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    Blazing Saddles is a comical film directed by Mel Brooks in 1974. Mel Brooks was a well known and loved actor, comedian, and filmmaker. Brooks, in the process of making this film was faced with many obstacles that he had to overcome in order to make this film a success. In the process of making this film Warner Bros executives had many dislikes about the film. According to The Daily Beast, Bart explained that they wanted him to “Lose the fart scene, cut out any racial and ethnic jokes, edit scenes where a horse and an old lady get punched.” Brook explained “If I do this the movie would have only been 14 minutes long.” In Blazing Saddles race, gender, and stereotypes come together to show that the way women are objectified and dehumanized is…

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    In the satirical film Blazing Saddles directed by Mel Brooks in 1974 his main objective was to poke fun at the genre of western films. Mel Brooks is famous for producing many other satirical films but Blazing Saddles is considered one of the most comical movies of all time. Every western film contains the same three elements which are a sheriff, gunslinger and a villain. With these elements in mind Mel Brooks decided to add a more modern twist to a western film and that twist was racism. Mel…

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    by Gene Wilder in the classic movie, Young Frankenstein, will forever be immortalized by those mourning his loss. Wilder 's life is the focus of the media and his life is being celebrated because of his loss due to Alzheimer 's at the age of 83 on August 28, 2016. Best known for his wacky neuroticism, Gene Wilder was born Jerome Silberman in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He changed his name at age 26 to Gene Wilder after deciding that he couldn 't quite see a marquee reading "Jerry Silberman as Mac…

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    In Blazing Saddles Mel Brooks's challenges the issue of racism, this is shown right in the beginning of the film. Set in the Wild West, a former black railroad worker finds himself in the position of Sheriff in a small town after a turn of luck. In this town named Rock Ridge, he is faced with discrimination and hatred from the citizens, though there is always a comical response to this serious problem. This is reminiscent of many Mel Brook’s films. Continuing throughout the film, Bart, the…

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    once and he had found this rock that was the letter H and it was on top of another rock; Pops thought that was cool because his middle initial starts with a H which stands for Howard. On these trail rides, he has taken the most beautiful pictures of the sunset on top of a hill and said he was amazed by how pretty it looked and how relaxing it was to sit on top of the hill and look out. “She absolutely completely turned around but when she did I fell off” (15:00). Pops was riding along side with…

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    Based on the information Southbound seems like a better choice for a challenging trip, as well as a break from society. Riding the trail would, of course, require a horse, not just one horse, but two. There are no restrictions for what breed of horse an intrepid rider can bring but the Pacific Crest Trail Association suggests that it is a strong, and a surefooted horse who is, most importantly, experienced on the trail. This would mean taking the horse on test trips and exposing them to all…

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    Kinslee has been riding horses for around seven years. She started with the very basics of riding horses and advanced from there. She is now jumping horses at around two foot three inches and showing them in the academy beginner division. Kinslee completely fell in love with the sport and the animals. She even know works with them everyone weekend by being the barn hand where she rides. People often tell Kinslee "Riding is not a workout or a sport because the horse does all of the work."…

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    If a person never owns something, are they really missing it? The answer could essentially go both ways, but for now, the answer is yes. The stirrup is a piece of equipment used by equestrians for the purpose of stability and control on the horse. It isn’t as minute as it’s made to be. Many aspects come into play as to how the stirrup came about, who invented it, where it was discovered, and most importantly why it was invented. The invention of the stirrup was one small step for man, but one…

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    The task will be best attempted in the round pen to limit the area you're working in. Saddling the horse may take several attempts because this is yet another new experience for the young horse. Be prepared for the horse to resist the saddle by bucking and running away from you as you attempt saddling. The key will be lots of patience from you, and encouragement towards the horse. Eventually the horse will realize that the saddle posses no threat to them and will submit to the saddling…

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    In the show ring, every run is one of thirteen NRHA approved reining patterns. When someone executes a pattern it is called a run or a go. Each pattern is composed of precise maneuvers designed to demonstrate the degree of which the horse is responding. Each pattern obtains five main maneuvers. The maneuvers are undoubtedly complex and requires the horse and rider team to be extremely precise in the execution of them. Patterns consist of galloping circles, dizzying spins, and abrupt sliding…

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