|morganshow11 ||02-28-2009 08:24 AM |
Devinette!! (please watch)
This is one AMAZING video!!!!!!!!!
|GSJCCrider ||02-28-2009 10:29 AM |
OH WOW!!!!!!!!! I have a horse that free jumps(haverovian) but not as high as that!!!!!!
|HorseLuva97 ||03-01-2009 09:14 PM |
WOW that's amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|MLK11 ||03-01-2009 09:34 PM |
He just bounces right off the ground! Great vid!
|morganshow11 ||03-02-2009 06:05 PM |
I just don't know how is skinny lil legs can take all that, lol!
|Xoras ||03-03-2009 11:44 PM |
Daaaang he jumps high! O.o
|smrobs ||03-03-2009 11:46 PM |
Wow! Talk about overjumping. That is incredible.
|mayfieldk ||03-03-2009 11:48 PM |
Why is a horse that overjumps amazing?
I can't imagine the amount of stress that puts on that horse's joints. Not to mention you'd never get through a jump course like that, because by time you got to the end the horse would be so sore and tired it wouldn't make it.
Does the horse have potential? Oh yeah. Do I think it's irresponsible of the owners to watch and allow the horse to over jump that high?
|LauraB ||03-04-2009 12:02 AM |
It looks to me like they have trained him with wire strung across the top of the jump standards. He has learned that he must jump the height of the standard rather than the jump itself.
|mayfieldk ||03-04-2009 12:18 AM |
...That is weird. A wire? ...That SOUNDS dangerous and fishy to me, but I don't know. Can you train that out of them, on a jump course? LOL
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