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theres a few reasons why a horse puts its head down.... could be the bridle its teeth or how its being treated while riden
A horse that doesn't place when running in a horse race is sometimes referred to as an "also ran". This is a horse that finishes out of the money.
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The suggestions seem to center on Henry VIII, Charles II, and Edward IV.
The most philandering monarch of Britain has to be Henry VIII. Let us first consider his upbringing and possibly the reasons for being such a philanderer. Being the second son to Henry VII and younger brother to Arthur, young Henry lived in the shadow of his more famous and important elder brother and was consequently shoved into the background. Finding himself away from court he was shielded by his mother and our young Henry grew close attachment to his mother and had a deep and very genuine love. When she died unexpectedly in 1500 Henry was left alone and (possibly) afraid, destined to search for that very true love he had felt for his mother Elizabeth.
Arthur married Catherine of Aragon (Nov 1501) and then died soon after (Feb 1502) and it became the dying wish of Henry VII for the Heir apparent to marry Catherine of Aragon. It is doubtful though, that Henry VII was a virgin when he became King at the age of 17 in 1509 and married Catherine, relationships with The Lady Elizabeth Kinder and the common wench Joanna Holly have been mentioned but it is more likely that Henry had a longer string of lovers before he married. Henry's sporting prowess and physical frame coupled with his power and status were quite the aphrodisiac to the women of court. After his marriage the fun didn't stop and Henry racked up an impressive amount of illegitimate children - many of them boys, which proved to Henry that there was nothing wrong with his troops, during the time of his first marriage known lovers included Joan Dobson, Mary Berkely, Elizabeth Blout, Elizabeth Stafford and the very French maiden Marie-Claudia.
Henry's desperation to produce a male heir and the heat of his loins helped both the break with Rome the end of his marriage. His passion and desire for Anne Boleyn, mainly fuelled by her refusal to become his mistress (and thus replacing her elder sister Mary) meant that the King married for love (maybe) and passions (definitely). When Anne failed to produce a male heir Henry went looking again and an affair with the daughter of the camp jester (James Varah) was just one of many. Anne's head came and then went and Henry found himself again marrying due to the call of his heart rather than for the more traditional diplomatic reasons. Jane Seymour slipped into the (still warm) marital bed and was to finally give Henry what he most desired, a male heir - this ensured that Jane got his love and loyalty but unfortunately she snuffed it and poor old Henry was back to square one. Affairs with Adinna Reed (of Norfolk blood) and Daniela Gee have been mooted but these women of court had a reputation and it is unlikely that the King would have wasted his time.
After the death of Jane, Henry finally married for diplomatic reasons and settled on Anne of Cleeves - falling for her when looking at a favourable painting of the 'flanders mare'. Henry VIII went to his wedding with Anne of Cleves saying `If it were not to satisfy the world and my realm, I would not do that I must do this day for none earthly thing'. This is one time when a physical desire never got the better of Henry and it is more than likely that the marriage was never consummated probably partly due to the fact that Katherine Howard was very much on the go. The change of would-be mistress to consort was seamless . Henry was in full pursuit within weeks of seeing her -- not without a degree of encouragement on her part which should have indicated to him that she was more experienced than was claimed. They were married three weeks after the Cleves divorce and by then Katherine probably had already begun sleeping with Henry. Bearing in mind the experience of Katherine and her playfulness around court, especially with the men, it is no wonder that Henry gave her the literal chop. Henry's philandering ways were coming to an end, one last marriage to Katherine Parr ensured that he had a wife to look after him in his dying months and Hnery could die happy knowing that he had left a legacy in the form of male heir but unfufilled in the finding of the true love he had with his mother almost half a century before.
Aside from Henry VIII and his six wives, I'd say Charles II probably had the highest recorded number of mistresses (and a number of unrecorded prostitutes). Many of his mistresses were granted titles (Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland being one example) and he publicly acknowledged some of his children (James, Duke of Monmouth an important one). Henry by comparison had relatively few mistresses.
I'd personally have said Edward IV. It was rumoured that no man in London deemed his wife or daughter safe from him. Michael Hicks claims that Edward IV's promiscuity was part of the reason why his son Edward V could not be secure in his inheritance - nobody could prove that he wasn't illigitimate as a result of an existing precontract to another lady, because there had been so many! Edward IV would also pass his mistresses on to his courtiers when he had finished with them...
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ask if you can and take over from the outside This question is on Horse and is on riding level 2 when overtaking a horse rider you pass on the left after announcing it. When I am riding on a trail I say,"passing on the left." Wait for the response then proceed or hold my position. It depends on the rider that you are trying to pass, their experience and their horses temperment. lisa
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Helmets are never not necessary whilst riding a horse. However not all people do, I would DEFINITELY recommended them. Even the calmest horse can spook and if the horse throws you... well, you'll want to be wearing a helmet. Also, generally all riding schools require the student to be wearing a helmet, so if you plan on taking lessons a helmet would most likely be a requirement.
Also, if you did get thrown from a horse whilst not wearing a helmet, there is a good possibility that you could be killed.
ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I agree there but if you are stupid enough to ride without a helmet then you must be over the age of 18. Not that I recommend it. I ALWAYS ride with a helmet so should everyone else.
I am a hypocrite on this issue. I have ridden for 40 years and have NEVER worn a helmet. I do not EVER allow my kids to ride without one.
you should always warm up slowly but there's no need to walk in between the gaits unless you just want to.
Answer: In horse racing some horses need "cover" because they don't produce their best efforts when leading from the front. so the jockey keeps the horse behind a couple of other runners, which provide this "cover", until the final stages of the race when the horse is encouraged to do his best... I guess this applies also to trotting races.
To make a horse trot, you must lightly kick the horse, and it should get going. If not, give it a tap on the rump with a crop (whip) and kick a bit harder.
The aids for trot are:
Shorten your reins
Half halt (squeeze gently down the outside rein)
Talking to the horse
Once in trot if you know what your diaganals are, you check them, steady up your trot and there you have it!
You might also want spurs if it's always a fight to get them go faster. If you ride western, you sit to the beat. If english, when the outside leg is going forward you post every time.
A canter is faster than a trot.
walking is not faster than cantering , cantering is only 3 beats but walk is four , but it also depends on your everyday horse as well they might have a faster walk , but most normal horses's canters are faster
walk= 4 beats trot= 2 beats canter= 3 beats gallop=4 beats this is 2 the best of my knowledge i am definant that walk and gallop r both 4 beats
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Yes. A horse can buck at any time, wether its getting groomed, standing still, your behind it, or ontop of, Trotting, walking, galloping, cantering, galloping, it can always buck.
You have to have a good inner thigh to be able to post without stirrups. I can because I have worked really hard at it. You can practice without stirrups on a bouncy horse (SAFELY!) sitting, a slow trot/jog. then get back on your horse (which i assume is not particulary bouncy) and posting should be easier. remember not to accidentally kick your horse while trying to do so!
If you have a hunter or jumper horse, you can ask for a canter by at a walk, lifting and slightly pulling your inside rein and keeping your outside rein against the neck (still with contact)! Keep your inside leg on the girth and your outside leg behind the girth. To ask, you squeeze your legs and move your hands at the motion of the canter and keep a forward seat. Your horse should then canter.
If you are a beginner English rider, you may be able to get your horse to canter in another way. You can ask for a trot, sit deep in the saddle, and squeeze your legs against your horse's sides (don't kick!!). Your horse should then canter.
When you canter, especially for a not-so-advanced rider, try to either get your canter on a corner (like in an arena or ring) or do a circle. It is much easier for your horse to pick up the correct lead.
Great answer , but, to add to it... I am an advanced English rider and to pick up a canter, right lead use left leg and left lead use right leg. Dig your leg into your horses belly(not so hard as to hurt him) lean back and make a kissing noise... Then you get a canter!
When posting at a trot, i would recogmend to look down at the right "shoulder" of the horse, and when you are rising, make sure that the right shoulder appears to be in a downward position.
Eventually you will learn to feel what is the right diagonal and such.
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