"-division rules of the AMHR are 34 to 38 inch high. The" B" section (over 34" to 38") of the American miniature horse registry kids can weight about 60lbs. It' s very evident that many of these non-sanctioned junior rodeo tracks consciously ignore this important information and keep using thumbnail hump bronze with much bigger kids on the back of this sensitive race.
There' s another big worry....the junior rodeos who ride without saddle and the" Rank Minis" are only 5 to 9 years old. By D.A. in Florida: "I write to voice my concerns and revulsion about the practices of using mini-horses and small ponies for the questionable rodeos of the buck.
On the basis of a forty-year + internation horse riding experience, I am uniquely placed to consider this use of mini-horses as improper and atrocious. It is also very worrying that the young kids who try to rid them through a hump life are exposed to severe injuries from falling, not to speak of the fact that their body is not fully mature and the traumatic effects placed on their limbs and spine expose them to further obstruction.
"I' m the holder of ************ minature ponies. I' m a member of the American miniature horse association (AMHA) and the American Miniature horse registry (AMHR). I' ve been breeding and showing these mini-horses for sixteen years. Coaches have been showing my ponies for fifteen years. I' m talking about my concern about the use of minature ponies as a rodent for children.
I' ve seen many pictures on Facebook that use these little ponies as humpback bronzes. These children are too big for these little cats. These little ponies are being driven by the children. I myself and other owner of minature ponies are horrified by this misuse of the loved one. Those minature ponies don't merit this kind of work.
You use the terrible word "rank" to describe your small group of rodeos. All these groups injure the race "Miniature Horse"! "For 17 years we have bred, shown and loved minature cats. We' ve also taken mini-cars to nursing homes and personal birthdays for humans and kids to stroke and care for.
They are too big and will damage the backs of these little animals. Narrow humpbacks are used and, as I said, they are shock to turn them into bucks, because that is not theirs or theirs! We all, who adore miniature, are horrified and disgusted to see these little ponies mistreated every single working days!
It was not raised as rodeos. What do these tyrants want to smash these little beasts for? "and Shetland ponies in Western Minnesota. I' m also a senior accredited judges for the American Miniature Horse Registry, American Shetland Pony Club and American Show Pony Registry - I have travelled the land and represented the interests of these associations and promoted the mentioned races on an international level.
Small size small size small size ponies have a smaller boning and therefore a lower load bearing ability. On the basis of the images presented on several Facebook pages (and which have been deleted afterwards), the thumbnails used are quite small. Some of the images show creatures that are not even larger than the massive slabs on the "hump tips".
Having talked to several rodeos, I found out that these massive records are 3ft high. That would be more than twice what a thumbnail can support in physical form! We have many images of "children", several at once, hunting and trammeling these little animals and then throw them to the floor.
I have experienced that even the "wildest" minature animal stands still when raised and treated softly - as a race; it is the friendliest and gentle. The rodeos use violence to make these creatures hump, step and "evil". "We, as American breeders, owners and lovers of miniatures, have clearly confirmed our reservations.
When you are an pet fan, a horselover, a human being...HELP US saves the miniature horses race integrity...HELP US protects these beautiful and one-of-a-kind horses from an abuse that never took place...and HELP US saves small kids from assault in the junior rodeo game.