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12th Apr '16 4:56:37 PM ANTMuddle
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** Fluttershy takes this stance to gear up for her final cheering attempt in the opening scene of "Sonic Rainboom."
7th Nov '15 4:29:04 AM WillyFourEyes
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* Players have the option of Heroic Pose in ''VideoGame/TheSims3'' if the Sim rider has enough experience. The result is a rearing horse.

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* Players have the option of Heroic Pose in ''VideoGame/TheSims3'' ''Pets'' expansion if the Sim rider has enough experience.a high-enough Riding skill. The result is a rearing horse.



* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'': Lightning's Eidolon transforms into a horse, which does this in a recently released official image without a saddle or reins (possible with strong legs and good balance, but in Lightning's case it's more likely that she's using her gravity manipulation powers).

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'': Lightning's Eidolon transforms into a horse, which does this in a recently released an official image without a saddle or reins (possible with strong legs and good balance, but in Lightning's case it's more likely that she's using her gravity manipulation powers).


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* The box art for ''VideoGame/{{Darksiders}}'' shows the protagonist, War, rearing back on his horse.
4th Nov '15 11:39:14 AM HeraldAlberich
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* Happens in ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film when Aragorn and his army are at the Black Gates at the end of a RousingSpeech. According to the DVD Commentary, [[ThrowItIn this happened entirely by accident, but Viggo Mortensen stayed on the horse and it looked good so they kept the shot.]]

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* Happens in ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' film ''[[Film/TheLordOfTheRings The Return of the King]]'' when Aragorn and his army are at the Black Gates at the end of a RousingSpeech. According to the DVD Commentary, [[ThrowItIn this happened entirely by accident, but Viggo Mortensen stayed on the horse and it looked good so they kept the shot.]]



* The coat of arms of Creator/MercedesLackey's ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar Kingdom of Valdemar]]'' is the Windrider, a winged horse rampant with broken chains.
* Appears in the original cover art for the Valdemar novel ''Arrow's Fall'', though the "horse" is Talia's Companion, who is more like a guardian angel made flesh.

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* The coat of arms of Creator/MercedesLackey's ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar Kingdom ''Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar'':
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of Valdemar]]'' Valdemar's coat of arms is the Windrider, a winged horse rampant with broken chains.
* ** Appears in the original cover art for the Valdemar novel ''Arrow's Fall'', though the "horse" is Talia's Companion, who is more like a guardian angel made flesh.
25th Jul '15 2:17:04 AM Odon
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* The horse the cheetah rides in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Survival". Yes, ''the horse the cheetah rides.'' Note: During filming, the stunt man couldn't get the horse to rear, or do anything else, but the actress playing Karra could. It turned out that the horse hated men.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho''
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The horse the cheetah rides in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Survival". Yes, ''the horse the cheetah rides.'' Note: During filming, the stunt man couldn't get the horse to rear, or do anything else, but the actress playing Karra could. It turned out that the horse hated men.men.
** In "Last Christmas", SantaClaus (yes, ''that'' Santa) does this on Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer after doing a BigDamnHeroes.



* ''Series/DoctorWho''. In "Last Christmas", SantaClaus (yes, ''that'' Santa) does this on Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer after doing a BigDamnHeroes.
29th Jun '15 4:31:58 PM stripey_cat
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[[SomewhereAnEquestrianIsCrying In real life]], it's a Very Bad Thing, and ''only'' experienced trainers should even get on a horse with a rearing habit (although there is a difference between an actual rear and several of the dressage moves known as the "Airs Above the Ground")[[note]]one is on command, and one is not. This difference is important[[/note]]. It is very easy to cause a rearing horse to fall over backwards on top of the rider, which can easily lead to serious injuries or even death.

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[[SomewhereAnEquestrianIsCrying In real life]], it's a Very Bad Thing, and ''only'' experienced trainers should even get on a horse with a rearing habit (although there is a difference between an actual rear and several of the dressage moves known as the "Airs Above the Ground")[[note]]one is on command, and one is not. This difference is important[[/note]].important. There is an important physical difference too, to do with the angle above the horizontal at which the torso is held: in the Airs, the horse remains well-balanced and in control of its movements, with the body held low over bent legs so it'll fall forward. In a rear, everything goes up near-vertically on a very narrow base, and is prone to toppling, especially if the horse is agitated. [[/note]]. It is very easy to cause a rearing horse to fall over backwards on top of the rider, which can easily lead to serious injuries or even death.
3rd May '15 6:14:40 PM nombretomado
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* In ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'', Celty's horse does this all the time. Of course, said horse is a magical spirit [[MyHorseIsAMotorbike typically in the form of a motorcycle]], and Celty herself is [[CelticMythology a Dulahan]] (a HeadlessHorseman), so they can both do whatever the hell they want.

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* In ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'', Celty's horse does this all the time. Of course, said horse is a magical spirit [[MyHorseIsAMotorbike typically in the form of a motorcycle]], and Celty herself is [[CelticMythology [[Myth/CelticMythology a Dulahan]] (a HeadlessHorseman), so they can both do whatever the hell they want.
22nd Apr '15 9:21:44 PM Odon
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* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. Holtz makes a BigEntrance in a flashback to Rome 1771. Likely it was the presence of evil vampire Angelus that caused the horse to rear.

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* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. VampireHunter Holtz makes a BigEntrance in a flashback to Rome 1771. Likely it was the presence of evil vampire Angelus that caused the horse to rear.
22nd Apr '15 9:21:23 PM Odon
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* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. Holtz makes a dramatic entrance in a flashback to Rome 1771. Likely it was the presence of evil vampire Angelus that caused the horse to rear.

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* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. Holtz makes a dramatic entrance BigEntrance in a flashback to Rome 1771. Likely it was the presence of evil vampire Angelus that caused the horse to rear.
22nd Apr '15 9:19:45 PM Odon
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Inept squire Podrick Payne finally manages to get control of his horse after losing control of it during a ChaseScene, only for the horse to rear and throw him into the river. The knights who've been chasing Pod ride up and find him not only without a horse, but without a weapon (given that his axe is strapped to the horse). [[BigDamnHeroes Only Brienne's intervention saves his life]].
3rd Apr '15 6:50:29 PM Dawnwing
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* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsOnline'', can be done by pressing the spacebar if the horse is standing still. If you are in combat and take enough hits, the horse will rear and knock you off.
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