Matt Kirsch Posted October 27, 2022 Share Posted October 27, 2022 because people pay attention to signs, and/or aggressive drivers will suddenly stop driving aggressively if they know there's a horse in a trailer? Heck most aggressive drivers, if they even noticed the sign, would view it as a challenge. "Oh you think your horse is so special, you entitled so-and-so? I'll show you!" Do the horses have rearview mirrors in the trailer? When they see a car, they go "OH NO! A CAR!" and drop dead? I mean if horses are that fragile, why do you even transport them? Most of them would be DOA in the trailer. Maybe that's how they deal with the problem of old horses that nobody wants... just take them for a ride. They'll see a car and drop dead, problem solved. So it's okay to hit a trailer loaded with cattle, pigs, goats, or chickens? It's not about the poo. They call them "horse balls" for a reason. Now a cow can let some interesting stuff fly, but you never see a sign on the back of a cattle trailer, or any other type of livestock trailer. Random post that facebook put in my feed got me riffing on this subject again. 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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