7 days. *sara*
For a horse that hasn't jumped very high, do some cavaletti (jumps about 10cm (4 inches) tall) at a trot. then work on canter. leave enough space ebtween the jumps so if your horse jumps rather than steps over them, he won't crash into the next one. For a horse that has jumped 50cm - 1 metre, work him at about 50cm, then put the poles RIGHT down or put them on the ground and work on triple bounces (three jumps with one stride in between each one) and jumps that need a long jump like oxers or water jumps. For horses that jump over 1 metre, work on your style and speed. Make sure you horse's canter is a consistant 1-2-3-1-2-3 that you can set a clock to.
8 days. I say 10 days. Day 1, jumps 3 feet, slides back 2 feet equals 1 foot up on Day 1. Day 2, jumps 3 feet, slides back 2 feet equals 1 foot up on Day 2, plus 1 from Day 1 = 2 feet. Day 3, jumps 3 feet, slides back 2 feet equals 1 foot up on Day 3, plus 1 from Day 1 and 1 from Day 2 = 3 feet. etc. until Day 10 when his jumps total ten feet up.
roo won by 4 feet
they both only went 6 feet never finished
Each end-zone is ten yards deep.
354 feet, from the back of one end zone to the back of the other. Each end zone is 9 yards deep.
To date, US military personnel have conducted over 70,000 combat jumps since 1942.
4 each year