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    11-17-2011, 03:06 PM
Originally Posted by ErikaLynn    
You cannot use a standing martingale in the jumper ring if the division offers $5000 or more. So it's not really restricted to height, but divisions offering that much are usually higher jumps.

Also with higher jumps a standing martingale becomes dangerous
Thank you for the rule clarification, I never paid much attention to the martingale rules in jumpers because my horse is ridden in a figure 8 noseband.
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    12-10-2011, 02:55 AM
I don't mind standings if they are used correctly - you see so many people in the hunter rings here using them to hol the horses head in a spot.. and it also means they can't use there head correctly...

They are such a fad in the hunter rings.... but also have their place (Ive used them before)..

If you are going to get into Show jumping then either go running or none ... (im pretty sure Standings arent legal over here for SJing but don't quote me on that)

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