How to train your horse to jump a course of show jumps

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Saracen Horse Feeds show us how to train your horse to jump a course of show jumps. Whatever your horse’s needs, you can trust the Saracen range of diets – for more information visit http://www.saracenhorsefeeds.com

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12 Responses

  1. Pay Dan
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    Can I jump my 17 yr old horse he is 17 hands too so they are quite easy but I have been jumping him 2ft and a little higher

  2. tali smith
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    great video my horse is called benny I think that's what you called that horse if so whats his show name if not got any ideas of show names hes a 14hh gypsy vanner

  3. Vova Libamba
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    Hi! I'm Alex.I did -15 lbs last one month.Open givura.io#vkM9

  4. Banshee Queen
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    my pony always runs right directly after the jump and I have no idea how to get him to start listening to me at that point:(

  5. Kenzie Qualls
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    should i trot jumps on my 23 yr old quarter horse gelding?

  6. zeeclique
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    i love this <3 !!! that was just perfect!! and such a GOOD horse!! my horse just loves to run. :/ cant get him to do short canter.

  7. JasperIsaLittleHorse
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    I agree! I have an arena…but it is mostly muddy, it's not fenced in. I have one pair of standard, 1 pole, 3 barrels a "wall" and a few flower boxes…and none of them are actually mine. And I'm lucky to even have that…Id'e die for all of her equipment!! It would be so much more use full if i even had another pole!

  8. TheOrangeOstrich
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    Are you… Complaining?? I don't even have an arena to train, I have a field, buckets, and old fenceposts for jumps LOL

  9. asparwhite86
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    Yeah, I like her set up as well.

  10. Michelle Schroer
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    i wish i had access to all these jumps and poles and everything! im stuck with about 5 poles and 6 standards total, and 1 cavaletti and some barrels.. hmm..

  11. Malibu Kent II
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    7500 views and 3 comments…..

  12. hyperfocus2011
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    Wonderfully forward young horse!

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