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Why Did Women Ride Side Saddle?

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To be part of the male-dominated horse-riding culture, did women have to ride on both their sides? This ancient custom didn't only apply to women. Men and women of various cultures had different perspectives on riding. The Greeks, for example, feared women who rode on their sides. The rules that prohibited women from riding astride were in effect until the early twentieth century. However, riding schools had the ability to change with the times. In the beginning, little girls took lessons in astride, and later switched to sidesaddle riding when they were around eleven or twelve.

One woman who fought against women's rights rode on her horse in 1913. In addition to her fight for the right to vote, she fought for equal participation in equestrianism. The question, therefore, "Why Did Women Ride Side Saddle?" has been a topic of much debate. It may be as simple and straightforward as you think. Two-Gun Nan Aspinwall rode from San Francisco to New York on a horse in 1913. She wore both a split skirt as well as a long, wide, white cape.

The side saddle is one of the oldest types of saddle used by riders. It was first introduced by the royal court. It was intended to protect a woman's modesty. Side saddles were developed to protect women from horses and riders who were uncomfortable riding on their backs. As women wore long skirts that caught on the horse's legs, they were at risk of injury. Side saddles were also an option as they prevented them from jumping out of their saddles in the event that their horse fell.

Side-saddle horse riding was banned in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, but it has returned in recent decades. Lady Mary, an American horse, as well as the Flying Foxes (a group of women who ride side-saddle), revived interest in the discipline. Side-saddle rider Michaela Bowling broke the high jumping record in 2011

Although women rode on astride as much as men, it was more common for them to do so among royal women. Catherine the Great was one of the first to ride astride, and she demanded that all the women in her court rode astride. This practice quickly became a standard in Europe and women with strong personalities were not allowed to ride on astride. These facts will help you to understand the history of side saddle riding if you have a strong personality.

The first side-saddle was chair-like in design. The woman rode with her knees together while her feet were on a footrest. In the 16th century, Catherine de Medici developed a more functional design, placing her right leg over the saddle's pommel. This side saddle enabled a woman to control her horse better and safely trot with ease. The side saddle was also safer.

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