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Jumping Clinic Classics: Letter-Perfect

I like this picture of an event rider very much. Her leg position is letter-perfect, but I sense that she's a little loose—that there's a slight slide and slip. More...

WEG Postcard: Jumping Warm-Up

September 17, 2002--I was going to tell you a little about Jerez de la Frontera, the scene of the World Equestrian Games, and I will, later in this postcard. But...

Olympic Show Jumping Photo Gallery

Photo © 2012 Nancy Jaffer....

Jumping Clinic Classics: Top-Notch Form

This is an outstanding photograph. The rider is clearly framed for critiquing, and her form is top-notch. Her leg is just about perfect: stirrup on the ball of her foot, ankle...

Where to Look Before Jumping

Riders who attend my clinics sometimes tell me that previous instructors have told them to look into the distance, not at the jump, when approaching a fence. In my experience,...

Jumping Clinic Classics: First-Rate Style

This is a rider with a lot of style on a first-rate small horse or large pony. Her leg is exemplary; but she is out of the saddle a little...

USEF Announce Jumping Forum Dates

February 13, 2012 --The 3rd and 4th Open Forums to discuss jumping in the United States will be held on March 13th and March 28th in Wellington, Fla. and San...

Two George Morris Jumping Exercises

In a December 2005 clinic series with U.S. show jumping team chef d'equipe George Morris, the following exercises were part of the first day's work for students of Southern California...

Jumping Clinic Classics: Nearly Faultless

In this photo we see a wonderful example of a rider who is really accompanying her horse and not (as we see far too often) going against the animal's forwardness....

Jumping Clinic Classics: Somewhat Old-Fashioned

This photo is going to strike some readers as old-fashioned and perhaps irrelevant, but it is a wonderful example of a correct, balanced forward seat and a lovely...

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