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April Mazur TR 12:30pm Revision of Explanation (How to) Essay Preparing a Horse to Be Ridden Every little girl wants a pony at one point of her childhood. Horses have always held the attention of young girls, and for good reason. They represent something free and beautiful. I have been riding horses since I was nine years old, but my dream of owning a horse never died until I finally got my own for my sixteenth birthday. But, of course, owning a horse comes with certain responsibilities such as the obvious feeding and taking care of it. Looking past these extra obligations, most people will want to ride their horse, making it necessary to know how to get a horse ready to be ridden. There are two major styles of riding that are prepared slightly differently, English and western, but I ride mostly western. The steps that are needed to be taken when preparing a horse to be ridden western style are grooming, leg wrapping, saddling, and bridling. The first step to get a horse ready to ride is grooming him. Grooming a horse means basically to clean him. You do not need to be meticulous when grooming the horse before you ride him, but rather quick and efficient. First, rub the horse down with a curry comb, which is a flat piece of rubber with small rubber teeth that is rubbed on the horse in a circular motion; this brings all the dirt to the surface of its coat. Next use the body
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2010 for the course ENG 1302 taught by Professor Reiter during the Fall '08 term at Baylor.

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