Faith Hill makes riding pretty easy 1883. In fact, it’s really hard to believe that she spent most of two decades scared to ride.
Before the shooting, all the actors involved in Yellowstone prequel 1883 went to creator Taylor Sheridan’s cowboy camp to learn how to ride faithfully in the late 19th century. Hill tells Taste of Country and some media outlets that she’s actually been wrong her whole life – or, at least, the part of her life when she rode a bike.
The Hill cowgirl era suddenly came to a halt when her third daughter Audrey was born.
It was more of an incident than an accident, she shares. In the video, you’ll see actor Isabel May sitting alongside Hill. They play mother and daughter on 1883.
“Most people who ride know that, but never run their horse when they see the barn,” begins the hitmaker of the ’90s and 2000s. “Well, I didn’t know that, and I just let my Bandit horse like – for almost half a mile – fly up to the barn. It was terrifying… after that moment I said, “You know what? I “will be staying off the horses for a while. ‘”
Husband Tim McGraw also kept the horses largely after that, mainly because there weren’t so many opportunities to ride, and he was busy with music, acting, and being a family man. Previously, he had explained that his riding came back easily to him, as he spent many afternoons on horseback when he was growing up.