Horse fatally injured at rodeo

Horse fatally injured at rodeo

There are 11 comments on the Hays Daily News story from Aug 3, 2013, titled Horse fatally injured at rodeo. In it, Hays Daily News reports that:

Jitterbug, a saddle bronc owned by Beutler and Son Rodeo Co. of Elk City, Okla., was a 6-year-old mare who ran into the fence as she bucked at the rodeo.

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aaa

Weatherford, OK

#2 Aug 4, 2013
Very sad
PETA

Altus, OK

#3 Aug 4, 2013
That's cruel. I always cheer for the horse or bull to stomp the rider's guts out.
danny

United States

#6 Aug 7, 2013
Iam a.member of peta people eating tasty animals
just sayin

United States

#7 Aug 7, 2013
PETA wrote:
That's cruel. I always cheer for the horse or bull to stomp the rider's guts out.
You know maybe if you PETArds ate a steak once in a while you wouldn't be so fu ckin uptight. It would do wonderful things for your poop, which I assume is what your problem is. I agree that if someone takes on a pet, they should take care of that animal, but an animal should never be more highly regarded than a person.
Coconut Carl

Castle Rock, CO

#8 Aug 7, 2013
Most animals have more integrity and value than most people do. Especially weak willed, gullible religious bullshit munching people.
PETA

United States

#9 Aug 7, 2013
just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>
You know maybe if you PETArds ate a steak once in a while you wouldn't be so fu ckin uptight. It would do wonderful things for your poop, which I assume is what your problem is. I agree that if someone takes on a pet, they should take care of that animal, but an animal should never be more highly regarded than a person.
Actually, I do eat steak. Although it's beef, and not tube steak like you're accustomed to. I do place a greater value on human life. However, anyone that mistreats an animal such as bull and bronc riders do, deserves to get stomped on until their guts are hanging out of their mouth.
shantellie

Pleasantville, IA

#10 Aug 7, 2013
when are you gonna get on a horse and break a wild bronco?
Those horse are well taken care of. Its part of our roots, horseback riding, travelling. BUT you gotta train a animal with that much mass, to carry or pull.
PETA

United States

#11 Aug 7, 2013
shantellie wrote:

Those horse are well taken care of, UNTIL THEY KILLED IT. Its part of our roots, horseback riding, travelling. BUT you gotta train a animal with that much mass, to carry or pull.
I understand that, but this is about making an animal buck to achieve a higher score at a redneck/goat roper sporting event.
shantellie

Pleasantville, IA

#12 Aug 7, 2013
PETA wrote:
<quoted text>
I understand that, but this is about making an animal buck to achieve a higher score at a redneck/goat roper sporting event.
bet you buy some tickets to see this sporting event
shantellie

Pleasantville, IA

#13 Aug 7, 2013
technically rodeo came from mexico.... Not redneck.
Ryan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#15 Mar 20, 2014
I really hate the idea of rodeos... This is interesting for horse owners.. http://remedieshealth.com/horses

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