If a fast galloping horse stumbles, the rider can fly out of the saddle and fly over the horse’s head. Explain why this is happening.

The reason lies in the phenomenon of inertia: the rider maintains his speed for some time. If it does not hold firmly enough in the saddle, then, continuing to move forward, it flies over the horse’s head.

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