Opinion by Bonnie Kohleriter
THE RENO NV SNAFFLE BIT FUTURITY
SEPTEMBER 8-15, 2019
It’s that time of year again when Rob Sharp, the Supervisor at the hidden BLM Burns Corral in Oregon, gets to sell those helpless two year old mustangs to Dave Duquette to be used in the Snaffle Bit Futurity in Reno, Nevada, September 8-15, 2019.
Dr. Thrill Seeker, Leon Pielstick, awaits eagerly for those helpless two year old mustangs, so that once again, he can stick his arm up their vaginas and rip out their ovaries with his ecraseur.
The Futurity bidders are in line to purchase one of those spayed two year old mustangs as they face the challenge to gentle them, saddle them, work them and of course, look forward to the $25,000 purse.
The mustangs will be asked, once again, to be ridden and to perform acts for which their non fused bones are not ready. But do these humans care about the abuse directed toward these innocent, helpless animals? After all, it’s all about “my self-indulgence, my pleasure, my entertainment.” Forget about what’s best for the horse.
And Forrest Lucas can continue to fuel his sadism toward these innocent animals, who he has never known. He uses them with his displaced emotions to strike back at the HSUS, who he sees as having done harm to him eons ago. Spaying these mustangs, working them in ways for which they are not to be used is, after all, Forrest’s way of preserving the ranching way of life that never really was. Yes, that would be the Forrest Lucas of Protect the Harvest who is financially supporting this Futurity and hopes to get rid of America’s wild horses by slaughtering or sterilizing them.
Forrest says in one mouth he wants to preserve the ranching way of life. The quarter horse Snaffle Bit Futurity Event using quarter horses has been the ranching way of life in Reno since the 1970s. Now Forrest wants to introduce spayed mustangs into what has not been the ranching way of life. Forrest appears to be a confused elderly person.
Please e-mail to the event expressing your thoughts toward the atrocity toward these young horses or write them: firstname.lastname@example.org or Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity, P.O. Box 70, Coarsegold, CA, 93614
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