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Hughie belongs to Domaine de Coudot in France. He also half-had the name of Pegasus when he was for sale in the USA, appropriate to this photograph in which he seems to be hovering, if not flying. This shot belongs to Domaine de Coudot.

The Riders' Staircase leading from the Castle courtyard to the Old Palace was built in c. 1500 by Benedikt Ried and his masonic lodge during extensive recon­struction work on the Castle. It enabled riders on horseback to enter the Vladislav Hall where in the first half of the 16th century knightly tournaments were held.

The Riders' Staircase leading from the Castle courtyard to the Old Palace was built in c. 1500 by Benedikt Ried and his masonic lodge during extensive recon­struction work on the Castle. It enabled riders on horseback to enter the Vladislav Hall where in the first half of the 16th century knightly tournaments were held.

Black Knight, Kaltenerger Ritterturnier by Jerry Nielsen on 500px

Black Knight action shot of, at the Kaltenberger Ritterturnier. A fantasitic knights tournament. The photograph shows the Black Knight charging on horseback, jousting at the Kaltenberger Ritterturnier.

Knight tournament on horseback XIV by =RivenPine

ritasv: “Bnfest 2012 - Knight tournament on horseback XIV by RivenPine ”

Native American - Apsoroke Chief on Horseback

"Ready For Charge". 1908 by Edward S. The picture shows an Indian in feather headdress, on horseback, holding a bow and arrows. He has one arrow in his mouth, prepared for a quick reload. An authentic Indian Warrior.

Watching two jousters ride full tilt at each other on horseback with spears beats the hell out of any Super Bowl in recent memory.

22 Things Renaissance Faires Do Better Than The Real World

Yes, we have knights in shining armor. On horseback. They joust.

Yes, we have knights in shining armor. On horseback. They joust.