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Can You REALLY Ride?

Test your knowledge of horseback riding. Are you as good as you think?

I can be ridden without a pad or with a pad, but nevertheless you will not need a saddle. What kind of riding am I? Bareback riding.
What are saddles made of? Wood, leather, and metal.
Name the two basic types of riding. English Riding and Western Riding.
Name some English Riding events. Jumping, dressage, cross-country, horse racing, English pleasure.
Name some Western Riding events. Cutting, roping, Western pleasure, barrel racing, pole bending.
Hello! My name is Jessica. My horse's name is Fairlane's Caliber and we're ready to go to the big show tomorrow. I live in New York. Show will be in Connecticut. I still have to get my breeches and show coat. Am I an English or Western rider? English rider.
Hey, my name is Christine. My horse's name is Smart Little Whip and we're going to the fairgrounds to compete. First, I'll shine my boots and get my new hat from the outfitters. Then I'll polish my silver plated saddle. Am I a Western or English rider? Western rider.
When you saddle up, your likely doing one of two things. What are they? Pleasure riding or riding competitively.
Hello! My name is Todd. When I was ten, I had an accident. I can't move my legs. Can I still ride my horse, Blaze? Yes.
Hey, I'm Amanda. I have never ridden a horse before. How do I learn? Riding lessons.
Can ponies be ridden? Yes.
My name is Robby. In my line of work, I ride horses, but the longest I stay on is a few seconds. As long as I stay on for about 10 seconds though, I win prizes. What kind of riding do I do? Bronc riding.
Name the very basics of riding equipment. Bridle and reins, saddle, saddle pad, breast-collar, girth.
My name is Louis. I've been riding for eight hours straight. My legs really hurt, as does my back end. What ails me? I'm saddle sore!
My name is Star, and I'm a horse. When will my owner start to break me in? When I'm about 2-4 years old.
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