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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 01-08-2020, 07:41 PM
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I've seem Amish ride scooters and bikes but not horses, too much money to buy just 1 saddle?
Look in an Amish contractor's trailer once...they are not afraid to spend money!
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post #12 of 33 (permalink) Old 01-08-2020, 07:51 PM
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seen a horse and buggy pulling a boat before.
That's ALL THE TIME, here.

I've seen them within the last 2-3 weeks, actually.
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seen a horse and buggy pulling a boat before.
Seen them at Keystone Dam in Armstrong County. Canít say Iíve ever seen Amish riding horses though.
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That was bucksnort giving pony rides, he was the one in the rear.
Yep. That's why I'm retiring in 19 days.
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First time last year I seen a horse pulling a boat with Amish from Kinzua Dam access road. Only thing different they were inside the boat! No buggy
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I saw a young Amish girl riding a mountain lion just outside of Meadville back in the late 60's without a saddle.
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Yep. That's why I'm retiring in 19 days.

congrats...you're gonna love it......ITS GREAT !!
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I,ve seen younger boys riding bare back between farms.
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Amish Four-On-The-Floor?
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It's not really approved in their religion / culture.

In European history people on horseback were typically warriors and/or the aristocracy (which derived from leaders of warriors).
troutbert, what you said seems to be the reason. After doing some research religion , culture, and history plays a big part in it.

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