Last year, a Tennessee Walking Horse bucked and threw rider Jasmine Graves out of her saddle during a performance. Graves woke up from the seven-minute fall with an injury. However, for the first time, their Horse was brought down in his efforts at revenge. The Horse let out a defiant snort, and Troxell told him to sit on his haunches. While everyone watched in awe, I just heard him let out one last snort as he collapsed next to the rider.
Her feet can’t feel the ground, her Horse doesn’t answer her, and there is nothing left to do but swallow the boi on his rider. The Tennessee walking horse got his revenge the old-fashioned way on the rider, with a quick Big Lick in the North Carolina Championship Horse Show, where he threw his rider on the ground. The Horse’s rage was too much for some spectators to enjoy the show, at least not without feeling uncomfortable.
Why does the Tennessee horse want to take revenge on his rider?
The Tennessee walking horse wants to take this revenge because he was mistreated and tortured by his rider.
The reaction of this Horse was due to his inability to tolerate the discomfort. Similarly, this can happen with other riders if they cannot take care of their horses properly. Therefore this horrible incident delivers this beautiful lesson to all riders.
How did the rider mistreat his Tennessee horse?
The feet and hooves of his Horse were not designated for toleration of the forced deformity that this Big Lick represents the horses subjected to their full enforced training. And these activities come under animal cruelty.
No horse owner, trainer, or rider is allowed to force their Horse to step like their desirable unsightly means unnaturally. We need to raise awareness because numerous horses are being abused by their owners, who have been brainwashed and need help.