47 Replies to “How-Slow-Can-You-Go Horse Racing in Hokkaido”

  1. I wanted to say most but ALL races and pulling cometitions thatvi have seen are horriffic, but somehow this look that bad…

  2. Honestly In my opinion this is just abuse to horses, I’m not hating on anyone that does this just saying that they are abusing these horses

  3. Um there are pulling compititions in Canada and the USA too just so you know… I thought this was gonna be something different/new because of the tittle lol XD

  4. Seems better than typical horseracing but still I don't imagine they enjoy being beat on the ass just to go faster

  5. Why the heck are you doing this? What is so funny with it. Competing in wich horse is fastest. Putting weights on the horse and then starts whipping it. For money?

  6. These horses are happier than there faster slimmer counterpart!
    And have less of a chance of a fatal breakdown.

  7. I used to ride a clydesdale/john mule cross (in my profile picture), she was 17 hh and a total brat πŸ˜‚!
    When she got spooked, it was super scary because she didn't realize just how big she was. Handling draft horses is a brave job 😹

  8. Hate horse racing and THEM that make the horses s$uffer
    THEY s$hoot horses don't THEY?
    WHEN the BEING can't run FA$T enough then WHAT?
    S$hameful acts of unkindness and blindness!

    Horrid people!!!πŸ˜’

  9. Ils sont trop chou mon dieu πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚β£οΈ

  10. It’s fucking slow because there being forced to drag a 90 pound cart, unbelievable and abusiveπŸ˜’

  11. They raise draft horses in Canada to ship to Japan to be slaughtered to eat. I wonder what happens to these horses when they cannot race?

  12. This is abuse… the horses are struggling to pull the weight and cant stop or will be wipped? Wtf?

  13. Thank you for picking this up!
    In Hokkaido, there is a history that farmers have pioneered land in the same way as the United States.
    Since the breed has been improved to carry the luggage, the strong class horse is very muscular!
    These horses supported the settlers, but in modern times they are only produced for this race …

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