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West vs. English Riding style explains
First of all, although they have certain basic driving techniques in common, they are both very different driving techniques that have come from very different nationalities. Whatever your riding skills are, they include the equipment, the riding objective and even the type of horse you use. These are some of the most important differences between the different genres.
They really determine the origin of riding techniques. Occidental riding comes from the "cowboy" civilization, where the horsemen use their horse for long day labour-intensive work, such as hunting and tending cattle. Indeed, the seat was designed for westerner riding because of the need for better rop down rope distributions.
There are many occasions in contemporary horse back riding in the West where people try to get a cow or a particular cow out of a group. English language goes back to the time of the armed forces on horseback, which accounts for the strict and correct technical, clothing and event styles.
The modern English riding scene encompasses equestrian activities such as training, show jumps and pole riding. The real riding posture is the same in both sports; the horseman sits up straight and the feet are pushed against the horse's side. Westernriders, however, have a much bigger, more convenient seat and are prone to be in a more relaxing posture while riding.
British horsemen use a smaller nut that keeps the horseman in close touch with the back of the equine and allows them to keep the stiffer English riding posture more comfortably while the equine is galloping and arching. Retaining their cowboy-origin, cowboys usually wear the classical cowboys or western-style cap, a casual top, denim and cowboysuit, and cowboys' ankle boot when they participate in shows or specials.
British horsemen and women are wearing a more suitable outfit with the matching "hunting cap" and "hunting coat". Horsemen also use riding trousers, mittens and high boot to complement the classical English riding outfit. What is the better one? Whilst both are very different there is nothing that makes one better than the other.
A lot of drivers find a certain riding technique more easy when they learn for the first time, but for those who just like riding, they both provide a thrilling and pleasant experience. When you have only tried one of the styles, try the other!