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comment by Tomkins (U1116)

posted on 15/3/12

It is frowned upon

posted on 29/3/12

In most situations it is actively encouraged.

However, it's a gamble in the modern day, especially if you are planning on riding multiple horses over a short period of time.

posted on 10/4/12

Anfield Rap makes a good point. How man horses and for how long? I'd say maximum 8 for a time of 13 minutes

posted on 24/4/12

posted on 24/5/12

Sorry I have not been on to read your advice, esteemded members of the riding fraternity. Unfortunately I have been seeking medical advice and treatment for a nasty rash contracted as a result of bareback riding. I will indeed make sure I saddle up before I ride my pony again

posted on 22/11/12

xxangel_2k7xx@hotmail.co.uk

posted on 3/12/12

who gave you my email?

posted on 3/12/12

Dave

posted on 3/12/12

But Dave doesnt have a computer, nor is he literate

posted on 3/12/12

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posted on 26/10/13

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posted on 28/10/13

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posted on 3/11/13

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posted on 3/11/13

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posted on 6/7/16

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posted on 29/1/17

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posted on 6/8/17

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posted on 4/7/19

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