SHOWJUMPERS BEAT THIS!!
NOW THIS IS A BIGGG JUMP :shock:
i found it on the intranet when i was searching for something, But check it out!! It would have to be over 2m!!!!!
That is a big jump, but it doesn't look like the horse is going to clear it with its back legs.
That's just extreme. I'd want a pair of wings before taking it. :wink:
Yeh it looks a bit like that hey!! But apprentally it still stood ~the rail just spun in the cup (on the side on the wing) It is like the highest verticle jump ever! So yeh the horse didn't knock it over!! AMAZING 8)
I can't believe it cleared that, and that it just rolled in the cup :shock: . Any idea how big that horse is? Especially compared to that jump.
I'd die, just die, I know it. Total insanity.
wow impressive, but unfortunatly all i see is joint problems later in life :(
Can you imagine approaching that thing? And actually ATTEMPTING it! Brave horse!
I'd want a pair of wings before taking it. :wink:[/quote]
Umm I think I'd want a space shuttle or possibly a slingshot or cannon before I'd even consider
Holy dooley its huge!!!
:D Glad you like it!! I would find more info on it except i forgot where i found it :oops: I know its bloody HUGE! That horse deserves a bravery award!! Just have a look at the cross rail and the first rail..... I would be ****ten my pants jumping that let alone another 4-5 rails on top of that!
Holy scrumdiddlyumptious thats big...
Speaking of big things, check this out:
Weight: 1600 pds
Height: 20.1 hh
Search for World's Largest Horse Tina on google and you'll come up with tons of news articles. She is to be measured by the Guinness Book of World Records on the 28th to be named the largest horse in the world.
Also, the worlds smallest horse, Thumbelina:
Personally the thing terrifies me.
:shock: Thats a BIG lil pony he he he he he he Good imagin trying to get up on that thing you would need two mounting blockes! And imagin the lenghth of the girth! 1.50-2.00m i reckon!!! You would have to get custom made every thing!!!
Imagin the POWER :? --- do i want to :?
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