Zeneta or Zenata It is the denomination of a group of Berber villages of the medieval era. These tribes were known for their mastery in horse riding and for his ability to raise horses .
In Hispanic Arabic, the gentilicio of this group was zanáti: from there comes the term horse rider , which refers to the individual who dominates the horse riding or what ride . The riders, therefore, are people who they usually ride horses , especially for issues related to their daily work or their trade.
The Cowboys and the gauchos They are great riders. These men of countryside They usually spend a lot of time on horses, performing various tasks in rural areas or even using animals as a means of transport.
To the rider who is dedicated to participate in races horses It is known as jockey . They are usually subjects of low physical structure, thin and short.
He Headless Horseman , on the other hand, is a fictional character whose origins date back to the Middle Ages . The American Washington Irving contributed to popularize the myth through "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" or "The legend of the Headless Horseman" , a story which he published in 1820 .
According to this mythology , he Headless Horseman It is a headless creature that rides on a black horse. While riding, he carries his head under his right arm.
The Horsemen of the Apocalypse , meanwhile, there are four gentlemen who appear mentioned in the book of the Apocalypse , which is part of New Testament . It is about allegories of death, hunger, war and conquest.