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HORSE RIDING

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Sara Alvarez Hugas

on 17 July 2014

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Transcript of HORSE RIDING

Introduction
I have chose this topic because I practise the sport and because the horse is and animal that for me is special and interesting.
As I say: "
Dog is the man's best friend but the horse is the man's best assistant"

Breeds of horses
Sports inside the horse riding
HORSE RIDING
Index
Introduction
Horses world -> About horses
Breeds of horses
Sports inside the horse riding
Conclusion
Horse world
Feeding
An incorrect diet can cause very serious problems to their health.
Each horse has its own requirements and not always an exemplary large eat more than one of undersized.
To race: two copies of different races have different nutritional needs.
To age: a foal must be fed differently than an adult.
The work developed: A horse that moves 2-3h a week for a walk has different requirements which is dedicated to sport.
Straw
Concentrates
Oats
Barley
Rye
Flour
Flour are more digestible. With them we prepare a slurry:

oat flour + barley flour + a handful of flax seeds + a handful of bran seeds + cook everything simmer half an hour = slurry



Flax
Bran
Feed
It offers the advantage of being easy to store, it's palatable, no dust and is easy to determine exactly the ration we must give to the horse. But it has a high cost.
Complements
Carrots
Apples
Pears
Are used to enrich
the equine diet.
Bread
Candy
Chocolate
Sugar
Care
Attentions required for correct
maintenance of the horse.
Equipment
Currycomb
Remove of the layer
the surface dirt.
Rough brush
Useful for cleaning
paws and for more
sensitive areas.
Bristle brush
Refine and intervenes
in the most delicate
parts.
Comb
For the care of
the tail and mane.
Arab thoroughbred
Diffusion
: world
Morphology
: mesomorph
horse
Height
: 1'45 - 1'55m
Weight
: 380 - 450kg
Quality
: speed,
endurance, sobriety
and very intelligent.
Temperament
: Nervous but docile
Andalusian
Diffusion
: Europe, South America
Morphology
: mesomorph horse
Height
: 1'55 - 1'60m
Weight
: 480 - 600kg
Quality
: good psychophysical balance; used throughout Europe to improve the breeds.
Temperament
: energetic but very balanced.
Lusitanian alter-real
Diffusion
: Europe
Morphology
: mesomorph
horse
Height
: 1'52 - 1'65m
Quality
: remarkable psychophysical balance, energy and precision of movement.
Temperament
: energetic
Appaloosa
Diffusion
: America, Europe
Morphology
: mesomorph
Height
: 1'45 - 1'55m
Weight
: 400 - 550kg
Quality
: Strong and resistant.
Temperament
: Lively and balanced
Classical dressage
Is to execute a series of movements in a particular sequence, indicated in a text called REPRISE. The horses work on three tracks, to step pirouette and canter, walk to canter change and passage and running within a rectangular piaffer 20m x 60 m following a certain sequence.
Horseball

Is a game that pits two teams of four players per side. They should collect soil, without disassemble , a ball. And through a series of passes and defenses, they have to introduce it in fixed baskets at the ends of the field.
Jumping obstacles
Consist in franking riding a horse a tour of several obstacles built of bars, with no penalties or demolition.
Tumbling
It is defined as gymnastics on a horse galloping in a circle, guided "rope" by a driver. It is a highly competitive sport and art.

Conclusion
To complete the work say that every animal has something special but all carry a big responsibility. A fun, informative and interesting
work for me and
I wish that is the
same for you.





I HOPE YOU LIKED IT!

by Sara Alvarez Hugas
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