Where should you never mount or dismount a horse? Can you answer this and four other horseback riding safety questions? If you are registered and logged in, you can compete and earn badges. This question good towards: Mane-U Horse Safety Badge 1. If your horse becomes frightened, what should you do? yell “Whoa!” at the horse hit the horse behind the cinch reassure or get off and lead the horse wrap your arms around the horse’s neckQuestion 1 of 5 2. Where should you never mount or dismount a horse? in an arena in a barn, near fences, trees or overhangs on a mounting block using a stumpQuestion 2 of 5 3. What should you do immediately after dismounting an English saddle? pat the horse loosen the girth run up the stirrups undo the throatlatchQuestion 3 of 5 4. When should you should tighten the girth or cinch? when riding on roads after running up the stirrups when flies are bothering your horse after saddling, after walking a few steps, and after mounting and riding a short distance Question 4 of 5 5. After running up the stirrups, what should you do? loosen the back cinch bring the reins over the horse’s head clean the saddle pad remove and dispose of any manureQuestion 5 of 5 Loading… Share this:ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedIn Related Related posts: A half-open gate in an arena is very what? What should you remember on that moonlight ride? Why should you never hurry past riders who are going at a slower gait? If you run into heavy traffic on a road, what should you do?