- ZairLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
In art,bronze statues and old Greek coins a horse was pictured "springing" or launching himself from a courbette or crouch, looking as if he was springing into battle. I've an old coin with one of these featuring a Pegasus springing into flight.
There is no springing horse term in use for modern riding.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Well I don't know but I'm gonna take a guess...
I would say it is a horse in the spring (if you live in the north horses don't get rode much in the winter) so therefor in the spring the horse is quite hipper and doesn't pay attention (well some do but I'm just sayin) so maybe thats what it means.
Hope this helped!!!