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                              Jenny and her horse, J.B.
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Photo 1
JB approaching jump. She's an Arab horse, JB is short for Jay
Belinda, no I didn't name her. Notice how my right arm is
automatically in the right place to hold the reins, even tho I can't
hold them....it does this by itself. JB doesn't have more than 4 legs,
that's my daughter's horse behind me. My horse's pricked ears and raised tail indicate she's feeling frisky. I should have noted this.......

Photo 2
JB after jump....this is how horses deal with one armed riders. JB
has put her head in the air, pulling the reins out of my hand. This
means I now have no brakes, leaving JB free to charge at and scare
the crap out of the photographer. She had done the same jump 4
times in an effort to get the crucial mid air shot, horses get bored and grumpy too! Note also my unsympathetic laughter.......