Calmly follow your horse’s movements and take one hurdle after another. Purposefully you lead your horse through the course. After the race you’re talking after a while in the dining room. Com took over; triple, Oxer and double jump. What obstacles do they mean now? The syllabus is not all those names.
If you are building a barrier, you need poles. Previously, all these were of iron, but now you can also get them in plastic. The posts include spoons, where you can add obstacles beams. To help your horse to judge when to jump, you can put a bar before the obstruction. The bar that you place over the obstacle, you call a golvbalk. If your horse does not have jump for so long, or if you do not so often, you can let him jump on a cavaletti.This is a bar that has put support at both ends. You can have multiple cavaletti?? s stack together to create a real obstacle or loose the back on the ground.
Various types of barriers
You have a lot of obstacles which can be divided into five types. These are the following: high jump, jump, jump, jump width aspect combination and alternative barriers. Alternative barriers do not occur in a regular show jumping course, but you can see most of the cross.
First you need such high hopes. These obstacles are just very high and has no width. Your horse so just have to jump very high, and to overcome any distance. In General, the jumping high is a bit more difficult to enjoy your horse. Often there is a ground bar. It is recommended to run in a calm and picked up speed at an altitude jump. An example of a jump height is a cross. To make a selection, you need two bars and two poles. In a transverse lie the bars with only one end of the spoon. The other end of the bar is on the ground. The two beams cross each other, hence the name of the obstacle. In the middle of the obstacle is the lowest point, making sure the horse is invited neatly in the middle to remove the obstacle. In addition to the cross is also a steep jump height jump. A steep jump consists of two poles and two or three bars. These rays are equally spaced from each other in spoons, directly above each other. A steep jump is relatively difficult for the horse to jump, which often is an Earth Strip.
In a jump width is not if the height of the obstacle without specifying the width. Width Jumps are often relatively low, but has a width of a large distance. Your horse will need to jump a long way to get clear of the obstacle.
The most famous example of a jump the width is the trench. The name says it all; It is a barrier with water. Until the class M may not themselves the trench is used, and there is often a blue tarpaulin or something similar on the ground used as a ditch. In the M-class and higher, often uses a real trench.The trench is a white border demarcation and if there are two red and one white flags along.
Height?? width of hope
The Oxer and triple-bar are examples of image jumps. With this type of obstacles, the point is that the horse must pass both the height and width to get clear of the obstacle. Most aspect of hope consists of simple beams and columns. The Oxer, for example, consists of four pillars and a number of beams. There are two rows of beams plan a behind the other, hence the four poles. The beams are parallel to each other and are located between the posts. The rear bar is often slightly higher than the beams in the front uprights. When the triple bar you have three rows of beams, increasing in height. The rear bar is higher because the previous two. How many bars you have depends on what kind of obstacles you build exactly. In General, the outlet for an Oxer closer the obstacle, because the front beam is relatively low.
If you have the fourth combination jump. These are hop consisting of several obstacles, which are right behind each other. The obstacles to be jumped in a straight line and in quick succession. Usually consists of steep jumps and combination jumps oxers. A check-out is seen as a combination jump. These barriers are so close behind each other to a horse immediately after he landed is to jump again. A tussenpas can’t make the horse. Usually exists in trips of two or more cross or steep jumps with a relatively low height. The double jump is a combination jump. This obstacle consists of one or two straight or oxers jumps, or a combination of both. A double jump is similar to a check-out, but this horse has space for one or two steps between hurdles. In General, the double act consisting of beams and poles. Another example of a combination jump is the three-forked road. This is very similar to the double jumps, but consists of two barriers instead of three. A fork in the road is only from class M jumped into a track. If you do not jump right into the first hurdle in an intersection, it is very difficult to get clear of the other two obstacles.
Cross obstacles and other
In institutions may include cross, in addition to the usual obstacles, even alternative barriers and closed or partially closed for obstacles. In addition to these barriers, there is also a Joker. The Joker can only be used in certain courses.
An additional obstacle is not specifically a certain obstacle. What that meant is that there are two obstacles in the trail is the same number. The driver must determine which of the two obstacles, he’ll be jumping with his horse. If the horse is a rejection, the rider also choose to take a different obstacle.
Closed and partially closed barriers
An example of a closed barrier is the sheepfold. The sides of the obstacle can be overcome only by jumping over them. If there is a refusal on a closed trail obstacles must be taken forward,. In a partly closed barriers there is a closed part of the obstacle, is the other end open. If your horse refuses a partially closed barrier, must be like the closed barrier, jumped out of the track. Topic closed and partially closed barriers should be marked on the syllabus. If not specified, it is also this part of the trail open?? When?? was adopted.
The joker is an obstacle that should be used only in a progressive course or in a play-your-game section. It is a barrier with a higher difficulty level as the rest of the obstacles on the course. The Joker can be up to 20 centimeters higher than the other obstacles.
Barriers in the curriculum
Now you know what obstacles are all there, you may be wondering how this is recorded on a syllabus.Each jump course has its own syllabus, which shows the location of the start and finish, and the order in which you must jump obstacles.
Each obstacle has its own number. If there are combination jumps in the course they have put together a number followed by a letter. For example, you have obstacles 6A and 6B. These figures stands with signs in front of the obstacle, so you can not only get lost in this course.
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