Fellow horse riders!

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    k8te Full Member

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    My husband joked about me putting in my daily activity as in poo picking and stable clearing into my propoints calculator definiatly when i put it as moderate well guess who is laughing now!!

    Research commissioned by The British Horse Society (BHS) has proved that regular participation in horse riding is good for your health.

    The research, carried out by the University of Brighton in partnership with Plumpton College looked into the health and well being benefits of horse-based sport and leisure. The findings proved that horse riding and activities associated with horse riding, such as mucking out, expend sufficient energy to be classed as moderate intensity exercise – the level of activity recommended by the Government/NHS that when achieved for 150 minutes per week will help to keep you healthy.

    Even though i put it in i never use them for actual points just to see what i do daily x x x
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