It’s an iconic image that captures the spirit of horse racing, and one of the last to be changed in the sport’s history.
But this week, one horse left behind has a history that is far from straightforward.
A video that has been going viral on social media shows the horse walking off the trainer after being repeatedly hit by the trainer.
The video, titled “Horse hit by trainer,” was shared on social networks after it was shared by an anonymous user on the social networking website Facebook.
The footage is of a horse that is about to leave the trainer, but it does not show the impact the trainer had.
The trainer hits the horse hard, sending the horse tumbling over a cliff.
The rider walks away.
“Horses are just so much more complicated than this,” said Chris Wrenn, owner of the Wild Horse Park in California.
“I just don’t know how a trainer is going to handle that.
I’m not sure what that’s going to do.”
The video has been shared more than 20,000 times.
Wrenns and other experts say it highlights the complexity of horse training, and it shows that even when a trainer does a good job, the horse still has a way to go.
“You can’t be perfect and then expect to win,” Wrenna said.
And a horse can get into a corner and fall. “
A trainer can get knocked down and it can still work out.
And a horse can get into a corner and fall.
You can get hit.
You’re not going to get knocked out and you’re not getting hurt.
But you’re going to have that one bad moment, and then there’s nothing you can do about it.”
Experts say that trainers and trainers alone will not be able to stop all of the risks involved with riding a horse.
“We are all in the same boat,” said Wayne Senn, a trainer and trainer-receiver for the National Horse Show.
“What you need to understand is that the horses you’re teaching are different.
You are rewarded for what you do well. “
And I know that when we do a job well, you’re rewarded.
You are rewarded for what you do well.
But sometimes, you have to get up in the face of adversity and be able in the moment to do a better job.”
The trainer’s name has not been released.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.