Video of the Week: Jumping Bareback and Bridleless

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Most riders aspire to have a strong bond with their horse. When a horse and rider trust and understand each other completely, amazing things can happen. Case in point: Alycia Burton and Classic Goldrush. Watch as this humbly-bred New Zealand gelding and his young rider tackle cross-country courses, bridleless jumping, and a bareback six-foot fence or two.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. The teamwork/bond between these two is incredible. Her riding is a site to see. I bet everyone just hates to see her at a show, just knowing how she and her horse will do!!!

  2. This is an amazing video….. A truely unique bond between this horse and his rider!! Congratulations to both of them for reaching for the stars 😀
    And THANK YOU to Alycia for not being afraid to PRAISE GOD for everything!! God Bless you, Alycia <3

  3. This is just mesmerizing, absolutely wonderful, it brought tears to my eyes, so beautiful, so inspiring, just fabulous, thank you for sharing, I have told everyone that I know, I have watched it several times, love it,

  4. This is just absolutely awesome! What a great team of horse and rider! Trust is a mutural factor and in this video, you can see the trust they have for each other in what they do. Truely Beautiful!

  5. Wow. First of all, I was amazed at the bond Alycia and Goldrush share. They are astounding!!
    Second, I was greatly impressed at how she used Bible verses for some of the pictures. Way to go, Alycia, I admire your witness.

  6. I have watched this video before but it never ceases to amaze me! I do bareback jumping when I practice but not that high and not bridleless!!! I never get tired of watching this video! I like her bible verses too!!!

  7. Wow, that’s awesome!!! Now I want to teach my horse to run barrels bridleless. And it’s cool that she’s giving God the credit. 🙂

  8. Wow, I am impressed! All top riders should be able to ride their horses like this but so few can. It’s great to see such a wonderful bond between them.

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