Reversing Horse Abuse Alex Heck

Horse abuse can come in many forms, poor training, malnourishment, harsh devices, domination, and many more.

Many people think that by bullying a horse into submission, it will get the horse to obey them.

Horse abuse does not always include physically hurting them.

A true relationship with a horse is something that is built on loyalty, respect, trust, and most importantly, love.

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Created with images by pedrosimoes7 - "Black horse training" • BLM Nevada - "Gold Mountain HMA Emergency Wild Horse Gather 2013" • orijinal - "Horses!" • RogerGoun - "20070722-7659.jpg" • randallsaxton - "Sony a77, Sony 70-200 G F2.8" • Mangrove Mike - "Round Pen" • George Donnelly - "This Horse is in Terrible Shape" • BLMIdaho - "Lydia Smith and adopted mustang Kilchii"

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