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If you think of a show, you usually think of stadium jumping, also called jumping - a steed and a horseman who overcome hurdles in a course. In the United States, the stadium jumping is becoming increasingly popular as a sports for spectators.
The stadium jumping is a very versatile discipline, which includes a variety of jump rankings, which differ in the height (or depth) of the jump, the number of dives and the power of the stadium or both. Courses are also called "Under Saddle", which take place "on the level" and do not include any jump.
This means the quickest amount of times on the track with the lowest number of punishments, so that you will see a lot of speed and severity in these categories. Jumping tournaments that are "rated" have been approved by the United States Equestrian Federation and are held according to USEF-regulations.
Drivers of these tournaments can collect points for domestic contests. For more information about jumping USEF, click here.
Riding stadium tournaments
Stadium jumping: Stadium jumping is a race in which the horse and rider complete a hurdle race or jump within an arenas or equestrian area. There are colourful and different height and width of the jump. Long leaps or "spread jumps" can involve a risk of flooding over which the horse must jump but which it must not contact.
It will be assessed according to the amount of timed and the number of mistakes, which reflects the number of torn off leaps, timed punishments, disobedience of the horses and mistakes of the cavalry. Hight, width and number of steps depends on your skill levels. The aim is to make the jump within the given period without any mistakes.
All the tricks are clocked and the finish line is a clear lap with the quickest lap times. You and your stallion must be fitted with a front passenger or a general use British semi. Virtually any kind of bridles can be used on your horses with an Anglo-Saxon bridles.
You can go the distance before you start riding and schedule your rapprochement with each jum. The jumps are offered in a ring where you can heat up your horses before the competition. You will receive a start shot (bell, pipe, etc.) in the ring and have a maximal amount of course completion in the ring.
Victors will be judged on the quickest time and the least number of mistakes. Preparation of your horse: You want to ensure that your stable is fully manageable on the level and above the jump. Stadiums jumping hazards can be very extravagantly colored and ornamented, so make sure your stadium is used to vibrant colours and strangely formed vault.
Your mare may need a plaited hair, according to the formalities of the show. Your stallion can profit from leg protectors such as bucket or brushed heels. The jumping classes are almost a must. They have to be taught to get close to a leap, to remain in the middle and to overcome narrow curves and a combination of leaps.
Scrutinies -- Mistakes and penalties: Defeated four mistakes for each dive. When a hooftouch makes a leap into the ocean, it makes four mistakes. There are four errors for refusing to do so. Horses (shoulders and hips touching the ground) or riders falling. Exceeds the timeout. Timeout: Penalties for every four seconds or part of a second in excess of the times permitted in the first and second and play-off.
Each second or each part of a second that exceeds the permitted piercing counterclockwise. The stadium jumping can be a great pleasure and improve the flexibility and concentration of horses and riders.