When it comes to show jumping the FEI or Fédération Requester International (International Federation for Equestrian Sports) is the equestrian sport’s governing body on the global level with its headquarters in Lausanne which is the French-speaking area of Vaud in Switzerland. Every month, FEI ranks the world athletes accordingly and apparently there are always some
This new jumping youth development program was launched to enhance the number of participants at the horse jumping competitions. The program aims at encouraging the youngsters about the Canadian horse jumping sport, the various competitions, and the different levels that are conducted periodically throughout the year. Furthermore, this Canadian youth development program is well known
Horse jumping is a kind of Equestrian sport that is popular in countries like the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia. Within this equestrian sport, there are two types of riding; English and Western riding. The English riding has three different event types in the Olympics; cross country, show jumping and dressage. Show jumping
Take a look how big of an impact family of Dicks brought into the horse shows (international and local ones) and find out why bringing more popularity to this competition can only have huge advantages in the future.
Show Jumping In Olympic Stadiums Show jumping is also called jumpers or stadium jumping. The event incorporates an array of equestrian events such as eventing, equitation, hunters, and dressage. Show jumping classes are a common occurrence around the world, even at the Olympics. You will find that some shows are only required to be attended
Tense In London Olympics Competition This is the eve of London Olympics. Every competitor is standing ready to give the best in a race whose winner is named as the undisputed champion before the next races are held. The horses are ready to run and waiting for the whistle to be blown. The owners are
Michael Jung Wins Gold He is a German. He was riding his horse Sam, and together they won the second consecutive gold in Olympics. Thus Sam was named as the third horse in the history of horse riding to win the two golds consecutively. Interestingly, Michael Jung had not chosen Sam as his first choice