12-02-2012, 10:34 PM
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Because they don't have a rider on top to try and balance as well ;)
But, if you are happy to simply throw your weight to one side and unbalance the horse enough to force a change, then go right ahead. Sure, the change will be there but it will most likely be broken, unbalanced, and the horse will become nervous as it had to struggle to stay upright.