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O'Mally and Patrick
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7 Comments

Reply Hein
11:32 AM on October 14, 2013 
and just for good order, I do recognise that PK is one of the best (Natural) horseman in the country.
What he preaches is common sense, unless he is all zolled up and than he is just funny.....
Reply Hein
11:29 AM on October 14, 2013 
If a PID was required why enter him? The owner maybe....:-)
I do not recall PID's even being a term of refferece in those days and remember PK using some pretty forcefull and pain inflicting methods on horses those days and get results!!!
Horses for courses, some need a smack and PID and others can be tought in a more humane way.
The Kaydle is one of the worst PIDs I have ever seen!!!
Reply Nicky
4:20 AM on May 10, 2012 
What a beautiful relationship between man and horse! I hope that Manhattan and you will reach the same closeness that you did with O'Malley.
Reply Patrick Kaye
1:41 PM on May 9, 2012 
O'Malley (20 years) South African Eventing Champion 1984. The rules FORCED the use of a PID in his mouth.(Pain Inflicting Device) I had intended to ride without a bridle.
Reply Karen
4:30 PM on October 20, 2011 
A little tear. I remember him SO well. xxx
Reply Patrick K
3:32 AM on September 30, 2010 
The best horse in the world at the time. He understood about 100 words. No wonder he became "Eventing Champion.
Reply O'MALLEY
4:30 PM on September 27, 2010 
At the South African Eventing Championships "O'Malley" was FORCED by the Horse Society to have a PID in his mouth (Pain Inflicting Device )
He wasn't used to it and he hated it.!!!