The area of expertise I want to share is the sport of equestrianism, in simpler words horseback riding. What I want to convey with this essay is the idea of not giving up after the first fall a rider experiences. It is very common that the first time someone falls off his or her horse in the beginning of this sport they tend to quit out of fear. People after their first fall build up a sort of trauma of continuing. In this essay I want to convey the truth about horseback riding but at the same time build up the courage for the reader to not give up after their first accident. If the person has still not had an accident, I want to make them aware and braver to what can come.
Horseback riding is considered one of the most dangerous sports in the world. The frequent question brought up is, why is horse back riding so dangerous? The answer to this is because a horse is an animal, and animals base their responses to situations based on fright and other animal instincts, which we as humans will never one hundred percent understand. Horses respond to fearful situations with the instinct to run, and if something is on their back, to try to rid themselves of it. The sport of riding is a sport of two, the horse and the rider. The rider must have a kind communication and connection with the horse to get to what the want to do. When riding, we have a certain degree of control. We have a saddle, stirrups, a bridle and other equipment that help us to achieve this control. We also have the horse trained to respond to these signals. Some horses respond better to these signals and have a higher training than others, which is when the horse gets more expensive. The horse is a noble animal, it will do almost anything that it asks us to do, and when in reality they outweigh us and outrun us. This is why caution always must taken when riding, especially if it’s as a sport rather than just for relaxing.
Everyone who takes up horseback as...