Mrs Moulds has declined to make any comment....after all, those speaking out for you aren't exactly helping, are they?
The neighbour added: 'I don't know what happened and in what context but what is now happening to Sarah is horrible. She's terrified of being in her own home in case someone targets her or her kids there.'
She's got children? I wonder how she reacts when they don't do as they are told? Her employer certainly isn't happy to take any more chances!
'She's well known and respected in equestrian circles...
They should really be a different tense, shouldn't it?
...and her social media was bombarded with comments from very angry people after the video went viral and she's now had to close it down.'
Oh, boo hoo!
Her uncle David Kirkham from Bonsall, Derbyshire, insisted: 'She is a very upright person, a fantastic person who absolutely loves her horses.'
Odd way of showing it...
'I've seen the video but we don't know what the horse had been doing and if it was out of control.'
Does it mayyer? Does beating an animal help to get it under control, then?
'But we know it ran out onto the road and she told it off.'
Errr, no, if she did that to a person, she'd be charged with assault, not 'telling off'.
'She was reprimanding the horse. There was no malice intended. She is very well thought of and respected.'
Again, wrong tense.
It's no wonder Moulds herself isn't commenting!