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[RC] FW: [RC] Trails/Warnings that bikers are coming - Amber B Fort

Yes, horses do hear or notice things a lot quicker than their riders do.  I mentioned belling the bikers more for riders than horses.  At least if you hear it, you can prepare for it. 

I have trained myself (and I am sure many other have as well) to pay close attention to my horse, esp his/her ears (ie super radar).  Usually, if you can read the horse telling you "Hey there is something there!!!" you can prevent or downplay a surpise (insert eject button or launch sequence).  I have actually seen potential 'horse eating' mosters before my horse has.  I have also been known to NOT pay attention and get surprised.




Amber & David Fort
Knight Hawk Ranch
"Performance with out parameters"
Home to the Black Arabian stallions:
Kaysa Jerry (72% CMK)
Black Streak (Pure Polish)

Someone mention having bikers use bells or someother device so that horses can hear their approach. I'm wondering under what conditions the horse hasn't already heard the biker?
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