How to safely introduce these cross-country obstacles.
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With a little imagination and a few props, you can create - in your ring at home - reasonable facsimiles of many of the obstacles you and yo
One of the keys to successful cross-country riding is having a sense for pace and completing as close as possible to optimum time.
Whether you or your horse are making your eventing debut at entry level or competing in the highest divisions, you’ll have to deal with brush jumps.
Before you tackle the first course at an event, there’s one initial factor that might present a challenge for you and your horse: the start box.
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Make sure the rhythm is consistent because this is the jog the judges want to see, says top judge and trainer Kitty Bowland.
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