Good Horsemanship Match Up
Write the letter in the blank beside
• Wear a safety helmet
_____Keep you horse clean and checked for anything that might cause him to be uncomfortable or harmed during the ride.
_____In case of emergency, it is always a god idea for someone else to know your whereabouts.
_____A loose girth, twisted straps, or poorly fitted bridle and bit can cause big problems.
_____Clothes should be fitted enough not to catch on anything, protective and comfortable to ride in.
_____Protecting your head might save you from making a trip to the hospital and save your life.
_____ Heeled boots keep the foot safely in the stirrup. Smooth soles are best because they slide in and out of the stirrup easily.
(Pg.233, Junior Master Horseman Handbook: Level 1)
A: A neigh-bor!
A: Hay fever!
A: The outside!
A. When it's neck and neck.
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