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    Pony Research Paper

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    for a variety of factors like balance, suppleness, and obedience with the purpose of improving and facilitating the performance of the horse for a normal task. This discipline is elegance in motion, where every movement made by horse and rider is choreographed to perfection. Speed is not important, but the total control of the horse is important. This requires both the rider and horse need to combine the strength and agility of gymnastics with the elegance and beauty of ballet. Dressage outline to be an undeniable athletic component for both horse and rider. The object of the Pony dressage is to perform the harmonious development of the physique and ability of the horse. Before attempting a dressage competition, both horsemanship and equestrianism must be mastered. All work in dressage should be free, light, aesthetically beautiful to the observer, and the horse should remain on the bit. With almost invisible aids, the dressage rider brings the horse to the highest degree of…

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    When they get no response, they are forced to think of alternative ways, which are usually much lighter aids. This teaches them, as well as their family, to stay calm instead of lashing out in frustration. One teenager Katie Cummings, a girl whom was diagnosed with autism, has been riding for several months. At first, she started her journey into equestrianism with a program called My Shine, but has now strayed from it and takes weekly lessons in Medford with a new instructor Sarah Chironno,…

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    Maddie Buxton 28 November 2017 4th Hour Composition English Riding v Western Riding Western and English are two completely different styles of equestrian riding. Not only are the types of events different, but the tack and the types of horses used as well. English riding came about long before western riding. English riding originated in in England and was then brought to the United States. English riding is considered to be the traditional way of horseback riding (English or Western).…

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    Horse slaughter should be banned, con. People love horses as pets and friends Next, people love to care care of there horse and ride them to, also, and people start to bonding with there horse and go through alot together. Lets see some proof. People love horses as pets and friends. I know people that love horses and would do anything for there horses. One of their horses throw shoe and had the have the freare come over and make a new shoe and that takes so long to do and she had to teach a…

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    Galloping across an open green field is a big, brown, silky smooth, majestic animal known as a horse. I’ve been riding horses for four years and it has been the best four years of my life. They are fun to ride and teach you so many valuable skills you've probably never thought of. Horse will develop a strong loving bond for you and always stay loyal as long as they are treated well. Having a skill like horseback riding can benefit you in many ways because it is great core and leg exercise, you…

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    Once upon a time in a land far away…….oh wait, wrong story. Once upon a time in Louisiana, there was a girl in 4-H named Kourtni Thibodeaux and that girl was me; correction, is me and as you can presume I’m a bit of a jokester. I am sixteen-years-old, in the eleventh grade, and this is my eighth year participating in 4-H, sixth year a part of the Calcasieu Homeschool 4-H Club. This year, I was elected senior parliamentarian of my club. Being homeschooled, I have a lot of time to work on my…

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    There are as many different styles and training methods as there are professional horse trainers, and the horse training books that are available are to numerous to mention. However, there is some agreement on the basic methods on how to train a horse, and caring for the horse hoof problems that will face anyone who's responsible for the animal. Do you have a foal that will need to be trained for riding? If you are looking for basic information on ways to train a horse after they have been…

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    Circus Animal Rights

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    In scenario 4, there are two pictures with one horse in each. The pictures tell different stories about these horses. The first horse is a horse used in dressage competitions, which is an English discipline, and the second horse is used in circus scenarios. These horses have many similarities and differences comparing their animal rights and five freedoms. First comparing the animal rights of these two horses. First, the horse on the left is used in dressage competitions, which a competition…

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    To me horseback riding is the best sport ever. With horseback riding you can do a bunch of competitions with your horse. You can participate in Barrel Racing, Show Jumping, Pole Bending, Dressage and a whole lot more. There are also different types of saddles for riding such as Westren and English. Both types of saddles are designed for certain styles, sports, and disciplines. My favorite thing about horseback riding is that it gives you an opportunity to bond with your horse, and mother nature.…

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    What you do and how you choose to live your life shines a bright light on who you are as a person, an individual. It is your identity. A lot of the time growing up can be stressful, especially when you are in high school and you are caught up in the commotion of every day teenage life. Figuring out your aspirations and setting priorities is all part of this ginormous world we live in where society plays a key factor in the decisions we make for ourselves. In high school I had friends, hobbies; I…

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