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Equestrian / Jumping Equipment and History - Olympic.org


History. Jumping developed after fences were put up in the English countryside, leading foxhunters to require horses that could jump.

A bit of history of Show Jumping – how it came to be! | Jumpstack


Dec 1, 2014 ... The Enclosures Act. – It really all started with government introducing this law in England. Humans have had a very strong relationship with ...

Horse Show Jumping: Equestrian Competition Courses and Event ...


Discover historical and current information about the equestrian event of show horse jumping including, competition courses, riding strides, jumping distances ...

World Equestrian Games: Show Jumping | The Chronicle of the Horse


Aug 25, 2010 ... During the early history of show jumping, the judging was quite varied. Some judges looked for how difficult the course was, while others ...

The History of Show Jumping Up to 1936 - Horses - Knoji


Dec 9, 2011 ... A history of Show jumping up to 1936, continued in another article. This includes information on the Olympic Games and international horse ...

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Apr 17, 2012 ... I do not own any of the pictures or the music! Music: "Run Free" - Hans Zimmer.

Show jumping - The United States Equestrian Federation


Show jumping enjoys its place, both nationally and internationally, as one of the most popular and perhaps most recognizable equestrian events, aside from ...

History of show jumping - Equestrian Association of Malaysia


Show Jumping. What is show jumping? Show jumping is an equestrian event where each horse-rider combination must clear a number (on average 15 to 20) of ...

Grand Prix Show Jumping History - Hats Off Day


The Grand Prix is the highest level of show jumping. Run under International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI) rules, the horse jumps a course of 10 to 16  ...

Equestrian Sports - The Canadian Encyclopedia


Mar 31, 2016 ... Dressage and the three-day event were included with show jumping in .... and the second individual show jumping medal in Olympic history.

Show jumping
Show Jumping, also known as "stadium jumping", "open jumping", or simply " jumping", is a part of a group of English riding equestrian events that also includes ... More »
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History - The Official Website of British Showjumping


History. The incredible physical capabilities of the horse had been recognised when the enforcement of the Enclosure Act in the eighteenth century meant that ...

The History of Show Jumping | Visual.ly


Apr 21, 2013 ... When British Parliament passed the Enclosure Acts in the 1700s, horse riders needed to jump fences in order to reach their destinations.

Horse Competitions - show jumping - Equestrian and Horse


Show Jumping - information about the history of show jumping, different show jumping styles and show jumping classes.