Classical Horse RidingTraditional Horse Riding
Frequently referred to as the West German equivalent of training, reins are a form of horse riding in which the rider guides the horse through a precision circle, turn and stop sequence. Any work is done at a galop (a more relaxing form of gallop) or at a galop (the horse's quickest gait). Horse should be checked with little or no seeming drag.
Slicing is a rodeo-style activity where horse and horseman work together to show the horse's capacity to drive and separate herds. Horse and horse try in running to quickly create a design to fill drums placed in a small rectangle in the middle of an arenas.
Stamina riding focuses on the general well-being of a horse with a riding distance between 25 and 500 mile. Every 25 mile or so there are check-ups to guarantee the good condition of horse and horse. The Gymkhana is a time-controlled equestrian back jumping event with a wide range of single and multiple event teams that show the horse's pace, agility, controllability and reactivity.
The saddle seat contest was developed to show the high trotting movements of races like American Saddlebred, Morgan and Arabian. A horse is assessed for its graceful movements in walking, trot and gallop. Neither complete nor comprehensive, this guide will give you an impression of the many ways in which humans enjoy riding.