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Miss Kitty was being nice to just lie down instead of bucking and dumping him off.
If your hired hand was sitting off balance it could make the horse saddle sore.
I've seen this happen before. In my case the saddle was rubbing on the horse and he just quit when he couldn't take it anymore. He was a huge 1200 lb. horse and the rider was 118 lbs. I bought a saddle with a better fit for his back and it never happened again. Watch out for poor or broken saddles.
She is a big, strong horse, and he is NOT too big for her.
The horse deserves better than him.
This guy is way too big to be on such a small horse. I feel sorry for her.
Maybe that big guy should have been riding on Marshall Dillon instead of little ol Miss Kitty.
This is one of my horses, and my hired hand. Miss Kitty was fine. I took her home, gave her a bath, and she trotted around the pasture. She just decided to go on a sit down strike.
Had to work the puzzle just so I could blow it up enough to see. Now I'm mad.....
Is that a real horse with a fat guy sitting on her?????
Must be a union horse... I quit!!