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Billie Eilish rides horse after revealing it helps with stress

Billie Eilish was seen horseback riding, an activity she previously said helps her combat stress, in Los Angeles on Friday.

In the images exclusively obtained by Page Six, the “Bad Guy” songstress, 20, was captured in full equestrian regalia.

Eilish appeared in the photos dressed in a helmet, long-sleeve sweater, gloves and riding boots.

She seemed at ease as her horse galloped for about an hour at a track in the Valley.

We’re told the superstar spent about an hour “doing circles with a trainer” and then some ground work at the stables.

In July 2019, Eilish told Rolling Stone that horseback riding is “more for my mental health than, like, a hobby.”

The “Happier Than Ever” superstar’s mom, Maggie Baird, also shared in the interview that her Grammy-winning daughter has “always really loved is horses.”

Horseback riding is an expensive hobby, though, so Eilish said she had to work at the stables in exchange for lessons growing up.

However, the “Everything I Wanted” singer said she “couldn’t take being the poor girl around the stable.”

“I made a couple of friends, but otherwise nobody was very nice,” Eilish also told Rolling Stone. “Horse people don’t like poor people.”

The superstar has been open about her battle with depression.

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Billie Eilish

The superstar has been open about her battle with depression.

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It is unclear whether Eilish still turns to horseback riding to help her keep her cool, but the “Ocean Eyes” singer has been candid about her mental health struggles in the past.

In July 2019, a then-17-year-old Eilish revealed she began battling depression at the age of 13 when a serious hip injury forced her to stop dancing.

“It sent me down a hole,” the “No Time to Die” singer admitted. “I went through a whole self-harming phase — we don’t have to go into it. But the gist of it was, I felt like I deserved to be in pain.”

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