Horseback Riding: Riding a horse involves a lot of jolts and quick movements, which can really hurt you and your baby. There is also a risk of falling, which you want to avoid. Horseback riding will be something you can enjoy after your baby is born.
Don't wear tight clothes, but do wear a good sports bra that will give you good support. Wear shoes that have good support and are not slippery, so you won't fall. Breathe deeply, drink a lot of water, and remember to keep your heart rate under 160 beats per minute. Avoid lying on your back and doing anything with jerking motions.
Stop exercising if you have any vaginal bleeding, dizziness, faintness, and shortness of breath, contractions, or nauseous feelings.
Reprinted with permission from American Pregnancy Association