<Free City #1>
Edited By: Sebas Tian
Riding a horse was harder than he imagined.
Since a horse had four legs, just walking made Yong-Ho move around alot.
On top of that, horses were a lot bigger than humans. So when they moved their body, the smallest movement felt big.
Because of that, it was the same as sitting on a chair that kept on moving from side to side and up and down.
And this movement was just the start.
When the horse started running, the movement became even bigger.
A horse wasn’t an inanimate object like a bicycle or a car. It couldn’t change directions or stop on its own.
A connection with the horse was needed.
Thanks to the advanced saddles that they were using, the difficulty level of riding a horse decreased, but it didn’t mean that it was easy to ride it.
In order to ride a horse, one needed strong stamina and extreme balance that allowed them to endure the rough movement, the ability to connect with the horse, have the driving force required and the ability to lead so that they’re able to rhythmically balance themselves.
There’s a reason why people create dieting machines based on horse riding or the rodeo culture that was created.
Riding a beast was that difficult.
Catalina sat on top of a flat rock and she opened her mouth while wagging her tail. Yong-Ho was sitting across from her and while he was writing on the ground with a stick, she spoke.
“You seem to learn everything very quickly, sir.”
When the previous owner was alive, it was true that the House of Mammon was on the verge of falling, but it didn’t completely fall.
As the guard, Catalina learned how to ride a horse from the previous guard. Because of that, she knew that it wasn’t easy for a beginner to ride one.