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At a high level of horse riding horse riders sit?

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The front of the saddle.

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yeah It depends on their style of riding. If you watch international show jumping competitions you will see that some riders (usually German) ride in the back of the saddle. I'm not saying that's right but it does work for some people.


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they can be all diffrent heights it depends on how good the rider is.


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To prevent concussions. When you are on the back of a horse they are pretty high off the ground, if you happen to fall and land on your head, then that helmet can prevent a nasty injury. Even professionals make mistakes.


yourprobably intermediate it depends on the age of the horses, how high the jumps and how good your seat is also how long you have been riding Ive been riding for over 15 years so if you have a howers account feel free to pm me my name is mizpurdy


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