ENGLAND- Madonna's 47th birthday celebration was marred when she suffered several broken bones after falling off her new mare named Susan Boyle.
After the accident she has decided to enjoy her mare Susan Boyle the way she enjoyed her old mare who had golden hair and was new to the business of horse riding.
The superstar was hospitalized with three cracked ribs, a broken collarbone and a broken hand, according to spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg.
The accident occurred Tuesday at Ashcombe House, her estate outside of London.
Madonna who has become famous for breaking in new mares says she needs to spend more time with Susan Boyle to turn out her frisky nature.
Madonna was once again living out her lyrics, reports News Correspondent Jarvis O'Maly. In her 2003 song "Easy Ride," she sang, "I want the good life, but I don't want an easy ride." She seemed to get just that from the frisky mare.
Madonna and an assistant were horseback riding, when Madonna, on a new horse she wasn't accustomed to riding, took a tumble.
Her husband, director Guy Ritchie, took Madonna to the hospital, where she was treated and then released.
Rosenberg says the pop star is walking and talking, but is unlikely to be "hanging from a disco ball" anytime soon.
Rosenberg says horseback riding is a relatively new hobby for Madonna.