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Can you name the Show Jumping Jump Types?
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Two poles crossed so that the center is lower than the sides
One pole with no added width
Two poles at an equal height spread apart to add width to the jump
Two poles set so the furthest is higher than the closest
Two poles set so the furthes is lower than the closest (no longer allowed in competition)
Two poles with a spread between them slant in opposite directions forming an X
Solid jump often made to look like brick or stone
A jump with water beneath it
Jump where the horse is asked to jump far rather than high over water
A spread fence with three rails of graduating height
A spread fence with three rails where the middle rail is the heighest
A jump with no filler, one rail, and simple wings
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Show Jumping Jump Types Quiz
Created Feb 1, 2010 in
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Feb 1st, 2010 at 23:23 GMT
This is difficult. I would have been less specific about what kind of oxer, as not every riding place specifies. But solid idea and good effort!
Apr 3rd, 2012 at 08:15 GMT
You need to allow British terms too - vertical = upright, cross rail = cross pole, liverpool doesn't have a name - just a fence with a water tray so water tray could be excepted, open water = water, box oxer = parallel spread. The oxers are fine - an ascending oxer is a bog standard spread to us
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