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Horse riding can be so much fun, but not all of us have tried this activity.

Have you ever ridden a horse?

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I never have, but I would absolutely love to. It's on my bucket list!
by Vee
A couple of times on trail rides. I used used to ride my uncle's horse when he lived on a property. I'd often do it bareback, and even though the horse was the laziest one in the world and I spent more time trying to get it to stop eating and move, it was still a lot of fun.
OOOOOh Yessss!!!!
Nearly got badly hurt too, I LOVE them, but you have to be on your guard.
I use to go horse riding every week when I was 30.Loved it, but gave it up, after the scare.
Too old now.
Ive been on pony rides as a kid, but that is it.
Took hold of an opportunity to ride a horse along the beach side. Best experience EVER! :)
Yes, a couple of times. It was fun. Not something I'd probably ever get really into since I probably will never own my own horse but it made a nice change. My preschooler when on a short pony ride last year and loved it.
I have ridden horses both as a child and an adult and it's definitely scary when riding as an adult if you haven't ridden in a long time.
The last time I went, I was about 6 weeks pregnant and didn't know.

The only horse I've been on is a merry-go-round. I love looking at horses - they are majestic creatures, but I draw the line at climbing aboard their backs.
No, I've never had the opportunity. Last time I could have, I was pregnant and didn't want to risk falling off because I'd never done it before. I'm sure I'll get to do it one day...
I went for a horse riding lesson once. Actually make that at least 3 times. Loved it.
Yes and I wish I could do it more often! It is so therapeutic and makes me feel like I have a connection with a beautiful horse :)
Never got to. But would surely want to try.
Love riding my horses and age is not going to stop me (over 60). Unfortunately not many places to trail ride in SA other than on roads as not allowed to ride in Parks, eg Flinders Ranges.
No..the only horse I have gone on is of a merry-go-round. that I really liked!
When I was a child I was madly in love with horses and ponies and desperately wanted one. I used to go riding as much as possible, but haven't been for many years.
No I never got a chance to ride a horse.
No I never got a chance to ride a horse.
I have - and the horse in front of me kicked back and almost got me in the face! Goodness it scared me.
Scary, Matteo! It's called what horse in front did, 'pig rooting'. It's an movement by an 'unhappy' horse! It could be scared by something or just plain wants to get rider off its' back! That's just ONE of the reasons' you DON'T get too close to horse in front of you, at ANYTIME!
by donjo
When I was about 12 I was on a horse got thrown and ended in a prickle bush. It took me until in my 30s to get back on and that was on a trail ride overnight with a bunch of friends. I was given the sturdy, steady pack horse whilst my friends all fantastic riders had fun riding and playing on their horse up and down the hills as we went along. Both frustration and inspiring. Those same friends were serious horse trainers and talked of their deep love and respect for horses.
Yes, when I was a little girl.
by Gia
I have never ridden on a horse but rode a camel once. I have never had any experience of horses so am not keen to learn to ride.
yep!
Since I was 9! So all my life. Used to ride in my city's Royal Show.

Did EVERYTHING one can do horse-riding! Polo, Polocrosse, Show Jumping, Cross Country, Dressage, Trail Riding, being a 'Strapper'.
Have all my own Tack & outfits, for comfort.

It's THE most wonderful Sport! Very relaxing, great fun, meet great 'horsey' people. Having good rapport with horses' is just a joy!

They know the difference between a 'rider' & 'non-rider' the moment you approach them, & they will 'play-up' with the latter poor person!

The Olympic Equestian events are the ONLY ones which involve TWO different 'living beings', a horse & its' rider. NO other Sport has this!

Yes, through the mountains of Colorado. It was beautiful.
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