Superstar Madonna showed no signs of fear as she and David Letterman rode side by side on two horses along 53rd street in Manhattan
Back in the saddle: Madonna. This time she's not alone. There's talk show host David Letterman right beside her. The two notable persons rode side by side on two horses along 53rd street in Manhattan October 20 during a taping of "The Late Show with David Letterman."
As to everybody to know, that was Madonna's first ride since being thrown from a horse in England this summer. That incident cost her several cracked ribs and a broken collarbone and hand, though she showed no signs of fear at all.
During the ride, Letterman shared stories about stumbles, while the singer explained that she hadn't been back on a horse since her fall "because my record company is not very keen on the idea of me injuring myself. I have a bit of excitement tainted with fear."