When a horse stumbles on the run, the rider can fly out of the saddle and fly over the horse’s head. Why is this happening?

Due to inertia, the rider’s torso changes its speed. If the rider is not firmly held in the saddle, then, continuing to move forward, he flies over the horse’s head.

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