The left side, also called the “near side,” is considered the proper side for mounting and dismounting a horse. … A right-handed man carried his sword on his left side, and so he mounted on the left so the sword wouldn’t get in the way as he swing his leg across the horse.
ANSWER. Dismount from a horse. ALIGHT. One dismounting from a horse, maybe.
Dismounting is basically the reverse of mounting. With the reins gathered in your left hand and placed above the horse’s withers, place your right hand below the pommel. Remove your right foot from the stirrup, bend your right leg and move it over the horse’s croup without touching it.
The occasional mount from the ground won’t seriously damage your horse’s back or your saddle. It’s the daily habit of mounting from the ground that will cause trouble. … It’s such an easy habit to get into, and a very humane thing to do for your horse.”
Look at his ears
To know if your horse loves you, you have to learn how to observe and interpret the movements and positions of his ears. If he has loose and relaxed ears around you, it’s a sign that he feels comfortable with you. Another positive sign is that the horse keeps its ears slightly back when being ridden.
Horses have two sides to their brains: the left brain and the right brain. Each side of your horse’s brain is like a completely separate horse.
verb (used with object)
to bring or throw down, as from a horse; unhorse; throw: The horse twisted and bucked and finally dismounted its rider. to remove (a thing) from its mounting, support, setting, etc.: to dismount a picture.
dismount (plural dismounts) (gymnastics) The part of a routine in which the gymnast detaches from an apparatus. It was a stylish routine, let down by a sloppy dismount.
take down, bring down. dismount(v. n.) Synonyms: alight (from a horse), descend, get down.
When mounting a tall horse, lengthen the stirrup leather until your foot can reach the stirrup without straining and swing into the saddle from there; once on board, return the stirrup to its regular length.