Get Rolkur Stopped
Rollkur or hyperflexion of the horse's neck is a practice in equestrianism defined as "flexion of the horse's neck achieved through aggressive force" and is banned by the world governing body, the International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI). The FEI recognises a distinction between rollkur and the riding of the horse in a deep outline not achieved by force. But the FEI Still allow riders to compete with the horses that suffer from hyperflexion. Patrik Kittel a swedish rider is well known for his use of rollkur , but he was then allowed to compete in london 2012 with a horse suffering from hyperflexion. A new bone eventually grows around the horses joints in their neck causing arthritis. Over time the horses Neck will stiffen and the horse will suffer extreme pain. We want people to Sign This petition , to get rollkur stopped and banned. When Completed , this petition will Be Sent to FEI with a complaint Letter and Then it will be sent to the national worldwide horse trust. Join our Cause and this abuse stopped !