What Is Horse Riding?

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Horse riding involves travelling while being carried by a horse on its back.
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Horse riding is the riding of horses while controlling their movements, usually as a form of exercise, competition or for fun. This thrilling activity is enjoyed by all ages with more people taking it up every day.
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