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December 9th, 2010, 04:30 PM
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Because all of the scenarios had the mother on the back of the horse with the child. I was also under the impression that a carrier would be used which would mean the child was strapped to the mother and could not be pulled off of the horse if something were to happen. Even IF a person leading the horse was able to grab the baby, they would have to go from the front of the horse to the side if the horse to grab that child and if the horse was spooked, it would already have it's front legs in the air at that point, especially if the person guiding it's head moved elsewhere.
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