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        03-29-2014, 02:31 PM
    Good article! I will say however that there's that once in a blue moon horse that knows how to get you off when you do as you said. I was taught what you described, my gelding and mare went through enough people who were taught this and now has a gift for unseating everyone (my mare has gotten everyone, even PBR people off except for me). I've always been lucky that whenever I bail or get thrown I go completely limp and that has saved my skin more than once! (Had a doctor tell me that I would have broken my spine had I not gone limp during my flight.) I think people forget sometimes that we need to learn how to fall as well as not fall. :)
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