Bronc Peelin Horse Starting – Can’t Believe He Didn’t Fall Off!

This guy has quite the seat for staying on! This isn’t my preferred method of colt starting, but it is a commonly used one. Remember to share this with your friends on Facebook!

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  1. Annette

    I am surprised you even share this video on your site? Maybe he is good at staying on the horse, but the horse is scared to death. I don’t see how this kind of abuse fit´s on a “Site for horsepeople” ?

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  2. Kate

    This is horrible. Maybe he stayed on, great. But the reason he got such a ride was that the poor little horse wasn’t prepared at all for a rider. This cowboy didn’t do his homework, and its a shame the poor horse had to pay for it.

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  3. tammy

    You ladies have no idea how some colts are started. This man didnt hurt this horse and this is the way that most cowboys have done it for years !!!! Ive seen many many trainers start colts out and it looked nothing like this. Do your homework and you will find that this wasnt that bad at all. Especially big barns that take in alot of colts to break. Ive seen colts beaten and worse. This man did nothing to hurt this colt. Its easy to sit back and say this was abuse when you are ignorant about colt breaking in general. And just so you know, most of you ladies out there that say these types of things end up with colts that are babied and are nothing but spoiled and you end up hurt on them. Im not condoning abusing a horse, however you cant go out there and talk baby talk to the horse and expect it to be a good broke horse. All I can do is shake my head at you and laugh cuz there are always gonna be people out there like you that claim abuse on traditions thats been going on for years that are in no way form or fashion abuse. This man simply knows what hes doing.

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    • Plaudit

      I think he skipped most of the games. I wish I could hold on like that. Now that colt knows if I buck that is not the answer and since he didnt fall off, this horse will probably not buck under saddle. I wish I has the brass to ride the buck out and like all the tree huggers out there, make the right thing easy.

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    • Darlene

      Tammy , maybe 100 years ago when people were stupid , there are better ways now days and you get a better sound horse by do It that way . Big barns are in it for the money and just because they still do that doesn’t make it right , many horses have been hurt. I was raised on a ranch ,we had stallions and mars , and we never broke any of our houses that ways , So don’t try to tell people that is the right way to brake a animal . If my dad seen any ASS do that to one of our working horses he would sent packing . Your showing just how uneducated you really are.

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  4. Anonymous

    Oh, just because something has ” has always been done that way” or is steeped in tradition doesn’t make it best practice. Why would any real trainer take a chance on getting herself or the horse hurt? We know better and more humane ways now. I think there is a HUGE difference between spoiling a horse and training in a way that uses knowledge and respect. This video seems below this blog.

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  5. Anonymous

    i have a feeling this young cowboy has already forgotten more about colt starting then any one of y’all will ever know. It’s obvious that he makes a living off the back of a horse….there is absolutely many many way to skin a cat, but there are faster and more effective ways than the parelli method…..good ride cowboy

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  6. Britta

    Horrible. That poor horse was scared to death and didn’t know what the rider wanted. This is the typical “Cowboy”, who thinks it is cool to stay on a bucking horse. So sad, that this is considered “cool” 🙁 🙁

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