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        07-22-2011, 01:51 PM
      #11
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Sayshell    
    you completely ignored my question... I said with a properly trained horse do you need an experienced rider? Will the horse fall over backwards if its well trained? I didn't say I was experienced lol, I don't know where your getting this from. I have tried google searches... and from watching videos of 9 year old girls doing it I think I might be able to which is why I am asking...
    Let me put it simply. A horse is not a motorbike and training is not a guarantee. So yes you need to be an experienced rider.
         
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        07-22-2011, 01:52 PM
      #12
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
    From my personal experience its NOT easy to sit on horse rearing high. You have to have a perfect balance (which takes years to develop) and perfect timing/cues. For example, if you pull on reins horse will flip over the head and crush your body (there is a good chance). In short you have to a very good (and very experienced) rider to be able to manage rearing. Sorry, but it just doesn't sound like a case.

    BTW, bucking is not nearly as dangerous as rearing IMHO.
    ok thanks that was what I was wondering.
         
        07-22-2011, 01:52 PM
      #13
    Showing
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    Originally Posted by Sayshell    
    you completely ignored my question... I said with a properly trained horse do you need an experienced rider? Will the horse fall over backwards if its well trained?
    Actually I did answer it. YES, you have to be an experienced rider. And YES, horse can still flip over because you won't know how to deal with rear properly.

    Edit: oops... Sorry... Posted and then saw your answer.

    And just to add... Neither of us try to be mean to you. I myself saw what the rearing horse did to the VERY experienced rider: he was sent to ER right from the trail. I'd hate to know it happened to someone else.
         
        07-22-2011, 01:56 PM
      #14
    Yearling
    YES, even a properly trained horse can rear too high, lose its balance. Do you think a properly trained runner can't tear an acl? Do you think a propely trauined k9 wont attack someone?
         
        07-22-2011, 01:58 PM
      #15
    Foal
    Alright I will hire someone in that case.
         
        07-22-2011, 02:00 PM
      #16
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by LetAGrlShowU    
    YES, even a properly trained horse can rear too high, lose its balance. Do you think a properly trained runner can't tear an acl? Do you think a propely trauined k9 wont attack someone?
    Depends on the animal. My rabbit is the master of rearing hahaha if she was bigger I would feel safe but horses don't have feet the length of their body.
         
        07-22-2011, 02:11 PM
      #17
    Showing
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    Originally Posted by Sayshell    
    Depends on the animal. My rabbit is the master of rearing hahaha if she was bigger I would feel safe but horses don't have feet the length of their body.
    If my horse would jump as high as my cat does I'd take all gold at Olympics! LOL!

    Good luck finding the rider/horse you need!
         

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