Horse sense on the roads

August 2007
Farmers Weekly;8/24/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 8, p72
Trade Publication
The author focuses on horse riders on country roads. He notes that under the law, riders have the right to walk or ride a horse or a bicycle on any road except a motorway. He relates that he has been riding on the roads for almost 20 years and adds that he does his best to control the horses when riding them out. He expresses his concern for the riders who do not wear reflective gear and for the people who drive too close to the horse or too fast.


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