Beware of Ride – a funny picture for your next horseback ride. While there are many dangers to riding horses, this picture will help you keep your cool. Horses can be dangerous, so make sure to never ride without a helmet or a bell. It may also be a good idea to be aware of a werewolf or dog. However, this picture is not intended to scare you. You should take precautions.
Beware of Horses
Beware of Horses when riding! Horses can be frightened by sudden movements, loud noises and new objects. Always remain calm and anticipate your horse’s reactions. If your horse becomes frightened, speak to it and tighten your circle. If your horse is on loose ground, allow it to find its own path. If you are on a road, be sure to have someone with you to assist you.
The first rule of being around horses is to avoid provoking them. A horse may kick or jump if it feels startled. Try approaching from the front. If it doesn’t come to you, use a stroking motion to attract its attention. Avoid petting a horse that kicks. It can be dangerous for you and the horse. Keeping your hands on its shoulder will also keep your horse calm. Never dangle treats near the nose or in its mouth.
Beware of Horses on the road! The road rules differ from state to state. Never ride your horse on the road while it is on a trail. Also, make sure to ride on the shoulder of the road. Avoid rushing past a slower horse. Riding on a trail can be dangerous because it can startle the horse. If you must pass, signal your intention to pass on the left side of the road. Try to ride abreast so you don’t accidentally kick your horse.
Beware of Dog
Beware of Dogs when riding a bike. Attaching a dog to the front of your bike increases the width of the bike, making it a greater target for reckless drivers. An impatient motorist can scare your dog and ruin the fun. Keeping your dog leashed is an excellent way to avoid an accident. But be sure to watch your dog closely while riding a bike! If your dog has an inquisitive nature, keep an eye out for these dangers and take the necessary precautions.
A dog will often try to run away when it sees a bike. It might start to lunge, which can scare the cyclists and cause an accident. To prevent your dog from scaring cyclists, lead your dog off the bike and reward it if it sits. When approaching the bike, offer your dog treats so that it will respond positively. You can also thank cyclists who alert you to their presence before passing.
If your bike passes under a dog’s property, avoid approaching it. Dogs have the tendency to enter into an alarm mode when they see someone approaching. A dog will bark or snarl loudly to warn you of their presence. Dogs can attack cyclists, resulting in serious injuries. Avoid riding near dogs if you have young children or inexperienced cyclists. And if you do get approached by a dog, do not try to outrun it. If a dog does approach you, use common commands to disperse it, such as shouting or spraying water at it.
Beware of Werewolf
There’s nothing quite like Disney’s Beware of Werewolf ride to get the adrenaline flowing! The outdoor queue for this ride is complete with castle turrets and a statue of a wolf. The ride itself is a fun family outing for the whole family! For an even more thrilling ride, take the family to a Halloween event and dress up as a werewolf! You’ll be glad you did!