Horse jumping is one of the most exiting of all equine sports and one of the few of being an Olympic event. The horse and rider must be an equally talented athlete in order to compete in the highest levels of this sport. There are many excellent horse trainers who know how to get the best out of the horse and rider. For anyone that wants to compete in jumping competitions finding a great trainer is just as important as finding a great horse. Not everyone will have the natural talent it takes to clear the highest jumps. It is important to remember that horse jumping is a serious sport and that not all horses and riders are suited for the sport. Horse riders or non-horse riders like the thrill of this top level competition by horses and riders from all around the world. Many of the most competitive and successful jumping horses are warm bloods from the European heritage, as they have both the height and legginess to clear the tallest jumps and the bravery to go boldly over each jump. Show jumping is a career and a full-time job as you travel around the world, but it can be a lot of fun. Today the world of show jumping is for show, except for the occasional fox hunt. Show jumping is clearly for competition or just for the fun of it. (:
In fifteen years I will be an equine veterinarian. In order to achieve this profession I will need a love for horses and experience around them. I will also need a master’s degree with course work in chemistry, physics, biology,
get to know the different uses of horses
Horses can be trained to do several different things and ridden for such jobs as police work or for herding other animals. They are used for competitive sports such as eventing, reining, polo, show jumping, horse racing, and rodeo. The history of horse use starts with a controvesersy the exact date horses were domesticated and when they were first ridden, the best estimate was about 4500 BC. Evidence suggest that horses were ridden long before they were…
Lucy walked briskly to her schooling horse , Izabeau, her arms full with her riding equipment. A soft nicker was heard over the other horses’ munching sounds. “ Hi, there gorgeous,” she called to the horse “ ready to fly ?” The horse stamped eagerly. She let herself into the stall, and was ready to go when she was startled by a fellow rider , Matt , of whom she was particularly fond of.
“Y-you s-scared me !” she stammered. “Sorry” he muttered. “ Janet is waiting for you, and the others are getting…
The slaughter of horses has been an issue for many years in the court systems. The law about horse slaughter has been brought up in the senate and congress many times but dies down before a vote can be reached. I believe the slaughter of horses in the United States and the transportation of horses out of the United States intended for slaughter should be illegal. Many say the horses that are not able to be used are the ones who are sent to slaughter. Also wild horses are the ones that are sent to…
August 27, 2014
History and Origin of Gymnastics
Gymnastics originated in ancient Greece where it was use to get ready for war. The skills and strengths needed to perform gymnastics include running, jumping, tumbling, mounting and dismounting horses were all thought to be great assets to those battling on the war. Gymnastics is performed by women as well as men at many levels, local club, or even college or universities. Some people may not know but, many basic gymnastics…
1. Please identify the scheduling areas for risk among the event participants and their horses.
The first main risk that exist between participants and their horses should be environmental risk, because this is the first time for the riders and their horses to move to a new place. The new place means different climate, humidity, culture, time zone and diet. These differences impact on riders and their horses very much.
According to research, finding is Boophilus annulatus (cattle fever tick) used…
How does the 1.7 Soliloquy deepen the audience’s understanding of Macbeth’s conflicted state of mind?
POINT: Contrast of heaven and hell imagery
EVIDENCE: “his virtues Will plead like angels, trumpet-tongued against the deep damnation of his taking-off”.
EXPLANATION: Macbeth prefigures the spirit of Duncan to be associated with heaven, and his own actions (‘taking him off’) representative of the Devil, suggesting the unnaturalness of the action and the evil of Macbeth’s character.
use? Which events will you participate in? It is unlikely that someone can jump on the back of a horse and instantly know which events will be the most beneficial for them. In economics, preferences are the driving force behind the choices that we make, and therefore is the driving force behind economics as a whole. In horseback riding, these preferences are what makes each event unique. The breed of horse that you have, the style of riding that you use, and even your fears will lead you to choose a…
in love with horses. I was going into first grade, and in those days my mom was signing me up for every summer camp imaginable to find something I enjoyed and to get me out of her hair. I went to volleyball, math camp, and the occasional week away at a church retreat, but my favorite was horse camp. I rode English style, which consists of riding my horse with the best posture possible and jumping over the jumps with as much elegance and poise as I could muster. After my week of ‘Horses 101’ (learning…
Muse by William Shakespeare + translation
Oh, for a muse of fire that would ascend
The brightest heaven of invention!
A kingdom for a stage, princes to act,
And monarchs to behold the swelling scene!
If only we had divine inspiration, our play might rise
to the highest level of imagination!
If we had a stage as big as a kingdom, real kings and queens to act the part of kings and queens,
and royalty to also witness the glorious spectacle, then it would be as it really was.
RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN
FOR THE Workplace picnic held on work grounds (BBQ)
Prepared by: Ahmed Yousif
Reference: 125 Version: 1 Date: 29/11/2012
This document is the Risk Management Plan for the (BBQ) event, defining the risk management process to be employed throughout the life of this event. The event Manager is responsible…