In late 2020 my Camera Club held a "Show & Tell " session where members could present 12 photographs taken from the same place.
I entered this sequence of 12 photographs depicting a horse jumping the last fence at the Portrush Point to Point in May 2018, stumbling on landing and as a consequence unseating the rider and throwing him rider wen over the head of the horse where he eventually fell to the ground. The rider was uninjured as can be seen when he walked back in front of the spectators towards the changing room.
This was a good example of the use of the "Back Button Focus" on my camera whereby the focussing and taking of the photograph are separated and spread across two button. The shutter button which usually focuses when pressed half way down and takes the photograph when fully depressed. A button at the back of the camera is set to focus the lens. I depressed both buttons for this sequence and followed the horse and rider such that the camera kept the rider in focus throughout. I took more than 12 photographs in the sequence but condensed down to 12 photographs as required.The rider was Rory Devine and the horse was named Tullyoroir.