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  • Descriptive Essay Riding

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    the most intriguing one would be riding. Riding allows me to have fun and enjoy myself with friends and family. I like to ride at Four Seasons, Mountain Ridge, Scott Having, and Mines and Meadows. These places is where i have fun riding the most. Four Seasons was a fun trip, I went with kaidyn, Maddix his little brother,and Damion Kaidyn’s dad. My quad needed some work done so i rode Kaidyn’s 660 grizzly and Kaidyn took his trx450r. The first day of riding me and Kaidyn woke up early and

  • Bull Riding

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    Demiter They say bull riding is the most dangerous sport on dirt. In a lot of ways they are right a lot of people are injured and even killed. In bull riding they say its not if you get hurt its when and how bad. Bull riding has been around for a long time for a few hundred years. Bull riding is an exciting and an adrenaline pumping sport because of the history of bull riding, the way you are scored, and the safety of the rider and the bull. Bull riding has a long rich history, it can

  • Persuasive Essay On Bull Riding

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    think of bull riding is staying on as long as possible and falling off and getting hurt. But they probably don't think of the pains that happened behind the scenes or the payout that are possible when they win. Payouts, spinal and brain injuries, and little but very painful pains is all thing that can happen to someone that bull rides. Bull riding is a professional sport that many people may think you might not make much money from. Actually though, the money and/or payout for bull riding can be outrageous

  • What Is A Horse Riding Essay

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    consider riding a horse, horseback riding can be a bona fide butt-kicking exercise. It may seem the stallion is getting all the action, yet it requires modification, strong legs, and an unfaltering focus to stay in the seat. This old school recreation action is a wonderful way to deal with put some quality vitality in nature and move beyond a major exercise focus plan. There are two or three bits of gear and equipment required to begin horseback riding. If you will be taking a class, or riding at a homestead

  • Persuasive Essay On Bull Riding

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    about bull riding is staying on as long as possible and falling off and getting hurt. But they probably don't think of the pains that happened behind the scenes or the payout that are possible when they win. Payouts, spinal and brain injuries, and little but very painful pains is all things that can happen to someone that bull rides. Bull riding is a professional sport that many people may think you might not make much money from. Actually though, the money and/or payout for bull riding can be outrageous

  • Essay On Horse Riding In Mauritius

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    Horse Riding in Mauritius Are you an animal lover? Have you ever wanted to experience an extra-ordinary horse riding? Well, don’t miss the chance of realising your dream if you are in Mauritius. This little piece of heaven offers some horse riding tour. The journey is promised with luxurious services. The island of Mauritius is known as the oldest race track among the southern hemisphere and is appreciated by most inhabitant. Here are some places where you may experience horse riding in Mauritius

  • Personal Narrative: Horse Riding

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    Every week I go to preston for horse riding lessons, but only once a year my horse riding instructor, Stan, holds a big party. Every one who takes lesson from him comes and we all go horse riding. This is my favorite time of year, because I get to see all my friends and we all get to go horse riding. After we all ride for a while we go on hayrides until it gets dark, and once it gets dark we all sit by the campfire and eat. I was so excited. As soon as I got there Stan told me to go saddle up my

  • Bull Riding History

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    History In all the years of rough-stock riding, since the 16th century, riders haven’t worn protective gear since the past 20 years. The earliest worn vest was in the 1990’s by Cody Lambert, who also invented the vests. (What are Bull Riding Vests Made of, 1999) On the other hand, for bull riding helmets, they weren’t worn as much. Most riders wear their cowboy hats that’ll prevent stitches, but some riders want more protection so they wear helmets with a face mask that protects the face

  • Riding Horses And Western Horses

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    When you decide to start riding horses, you need to choose a discipline. Although versatility is perfectly fine, you will most likely want to focus on one type of riding. The two main types of horseback riding are english and western. The following is a guide to english riding. The Horse English type horses are usually leggier and more athletically built than the stockier western horses. They are built uphill, which means that their withers are higher than their backs. Horses of any breed can be

  • The Benefits of Therapeutic Riding

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    After hearing of this extremely high number of disabled people, I then ultimately decided I would write my research paper on ways to help the disabled. Therapeutic riding has been actively helping individuals with disabilities for decades, and can benefit these unfortunate people physically, mentally, and emotionally. “Therapeutic riding, which originated in Europe, has been actively helping individuals with disabilities since the 1950's” (Shepard). Through equine-orientated

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