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When overtaking a horse and rider you should

A go past slowly and carefully
Explaination
Horses can become startled by the sound of a car engine or the rush of air caused by passing too closely. Keep well back and only pass when it is safe; leave them plenty of room. You may have to use the other side of the road to go past: if you do, first make sure there is no oncoming traffic.
B sound your horn as a warning
C go past as quickly as possible
D flash your headlights as a warning