So you want to learn to ride

Horsemanship, the art of maintaining precise control over a horse while riding it, is one of man's oldest pursuits. What it is:

15th October, 2005

Horsemanship, the art of maintaining precise control over a horse while riding it, is one of man's oldest pursuits. What it is:

Horses were first harnessed and ridden 6,000 years ago in the Ukrainian steppes. Since then they've enjoyed a close relationship with mankind as they proved essential for farming, transport and warfare. Significant horses in history include that of the Roman emperor Caligula, made a senator by his doting owner, and that of Oliver...

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