If you’re around horses enough, chances are you’ll want to (or have to) pony a horse. Whether it’s a baby, a mini horse, an actual pony, or a real horse, the basics are the same: keep the ponied horse on your right side near your knee, don’t get tangled in the ropes, and ride a horse that’s pretty good with one-handed steering. The rest, just like anything else, takes practice and patience to get good at. For more detailed info on ponying, press play below.
A big shoutout to Becca for the use of her astonishingly beautiful and talented horse Sandy. She’s awesome. Becca too! And once again thanks to Jennifer Glassman for the cameo.