What height is Foxhunter Bsja?
The Senior classes are British Novice (90cm), Discovery (1m), Newcomers (1.10m) and Foxhunter (1.20m). Junior members on horses have to compete in the senior classes but ponies can be jumped in the senior shows but senior or junior members if given permission.
What is a Foxhunter class?
Foxhunter: This class is for horses that have won less than 700 points and has a start height of 120cm. This height goes up to 130cm in the second round.
How many points is a discovery Bsja?
Discovery: Open to registered horses who have won less than 225 points. Newcomers: For horses who have won less than 375 points.
What does FR mean Bsja?
FRE. Fall of Rider. Elimination. Elimination. Judges are also asked to fully complete the Judging Sheets, ensuring the following information is.
What age should a horse stop jumping?
As others said, it really depends on the horse. I’ve known horses that needed to step down to 2’6 at 13 and others who jumped 3′ until 22 yrs old. My horse is still jumping a couple times per week and he is 25. Don’t make any decision without a vet’s exam.
What is the highest level of horse jumping?
Grand Prix: the highest level of show jumping. Run under International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI) rules, the horse jumps a course of 10 to 16 obstacles, with heights up to 1.6 meters (5 feet 3 inches) and spreads of up to 2.0 metres (6 ft 7 in).
Who rode Foxhunter?
Foxhunter (1940–1959) was a champion show jumping horse ridden by Harry Llewellyn, best known for their part in securing Great Britain’s only gold medal at the 1952 Summer Olympics (in the Team Jumping equestrian event).
What are the levels in British dressage?
The levels include; Intro, Novice, Elementary, Medium, Advanced Medium, Advanced, Prix St George, Intermediate I, Intermediate II and Grand Prix. Each level is made up of a number of tests that you can work through, each test is unique with tests within the same level sharing the same movements.
What does DC mean in British showjumping?
British Showjumping will ensure, wherever it is reasonable and within British Showjumping’s direct control, that there is open access to all those who wish to participate in all aspects of equestrian activity and that they are treated fairly.
Are Hackamores allowed in British showjumping?
Any type of running reins, Market Harborough reins, hackamores (see * below), bitless bridles and combination bits are not permitted in the arena, practice area or anywhere in the immediate vicinity of the showground.
What is A7 Bsja?
The most common is Table A7 which comprises of jumping the first round within the time set but not against the clock. All clears go through to a second round timed “jump-off” where the fastest combination with the least faults wins.
What is Grade JD in British showjumping?
Grade JD* is a pony with 149 points or less on its competition record and Grade C** is a horse with 999 points or less on its competition record.