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Tailor-made adjustable cross-country fences
All-terrain fences are bolted and built for use in an area. Fences can be delivered with stabilising pegs if you want to mark out your fences for additional security. This off-road course has been developed to allow greater exercise possibilities and to facilitate the organisation of an event without having to buy several places with fences of different sizes - ideal in the event that there is little room available or you want to use them in an area!
Photographs below show the adjustable fences, most of which have a 50 - 90cm area in 10cm steps. However, since our fences are made to measure, they can be constructed according to your wishes in terms of width or hight (e.g. 60-100cm, 70-110cm). By default, our fences are 8ft width, unless you need a thin one.
Although we strive to design our fences precisely, the indicated height and width s are approximate due to the variations in the rustical trunks used in fencing.
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to test country fences in Great Britain
After several deadly wounds to participants in 1999 and 2000, the track planners began to develop more secure fencing structures, among them fences that "yield" on collision. In the last three years, several drafts for "fragile" (light or slightly fragile) terrain fences have been presented and some of them have been tested on an internation l scale, but none has prevailed.
The entry of the tab has shown that these foldable fences decrease the risks of a falling only to raise the risks of another (generally because of the large moving wooden parts that may get caught with the feet of a horse). This latest in foldable fencing looks well equipped for many of these threats and could be widely accepted.
Formerly the BCAA (British Horse Trials Association), in collaboration with the BCRL, has recently revealed a "Pin" gate to prop up the top track of a verticale or oxide hoard. Only when the top of such a barrier is struck from above with a load of 460 kg (1,012 lb) or more will the new pen lower the top bar by at least 20 cm.
That is equivalent to a 15.3-handed or better that collides with a crack between the breast and knees. This prevents the collapsing bar from unrolling as it is held between two stands so that it can fall upright. As well as being integrated into the designs of some new off-road fences, the tips can also be integrated into some leaps, a procedure which, according to the railway constructors, should not be inconvenient.
A number of top-class UK shows will put the pins through their paces in 2002. With Northampton, Tweseldown and at least two other early bird shows to incorporate the pins into some of their post-and-rail fences, there is a chance that the Badminton Horse Trials, an internationally renowned four-star group.
When the needle shows that it can reduce the frequency of serious falling, it could be widely used at UK shows in 2003. Hugh Thomas, the course's internationally renowned course architect, has found that the "fragile" needle, although a move in the right directions, does not appeal to all kinds of fences. Currently, only cracks can be installed in the post-and-beam structure; for example, no functional hinged structure has yet been implemented for desks or masonry.
Financing for the cross-country needle was provided by British Eventing in the amount of £67,000 (approx. $96,000). With the badge comes a new rulebook, which includes the case that a horseman and a horseman meet a foldable barrier; at the present time it seems that either significant punishments or compulsory pension ation (withdrawal from the remainder of the competition) are introduced.
The designer says it should only take a few moments for the next horseman and the next horseman to get close to the race. Meanwhile, research is continuing on the fall risks in events. Liverpool University's Department of Studying Horses recently started a two-year outdoor fall survey, which focuses more on injury to horses than on man and uses a Transport Research Laboratory mechanic laboratory mounted horsecar.
Furthermore, in the 2002 campaign, Ellen Singer, DVM, DSc, Dipl. ACVS, teacher at the University of Liverpool Department of Vetinary Medicine, plans to gather information from some 40 UK courses (2001 dates are short due to massive foot-and-mouth cancellation).
Peter Durrant, British Eventing's CEO, expects the Liverpool University and Transport Research Laboratory research programs to work together to mitigate the risks of injuries to the horse and rider without damaging the kick-on-mind.