Don't leave children alone around horses, racetracks or stables.
Children may lack the awareness of self-protection, and leaving children
alone around horses may cause accidents.
Before children come into contact with horses, tell them to speak softly
and act in a small way. It is better to keep a safe distance from
horses. And tell them not to talk to someone while they're riding.
Choose a horse that suits you. It is better for beginners to ride a quiet, well-trained horse.
The safest way to learn how to ride a horse is to find an experienced
coach or rider to guide you. Don't ride alone in the racecourse. In this
way, you can learn to ride safely and quickly.
If you are riding a horse that is immature, young, or unfamiliar to you,
you'd better find a trainer to help you and ride in a familiar
Wearing helmets when riding, even experienced professional riders will
fall off their horses. Even surveys have shown that experienced riders
are more likely to fall down than less experienced riders