From biomechanical to psychological influences, what effects do we have on our horses while riding?
Just because humans have been riding horses for millennia doesn’t mean horses are actually meant to be ridden. The horse’s long back muscles and vertebrae were designed for galloping, not carrying weight. That can be a tough pill to swallow for equestrians. But it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t r
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