On a trail, meeting them head on I kill my engine and get out of their way. Passing them I will stop and wait till they are out of my way, (or till I get tired of waiting for them to do so). On a road, meeting them I will slow and stay as far to the other side as I can, stopping if needed for them to get over. Passing them I will stop back a ways and let them get over if they are going to, then pass. Iíll be very polite, but if they take a horse out in public places, especially a road, they should have a horse that can be controlled. My bikes are quiet and Iíll give them room, but if they have a skittish or high strung horse thatís their problem not mine.
I'm not saying there should be capital punishment for stupidity, but let's take the safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself.
Current bikes: '12 WR250R, '10 F800GS, '08 Versys, '07 WR250F, '85 RZ350,
Wife's bikes: '10 F650GS, '09 XT250,'03 WR250F