Horse riding requires strong legs and adductor thigh muscles in order to control the horse, as well as a strong set of abdominal, shoulder, and lower back muscles for position and rein control.  A well trained jocky or rider will also have strong bones and joints to protect from falls and unforeseen accidents.

Drastically Reduce Injuries from Falls
Superior Torso and Leg Strength
Reduce Strain on Knees, Backs & Shins

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(Introductory strength training along with mild aerobic conditioning for ages 10+)

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