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    12-14-2009, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by MN Tigerstripes    
RiosDad - What do you mean she is setting the horse up to fail? Riding bareback or how she rode?
I don't care how good someone thinks they are bareback they are not equal to riding in a saddle. I have rode bareback many a time but on a very well trained horse and only loping big circles around the arena.
NOt a one of you could survive a good working trot for even 15 minutes over hill and dale. Downhill trotting, downhill loping reduced you to riding the neck. You guys are just kiding yourself if you think you can work a horse bareback . If all you do is want to walk around the pasture, a pony ride so to speak then fine but if you really want to ride, to really work a horse then you need a saddle.
Even Indians didn't ride bareback . We already established that the Greek's were the only ones who rode bareback and to offset the lack of ability bareback they rode with vicious bits.
Nobody can do a good job bareback.
     
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    12-14-2009, 07:35 PM
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Alright, nice to know your opinion on the issue. Thanks for answering my question.
     

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