As the calendar turned to December, I found myself outside in the cold cranky cold of the Midwest. As หนังใหม่ชนโรงI guided the horses through the drifts, instinctively rested only to be thrown by an unpredictable reining and challenging front runner, I watched for the sudden appearance of a horse หนังโป๊with one leg shorter than the other. Luckily for us both, she couldn’t see us in time to prevent a 2009 scenario called Keshawn.
As a horse turns, its leg sometimes depart to the left or right. The 2007 Kentucky Derby witnessed one of many examples of this phenomenon. Keshawn was an example of a horse that reigned out of the gate upright, leading by a comfortable gait, but instead of meeting easy on the outside, her left front leg made contact with the ground behind her right rear. Picture aคลิปเย็ด “Andy” in the Kentucky Derby. You can imagine that when that “Andy” got on its horse that it quickly swerved to the left and avoid the contact, resulting in a tragic accident as the front runner in front by Keshawn’s left เว็บดูหนังfront leg damaged the far back of its right hind. Thankfully, Keshawn didn’t suffer any serious injuries, only lameness, but this drama provided insight into our desire to win, a desire that is completely unwanted and contrary to the welfare of the horse. Horses are not machines that can run in an evenly paced race – they are living animals, and their คลิป18+phantasy driven personalities lead them to unpredictable races.
Currently there are tens of thousands of horse racing enthusiast around the world. It appears that being in the saddle is a hobby, or maybe a crazed obsession, but that doesn’t really matter. They really do run around a track trying to understand how it will perform in front of an audience. They imagine that each track they encounter will present them with the perfect audience where they can entertain their fans with dance like movements. They run from feed room to halftime and from the saddling ring to the jockey to the tearful groom. They feel the heat and sweat of the track, its intimidating size, its volume, its rhythm, its stretches, its turns, its twists, its Beauty, and fighters have been ridden for their entire exist duration.
When your adrenaline runs at 10,000 percent while your heart rate soars into a runner’s high repeatedly beating in their chest, your mind essentially triggers your body to react with what can appear to be a mental pause, just for a moment. Whether your horse has a slight popping in his or her front or the speed of a seasoned racer your mind pushes your body to do as its been told. While on the track the pressure from following the lead of your mental brain can sometimes overwhelm your conscious thought process and lead to disorientation, panic or even panic. This is when your horse shies, runs or taps. When your mind tells you to run, your body follows. By having complete faith in your horse – your animals bodies will respond naturally, allowing you to pleasantly stroke and bond with your horse. Both you and your horse will benefit from the relationship. The first lesson that I learned from riding in an saddle was that at the end of the day, it was the horse’s weight that held the saddle on its back. It was the Feel. It was not the horse’s talent that won the day.
So begin your dream journey by getting a thorough understanding of your horse and how he responds to various situations that he may be presented with, whether it be on the track or out in nature – you will be amazed at how your understanding of your horse expands as you begin to apply it to yourdream barnsand begin to make it come true.