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Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth was spotted out and about on a cold, sunny day in the UK.
She riding a beautiful horse while dressed warmly for what we're sure was a pretty chilly day.
So amazing to see her still horseback riding even though she's about to celebrate her 60 years on the throne Diamond Jubilee!
[Image via Mavrix Online.]
Kristin Stewart was spotted taking private horseback riding lessons at a ranch in Palmdale, California.
K-Stew has been cast as the title role in the upcoming film Snow White and the Huntsman and is learning to ride a horse for the part.
It looks like the Twilight Saga star is getting more comfortable in the saddle.
Guess our little Vampiress won't be needing a stunt double!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
Visitors there will once again be able to saddle up under a new city plan to bring back horseback riding to the park that was "designed to be seen by horseback."
Since the closure of Manhattan's last stable, Claremont Riding Academy, in 2007, it's been next to impossible to ride off into the sunset without riding the subway to another borough first.
The 4.2 miles of bucolic bridle paths winding through Central Park, around the reservoir and under bridges, are now mostly used by joggers and dog walkers, Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe told The Post.
After Claremont closed, the city did sign a deal with the Riverdale Equestrian Centre, to offer trail rides by appointment, but those were infrequent and only done on weekends. But now the city now wants a more permanent riding concession.
Each day, horses will be brought to the North Meadow Recreation Center, located in the center of the park near 97th Street, from one of the outer-borough stables.
Prices and hours will be determined by a bidding process and regulated by the city.
[Image via WENN.]
Nicollette Sheridan was spotted with her
head hand held high while walking her shaggy dog in Calabasas, California on Monday.
The former Desperate Housewives actress injured her hand in a horseback riding accident in early January, but isn't letting a couple broken fingers slow her down!
Despite the injury, her playful dog gave her quite a work out as it jumped up and down on the leash in front of photographers.
We're happy to see her hand isn't giving her too much trouble and looks to be healing up well!
[Image via GSI Media.]
This guy's had a tough go of it for the past few months!
Gordon Ramsay was recently spotted on vacation in Napa Valley, CA with a noticably puffed up face, which has led many to suspect that he's had more cosmetic surgery or hair treatments!
However, he claims that the reality of the situation was even MORE bizarre, and all started when he was in Costa Rica, shooting a documentary on illegal shark fin hunting!
"I had petrol doused, gasoline poured all over my hair and I had a horrific infection. It certainly didn't cause my hair to be falling out. I was in Napa for Christmas literally two weeks after the shoot and went horseback riding with the kids and had a horrendous allergic reaction to the horses, combined with the problems I had with my scalp, so it was just a hair nightmare. That all got sorted out. I can now say that I am almost 60-70 percent recovered."
Holy shiz! It's like one thing after the next with this guy!
However, we are glad to hear that there were no long-term complications!
Let's just leave the face and hair as it is from now on, okay, bb?
[Image via WENN.]
This might fly in Montana, but we don't recommend it anywhere else.
This Montana Department of Transportation ad features a man getting a ride home after a night of drinking from his "sober friend" who also happens to be a horse.
While the anti-drunk driving commercial is intended as a metaphor to encourage drinkers to get a ride home, it is being taken literally by some horse enthusiats.
Police Chief Troy McGee says he's received many calls from Montana residents wanting to know if riding a horse while under the influence is legal and McGee says it is!
Montana law carefully defines a vehicle, and excludes those running under animal power.
That's actually a huge surprise to us.
Sure, horses are pretty smart and probably know what they're doing, but a person still needs to be able to SIT UP on its back.
We don't recommend taking a chance falling off a horse and risking a life threatening injury, not to mention injuring the horse.
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