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Anky van Grunsven has to stop using the rollkur method that she uses to train her horses, and she must close her 'Anky Education Center', her riding s

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Anky van Grunsven, the 'famous' Dutch rider who is well known for the use of rollkur, which is invented by her husband Sjef Janssen, has opened a riding school named 'Anky Education Center'. She teaches her students to use rollkur. Not only dressages riders come to the center, but also eventing riders, showjumping riders etc. This is very upsetting. All those poor horses are, simply said, ABUSED! Because rollkur is horse abuse. The FEI claims that rollkur is no longer allowed, but they DO allow it, they just called it LDR and voilá; each and every rider can go on with what he or she was doing before. So millions of poor horses today still suffer under the rollkur-torture. So to begin with, the Anky Education Center, for which 'rollkur-academy' is a more suitable name, must be closed. ROLLKUR IS HORSE ABUSE! AND NO RIDING SCHOOL SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO TEACH THEIR STUDENTS HOW TO USE IT! AND THAT IS JUST WHAT ANKY IS DOING!!! CLOSE THE ANKY EDUCATION CENTER NOW!!!

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