Horse boarding is a sport in which competitors ride off-road skateboards while being pulled by horses. The objective is to stay upright at high speeds and over rough terrain:
Professional stuntman Daniel Fowler-Prime, 31, invented the sport five years ago after he strung a rope between his off-road ‘mountain board’ and a horse.
Now he has developed the daredevil stunt into a fully fledged sport and is looking forward to hosting the UK’s first ever horse boarding championships this summer.
Adrenaline junkies stand on a mountain board while gripping a rope and attempt to maintain their balance as the horse is spurred into a gallop by its rider.
The rush of acceleration provides the greatest thrill, with riders reaching speeds of 35 miles per hour in just five horse strides.