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Synonyms for showjumping

riding horses in competitions over set courses to demonstrate skill in jumping over obstacles

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She also instigated both the Durham junior and senior academy camp this year and works tirelessly to promote British Showjumping.
Teesside-area showjumping is also celebrating success closer to home after Ellie Fannan won the Pony Restricted Rider 1.
Potts won at Netley Hall Equestrian Centre in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, to earn her place in the British Showjumping National Championships, which take place at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire from August 11-16.
It will be a showjumping contest held at the Liverpool ECHO Arena.
The three-star showjumping international competition (CSI3), which is accredited by the Royal Equestrian Federation, is part of the International Royal Windsor Horse Show, being held at the Windsor Royal Great Park.
After the showjumping last year it was good to win at a big competition again as we mainly attend the local shows.
The royal is working long days as he masterminds the Longines Global Champions Tour showjumping event.
The Queen also honoured Bahraini military showjumping rider corporal Khalid Al Khateri, winner of the single championship, as well as the winners of the showjumping championship for teams Shaikh Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa and corporal Ahmed Mansour.
The show, which features Olympic calibre rider and horse combinations, including members of the Saudi Arabian bronze-medal-winning team, also showcases the internationally-successful Dubai Showjumping Team and UAE Olympian, Shaikha Latifa Bint Ahmad Bin Juma Al Maktoum.
Anna and Sebastian regularly compete on the rabbit showjumping circuit, where he usually achieves a more modest 50cm.
Prior to the PS60million business and personal financial collapse of the Gillespies, their horses were among the best in showjumping.
BRITISH Showjumping has launched its government-funded Advanced Apprenticeship In Sporting Excellence scheme for talented young riders.
PAUL NICHOLLS' assistant trainer Dan Skelton knows all about the Cheltenham roar, but admits it was probably surpassed by the decibel level generated by the 23,000 crowd at Greenwich Park last week as his father Nick finally won Olympic gold as a member of Britain's triumphant showjumping team.
WARWICKSHIRE showjumping legend Nick Skelton struck Olympic gold - and described his moment of glory as ''a dream come true''.
BRITAIN'S showjumping team won gold for the first time in 60 years yesterday, even though their star performer had a hip replacement last year.