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How to Ride a Horse: That master of all activities, Goofy, shows us the basics of riding a horse, from selecting the proper clothes, to mounting, the basic gaits, jumping, and walking the horse back to the stable (until the horse hears the word "stable", that is).

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Released: February 24, 1950
Genres: Animation Comedy Family Short
Director: Jack Kinney
Actors: John McLeish Pinto Colvig

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