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2008 Olympic Show Jumping Trials Set

January 2, 2008 -- The U.S. Equestrian Federation (USEF) has announced the location and dates for the USEF show jumping trials for the 2008 Olympics. The trials will be held...

Jumping Clinic Classics: A Scopey Jumper

This rider has a very good leg. Her stirrup is on the ball of her foot, her ankle is elastic and supple, her heel is down and in, and her...

Jumping Clinic Classics: A Lovely Long Release

This is a very nice, soft picture. The rider's leg is quite good, with her heel down (but not exaggerated) and ankle flexed. Her toe is out just a bit,...

Jumping Clinic Classics: A Solid "A" Rider

This is a beautiful picture of a horse and rider team who look as if they can perform. If I were grading them, I'd give the rider a 96 and...

Jumping Clinic Extra with George Morris

Photos © Stacey Nedrow-Wigmore Top equitation riders spent five days under the watchful eye of show-jumping legend and equitation master George Morris at his namesake Horsemastership Training Session in early January...

Jumping Clinic Classics: Tight in the Tack

With her very secure lower leg—heel down and absorbing the weight of her body, ankle flexed, toe out, lower leg resting on her horse’s side—this rider looks as if she’ll...

Jumping Clinic Classics: A Very Good Leg

A good position depends on a good leg, and this rider’s leg is very good: heel down, ankle flexed, toe out, and calf on her horse at the girth. Although...

Jumping Clinic Classics: A Good Stirrup Length

This young rider has a good stirrup length. Because of this, her leg position is very good, with her heel down and her calf on her pony’s side. She does...

Jumping Clinic Classics: An Excellent Example

This is as excellent an example of a child rider as we’ve ever had. She has a beautiful leg. Her heels are down and her stirrups are just the right...

WEG: Frank Chapot - Show Jumping coach

Frank Chapot has completed five decades as a key figure with the United States Equestrian Team. He first joined it as the youngest member of the 1956 Olympic Show...

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