The Cruelty Of Equestrian Sports

The Cruelty Of Equestrian Sports

The Cruelty Of Equestrian Sports

” … equestrian sport by nature can’t be even defined as a sport. Yes, any sport includes records and victories, but these records and victories are gained by one’s own sweat and blood, by one’s own pains and efforts. And equestrian sport (if we study the issue) represents parasitizing on physical abilities of another living being which does not want to be engaged in this sport but forced to it by pain and beating. So why the hell we call it a sport?

Among all sportsmen there are no more than two percent of real sadists, and others just do not realize what they’re doing”.

As you look through this small collection of typical photographs of equestrian sports and other human activities which involve horses, you could consider where does the greatest human cruelty and dishonesty come from. And you probably would answer that it is the «iron» in the horse’s mouth.

But this wouldn’t be completely true. Look closely at these photographs: at the faces of the horses writhing with pain and fear, at their tormented eyes, at their bodies blasting with muscular strain, at their mouths and legs pouring with foaming saliva and sweat. Look at the human faces disfigured with anger and fear.

Try to ask yourself honestly:

Why humans do these kinds of things to creatures who think and feel as much as humans do?
What is the purpose of this now, in the 21 st century, when savagery should belong to the past?

We will give you an answer at the end of this atlas of cruelty. An now – look and consider… There is a great myth of sportsmen that says that all of these photos are trivial and that there are no such things in real equestrian sport. But its not true. This Atlas contains photographs of what champions and masters of sports do. All the photographs here are typical and you can easily verify it if you’ll visit any equestrian event with your own camera. None of these photos were processed via Photoshop. They are all true facts.

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About the author

Alexander Nevzorov

Alexander Nevzorov developed Nevzorov Haute Ecole (NHE), a method of working in partnership with horses without any constraint, punishment, bridles and bits. He teaches horses to perform the most difficult elements of Haute Ecole without the use of restraints and makes all this happen on a horse that is in perfect collection.


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