dont. just run straight into them
Go in the same direction as the rider with the right of way. Make sure you know where they are going so that you do not get in the way. Also, if you come up behind their horse and need to pass them, go to the inside, not the outside.
The horse and rider
The driver, horses ALWAYS have right of way on a road.
This wholly depends on if the horse is healthy and fit enough to carry a rider for long periods of time. If the horse has no ailments and is of good weight and fitness it can likely carry a rider for long periods of time with little to no harmful effects. The catch is that the rider must be a good rider and well balanced and quiet in the saddle or they will cause the horse to become sore. It's also best to let the horse have a short break from time to time. A horse that is old or very young should never be ridden for prolonged periods of time, not should a horse that is injured or ill in any way.
the answer is a robin because it links to god in a way that jesus wanted it to!!
The best way to get a horse over a fear is by exposing it to the things that they fear. This way it will get used to it.
a snaffle bit would be easiest on your horses mouth a harsher bit is the best way to get a good horse to listen to a bad rider. So be good to your best friend and use a snaffle.
Because of the way English saddles are made it makes for more contact between the horse and rider. The gaits of an English horse are different than the Western type. English riders trot not jog and canter instead of loping. The English rider will post at the trot or sometimes called the rising trot. The rider is up in the saddle with the horse's outside leg and shoulder. English riding is the safest way to jump fences and gives the horse and rider the freedom of movement needed to navigate a jumping course. When done correctly, English riding is beautiful to watch.
The best way to ride a horse is to evaluate what that particular horse is built and bred for. The ability of the rider is also important. A bad rider can injure a horse more than what seat a rider uses. Also, considering what sport you are in may help you to determine which saddle you prefer to use. Obviously if you are a jumper you would be better in an English saddle, and if you are a barrel racer, you would most likely use a western saddle.
The rider who does not have right of way do in an indoor or outdoor riding school should go into the inside track.
Then you can just ride on, the other rider has to go on the insidetrack to avoid you.
There's really no one best rider in the world. Equestrian sports encompass many different disciplines, and even within those disciplines there really isn't one 'best' rider. You should probably research the individual disciplines you're focusing on, and find out the top riders in those categories.