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post #1 of 3 Old 12-22-2012, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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Smile The flat work in jumping

You may not know.But 70% of jumping is flat work.So you may see Mary King,Lucinda Green and many other famous people jump a course and make it look easy.But its not easy as it looks.People on the show jumping curcuit.Train for months just too get too know their horses. But that dosent mean you cant start jumping your self.All you need is to find a safe and freindly riding school.Were you can learn the basics of riding.Once you can walk,Trot and control a horse in an inclosed arena.You can start to learn the basics of jumping.It is thourghly advised not to start jumping with out a qualifed instructer.I hope you have enjoyed reading this tread.
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