Jumpers is an objectively judged event which is scored on the speed and number of faults accrued over a course. Faults are earned by knocking down rails, stopping at fences or going over the time allowed. These horses need to be careful and quick. Hunters is a subjectively judged event which is scored on the horse's performance. The horse's movement, manners and style over fences are all taken into account when judging this event. An ideal hunter has a long, easy stride with minimal knee action and a beautiful, round jump. Equitation is another subjectively judged event in which the rider's performance is judged. The rider's style and effectiveness are judged in the Equitation. Attire is conservative, like in the hunters, and the jumps are typically similar to those seen in the hunter ring (although the Eq can take place over jumper-style jumps) although the questions asked by the course are often more similar to those in the jumpers (e.g., lines set short or long, rollbacks, bending lines, etc.).