Watch the video below and see how sometimes things simply don’t go according the plan. At the beginning of that horseback-riding routine everything looks OK, the rider and his horse started their performance as it was planed, but suddenly a surprise came up for the rider. His horse thrown him out and did the rest of the show alone. The horse did the entire competition alone, he performed jump after solo jump with an empty saddle.
Although it’s unusual act, it seems that it’s not so strange in the horse world. According to Horse Talk, many horses who have unseated their riders, continue to perform, sometimes they do so for several fences and in many occasions they do an entire circuit. That’s how things look like from horse’s jumping enjoyment viewpoint.