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  • Funny video of pepole getting bucked off horse

 
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    01-22-2007, 01:16 PM
  #11
Yearling
Thats so funny, I wish I was there to see that happen, Lol.
     
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    01-24-2007, 07:37 PM
  #12
Weanling
Ooman..i've have fell off and have sorta slipped off...


it was the first time I had ridden besides the pony rides at the zoo...and it was going great... we were in a feild and I was doing really good ( for a first-timmer 7yr old) then the horse took off at full speed and I held on for about 10 seconds then I fell flat on my face...it took like 15-20 minutes to slow down and stop the horse...

The other time I was trotting in the arena when my saddle just slipped to the side of my pony...i had her slowed down to a walk then stop while I was sliding on the ground because my feet were stuck in the stirrups...
     
    01-30-2007, 10:07 AM
  #13
Foal
Ive been bucked off tons! Haha all the instructors I've had have said to me "your not a good rider til youve fallen off 7 times!" the worst one was on a small black pony he decided to buck me off before a jump and I landed slap bang in the middle of it, it hurt alot!
     
    03-21-2007, 11:41 AM
  #14
Foal
Last night I went down to fetch my 12Hh welsh mountain from his field to his stable for the night. I thought I'd tie the lead rope as reins and ride him up.

Usually when I do this he is good as gold. I try to get a little canter but he just trots or only gets s few strides in like a donkey.

But last night he was like the wind! I didn't have a hat on either. I'd left the gate open at the end of the lane but the electric was up and it was dark so he wouldn't see it. And he was tearing towards it at full gallop. I've never been that fast on little Billybob before.

Then he started bronkoing. It was rather funny thinking about it now, but when it was happening I was like 'woah!' I could just imagine him getting wrapped in the electric and me stoving my head in on the gate.

But we didn't get that far. I was off just before the gate and landed in a huge muddy hole where the tractor wheels had dug in. Luckily Billybob stopped and didn't trample me.

It was a right adrenalin rush. Is itb just me or do any other people like bronko horses?

Rachelx
     
    10-19-2007, 11:12 PM
  #15
Foal
Deffinatly not just you! I love being on a bucking horse! ( I know wierd right?) I love the feeling, it's amazing, and Galloping... It leaves me speechless!
     
    10-20-2007, 10:27 AM
  #16
Foal
goodgood. I'm glad I'm not alone (:
     
    10-30-2007, 03:21 PM
  #17
Foal
Oh wow I have lots of stories of me being bucked off...

My mare was the first horse I've ever really been bucked off of..I was training her to ride in the pasture because I had no round pen and all was good till a CHIHUAHUA came running from 3 houses down and started barking at her, I tried to calm her down but she went straight up in the air and went to bucking so hard I thought I was on the bucking broncs at the rodeo...I stayed on for a pretty good while but then my arms started acking from holding on to the saddle horn and I fell flat in the dirt...After that incident she always tried to buck again but it wasnt as intense as the first time...I kinda fell to her bluff and would jump off her and didnt get back on for a long time...That was the first time I was truley scared to get on a horse..It has taken 3 yrs to just get in the saddle without worries of being bucked off or worse..I was a nervous wreck after that incident..And I tell you I really didnt get back on a horse till about 8 months later, I just kinda gave up..
     

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