The jockey dᴇmonstrates his excᴇptional ability by skillfυlly managing a nervoυs racehorse.

I firmly believe that anyone who has ridden a horse at least once understands that horses are prone to fear, even in the presence of seemingly ordinary things. Their instinctual response to fear is beyond their control. Even horses that are reputed to be “bombproof” can experience moments when they struggle to manage their anxiety. Therefore, horse riders must acknowledge that horses tend to spook when they feel nervous.

Moreover, there are various factors that can trigger this common reaction, such as an uncomfortable saddle, physical discomfort, and other unknown stimuli. While not all horses are equally sensitive, irritable, or nervous, they all have the potential to become skittish.

Many individuals believe that one of the primary reasons for horses becoming spooky is a lack of trust in their rider. When horses perceive a lack of confidence in the person riding them, they may engage in behaviors aimed at removing the rider from their back. In the video below, the showcased horse is visibly frightened, but not due to a lack of trust in its rider.

During routine preparations for a race, the jockey mounted the horse when, out of the blue, the horse became terrified. Startled by a crab, it leapt into the air. The jump was considerable, yet fortunately, the jockey displayed exceptional professionalism and handled the situation flawlessly. He aptly demonstrated his remarkable skill by landing gracefully on his feet. Watch the video below for a closer look!

Furthermore, there are different reasons that incite this common response, for example, uncomfortable saddle, physical suffering, and many other things that we may not even know about. Not all horses are as sensitive, irritable, and nervous as others but at some point, they all can become spooky.

Many people believe that one of the main motives why horses get spooky is because they don’t confide in the rider. Whenever they feel that the person who is riding them can’t be trusted, they do everything they can to get the rider off their back. The horse shown in the video below is very frightened, however not on the grounds that he didn’t trust in his rider.

The rider was preparing for the race and everything was as usual but as he was mounting the horse, he got scared out of nowhere. He was frightened by a crab and immediately jumped high into the air. It was a high jump and fortunately, the racer was very professional and he handled the situation perfectly. He proved everyone how skilled he was by landing on its feet. Watch the video below for more!

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