Horse Riding

Contest Info

  • Started: 5/6/2007 06:00
  • Ended: 5/8/2007 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 10
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Horse Riding
Contest Directions: Psychologists say that in a relationship one is often a jockey and another one is a horse. That explains why Hillary's face is getting longer.
In this contest you are asked to photoshop any two celebrities or any two politicians - one of them as a horse and another one as owner, rider, or jockey - both in one picture. Owner can be riding a horse or just be located next to it. A good example of what we are looking for can be seen in here. Besides horse riding we will also accept entries featuring donkeys and mules.

Contest Info

    • Started: 5/6/2007 06:00
    • Ended: 5/8/2007 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 10
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
10 pictures
  • Brad Pitt Riding a Horse that Looks Like Angelina Jolie

    Brad Pitt Riding a Horse that Looks Like Angelina Jolie
        • Quality work. I would try experimenting with horse lips to see if they look better in human color.
        • I couldn't decide which way I liked it better when I was making it. I changed them back to human colored lips. What do you think?
        • Nicely done. I saw both versions & in my humble opinion, I think the pink colored lips look better.
        • how crazy! I did just teh same pic but did no uploaded...
          congrats...
        • Good work!!!i like the horse lips!! ha ha ha
        • Good edit, it looks better with pink colored lips I think.
  • Hillary Clinton Riding a Bill Clinton Horse

    Hillary Clinton Riding a Bill Clinton Horse
        • Quality concept and photoshop work. Love the old style touch you have chosen.

          [Edited by User on 5/8/2007 5:16:41 AM]
  • Dick Cheney Riding a George Bush Horse

    Dick Cheney Riding a George Bush Horse
        • Horse face looks a bit flat, but you did a good job making it resemble Bush.
        • I agree with Newsy. Also, maybe try making Bush's face match the color of the horse. It's still a nice chop, though.
  • Katie Holmes Riding a Tom Cruise Horse

    Katie Holmes Riding a Tom Cruise Horse
        • One of my favorites in this contest. The horse face resembles Tom a lot.
  • Nicole Kidman with a Horse That Looks Like Keith Urban

    Nicole Kidman with a Horse That Looks Like Keith Urban
        • Quality work on many counts. It shows the essence of their union too.

          [Edited by User on 5/7/2007 5:32:47 PM]
        • That horse really looks like Keith Urban! Good job!
  • Paris Hilton and Her Horse in Canada

    Paris Hilton and Her Horse in Canada
        • Quality work - full view shows the crisp details. Chihuahua in shades on the horse is a nice touch.
          Edit: I've just seen you edited the entry and added police cars and helicopter. Good addition.

          [Edited by User on 5/8/2007 5:18:08 AM]
        • Hahaha!!! This is funny!!! Love Tinkerbell & her sunglasses.
        • This bimbo probably doesn't know the RCMP (Mounties) always get their man (woman in this caes).The Chihuahua is great!!!
  • Rosie O'Donnell Riding a Donald Trump Horse

    Rosie O'Donnell Riding a Donald Trump Horse
        • LOL...she should be on a Clydesdale, that poor little Trump horse.
        • The hair and eyes show Donald in the horse. Quality concept too.
        • Nice work at body chop.

          [Edited by Moderator on 5/8/2007 5:21:20 AM]
  • Bill Clinton and his Weird Horse

    Bill Clinton and his Weird Horse
        • Good job making a horse look like a human female, even thought it's tough to recognise Hillary in it.
        • Hat should be shading Bill's face a little.
        • You did a great job on Bill & I love Hillary's hair.
  • Hillary Clinton and Her Mule

    Hillary Clinton and Her Mule
        • He does look like Bill Clinton. His haircut helps.
  • Dr Phil Riding a Horse

    Dr Phil Riding a Horse
        • To make it resemble Oprah more I would turn the white spot on her face into brown color too.
        • Might want to fix the shading on Phil's face, the darkest part should be my the horse. You have it exactly opposite.
        • I agree with Newsy & Rainmaker, but it's still a nice chop.
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Equestrianism, known otherwise as horse riding goes back to the ancient times when the symbiosis of men and horses started. Wild horses were domesticated and used as a means of the fastest on-shore transport before the invention of automobiles and planes. In the military, the use of horses allowed the creation of one of the fastest and deadliest army units the cavalry. Its mobility and strength were used in a variety of forms - from the chariots of ancient times to modern Cavalry units. In other words, men and horses were living and fighting side by side for centuries. But the true passion of this symbiosis can be best seen in horse riding and racing which is both a sport and a pleasure. Jockeys even consider it an art, comparing it with dancing and theater shows. This Saturday millions of Americans were watching the Kentucky Derby. Even the Queen of England Elizabeth II attended this horse racing event as a part of her short US visit. Street Sense won the Derby. This comes a year after the tragic accident when Barbaro, the horse that won last year's Derby, suffered a bone fracture in his leg while racing in Preakness, and had to have surgery to survive. Unfortunately Barbaro still could not fully recover from the fracture even after the operation and was put to sleep in January 2007. Equestrian sports is the competition in the art of riding on horses. While riding on the horse, the rider does not just sit passively on the horse, but interacts actively with the movements of the horse. At the same time, the horse reacts by adjusting the weight of the rider, by contracting the hips and by relaxing or compressing the muscles. The voice of the rider may also play a vital role in the movement of the horse, but this is not allowed in some forms of Equestrian sports. History The history of Equestrian sport goes back thousands of years. Its requirement was necessitated by the usage of horses in battle fields. The life of the rider in the battles depended very much on the behavior of the horse, that is why the need was felt for specially training (dressing) the horse: the development of strength, stamina and the implicit obedience to man. The horse was also required to immediately stop, change the pace, overcome obstacles etc. As a result, these became the disciplines of equestrian sport. Between the 14th - 17th centuries, special horse riding schools started to appear, which were training the horses and horse riders. The equestrian sport was included in the Paris Olympic Games in the year 1900. Then the program included: individual events in crossing the obstacles and long and high jumps. Competitions in equestrian sports were not included in 1904 and 1908 Olympics. The equestrian sport was permanently included in the Summer Olympics in 1912. The international equestrian sports federation was founded in 1921 with a membership of more than 110 national federations.