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rickgrimes
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2011
3846 posts

Texas baws - Surely there are better ways to mount a horse, right?



dawgfan24348
Georgia Fan
Dahlonega, GA
Member since Oct 2011
45302 posts

Not sure how he thinks that would end well


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grizzlylongcut
Montana Fan
Member since Sep 2021
2646 posts

I will never feel sorry for this level of stupidity.

You never walk up behind a horse


Good Times
LSU Fan
Hill top in Tn
Member since Nov 2007
22950 posts

I bet he stuck the landing. Head first.


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3nOut
Colorado State Fan
Central Texas, TX
Member since Jan 2013
23283 posts

I did grow up around horses and that is not how I was taught.

If you have to come up behind a horse, you come close enough to make sure it can’t wind up.


Hickok
LSU Fan
Htown
Member since Jan 2013
2438 posts

Nice kick. Dudes gonna have about 3 months of bed rest to think about the difference between mounting a whore and a horse


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tigerinthebueche
LSU Fan
Erwinville, LA.
Member since Oct 2010
32932 posts

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You never walk up behind a horse


oh shut up. You never walk up (or anything else for that matter) behind a horse with which you aren’t familiar.
I’ve never owned a horse I couldn’t walk behind, around, on the side of or any place else for that matter. Of course i would never try to do that Stupid shite he did either.
He got exactly what he deserved.


armsdealer
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Member since Feb 2016
7088 posts

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I’ve never owned a horse I couldn’t walk behind,


I worked at a stable when I was in my early teens and I trusted all but one of the horses… until I was in the metal stable with one of the best horses and lighting struck a tree maybe 50 ft from the doors. I thought that horse was going to kill me. I never stood near the back half of a horse again even though it didn’t actually kick me, but it bucking wildly outside of the stall was scary.


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Hurricane Mike
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Member since Jun 2008
17215 posts

That guy is no Chris LeDoux


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T
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Member since Jan 2004
8896 posts

The Three Amigos taught me that is the correct way to mount s horse.


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OK Roughneck
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The Sooner State
Member since Aug 2021
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..... Bet he doesn't do that again.


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Ghost of Colby
US Space Force Fan
Alberta, overlooking B.C.
Member since Jan 2009
6447 posts

He’s lucky. It looks like he caught the back of the horse’s right leg to his right thigh.

A hoof to the head or nuts would be a much worse outcome.


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Slingscode
Rice Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Sep 2011
1536 posts

No that's the way I was taught.
Minus getting the shite kicked outta me.


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DarkDrifter
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2011
1889 posts

Yeah ....that's not how it's done


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HerkFlyer
Gulf Coast
Member since Jan 2018
2166 posts

Saw my old man do that more than once when I was a kid, without getting the shite kicked out of him.
This post was edited on 8/5 at 10:44 pm


PowerTool
Texas A&M Fan
The dark side of the road
Member since Dec 2009
19089 posts

The stuntmen who could do that kind of stuff for old Hollywood westerns were real old timey cowboys. It's not something you just decide to try.


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Mid Iowa Tiger
Iowa State Fan
Undisclosed Secure Location
Member since Feb 2008
14010 posts

Thats funny. We have had horses we could do that with in a quick mount - basically leap frog into the saddle. The key is they need to know you are coming. He startled his horse and paid the price.

For ours, we had a soft whistle for them to know we were coming.


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Mid Iowa Tiger
Iowa State Fan
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Member since Feb 2008
14010 posts

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You always mount a horse from the left side



False, you always mount a POORLY trained horse from the left side. Horses can be trained to mount from either side, in fact our calf roping horses are mounted and dismounted from both sides every day.



HerkFlyer
Gulf Coast
Member since Jan 2018
2166 posts

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False, you always mount a POORLY trained horse from the left side. Horses can be trained to mount from either side, in fact our calf roping horses are mounted and dismounted from both sides every day.


I know, it’s really just tradition. The horse doesn’t care.


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