In barrel racing the rules are that you must go in a cloverleaf pattern. The pattern can be run with 1 right turn and 2 left turns or 1 left turn and 2 right turns. Failure to complete the pattern results in a no time. If any obstacles are knocked over the rider gets a 5 second penalty.
Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch was created on 2003-01-12.
depending on the competitions that the horse is running in, western tack for barrel racing English tack for show jumping and cross country
Artie gets knocked out of his chair in Season two's episode, "Furt".
he gets knocked out
Put it in milk.
well most of the time a superhero gets knocked out then he gets back up and defeats him or her
when it died. A horse can't race anymore when it is permanently limping or has a permanent issue. If you want your horse to be seriously injured you can continue racing it. I have an Arabian who is 20 and fully capable of racing but when we trailered her the first time she injured herself and now has a HUGE scar. I would still be racing her except every time she turns the 2nd barrel on barrel racing she falls because the scar stretches and hurts her. I also have a horse over 30 yrs old and she is still racing w/ a slight limp. If yours has any serious issues you should stop racing it, if not you can keep racing it but when it gets to a point where it doesn't like racing or your not so sure about him/her anymore then you should retire him/her. Hope this helps!! :)
racing for pink slip means winner of the race gets the loser's car.