What is Eventing in Equestrian

Eventing, also called the military or composite contest is an Olympic rider consisting of dressage, show jumping and eventing. The versatility of the horse and rider is tested. for the cross-country jumping horse and rider fixtures such as timber, water, walls and ditches.

Eventing

Eventing is another name for military or compound race.Along with dressage and show jumping, this is a discipline that takes place at the Olympic Games. In a military or SGW combinations have a dressage test a jumping course and a cross-country drive. Most riders ride eventing specifically for the cross. The pace is in cross-much higher than in the dressage or show jumping and is much more adventurous.
Eventing is a bit heavier than the other Olympic equestrian sports, especially through the cross. The cross is operated in a natural environment, such as in the woods or meadows, and run hard obstacles.These include logs, locks, picnic tables, and ditches. This is more dangerous than the normal jump because the obstacles do not give when the horse knocked. Because there is more risk? s stick under the cross at an eventing competition along with a lid also requires a safety vest and carry a medical card??? and good protection for the horse strongly recommended by KNHS.

Competitive sports

SGW is the name of the game at the grassroots level, i.e. from class B to class ZZ. The levels above are international and known as eventing, or military. In the eventing again four levels, indicated by 1, 2, 3, or 4 stars. There are only six four-star games per year, that is to say, in Adelaide, Badminton, Burghley, Lexington, Luhmühlen and Pau. There are also three different types of competitions in eventing.
The classic eventing and driving in three days, the CC called pulmonary format and consists of a dressage test an endurance test and a jumping course. The endurance test consists of wegparcours, a steeplechase, another wegparcours and cross-country skiing. Since 2006, the 4-star games are no longer run by the long format, but in the short format.
CC card format game is basically the same as CC long format, only interrupted in endurance test wegparcoursen and steeplechase.
CIC is more like a regular SGW, but at international level. It should be back in dressage, show jumping and cross driven, but it should take one or two days.

Obstacles

Storage and dismantling
A solid wood barrier in combination with a haagEen classic cross country obstacle is storage and dismantling, sometimes alone, sometimes in combination. Horse and rider to jump from the ground level to a plateau which is higher and vice versa. Surely disassemble is scary for many horses, because they don’t know where they hatch. For the much-needed speed jumped. The horse must be strong, but it may not be hit too hard. Obstacles that you have two jumps and then a dismount, called a piano.
Cistern
The cistern is a very well-known obstacles in cross-country. In the lower classes, the combination of galloping in the water, after the combination must jump in, for example, by jumping from a jump in the water, or on a log in the water.
Ditch The Obstacle
A trench is a hole or slit in the ground over which the horse must jump. In higher concentrations, is usually combined with another ditch type of advantage, such as a fuse behind the trench on a log above the ditch.
Narrow hedge
The narrow fixed obstacle is mainly to test the horse’s obedience, because they ask a lot of control.An example of a narrow barrier consists of a tree trunk that is as high as it is wide, sometimes in the form of a sponge. Another obstacle is often?? paragraph??, an obstacle that is narrow on one side and on the other side. A horse will outrun themselves along the narrow side, so that the rider must have good control.
Other barriers
Other common barriers in cross-country: hedge, jumped this horse over a hedge of conifers or branches, and sweeps the obstacle it. This means that the horse is not really have to jump over the fence, but he can with his feet by jumping the fence, because the fence bounces. Another well-known example is the ‘ heksenoog. In a heksenoog jump combination for a hole in a grove around. In addition, commonly used permanent fixtures country fences, benches and picnic tables.

Competition Requirements

Have taken to participate in a SGW B-level combination must first, at least one win in the B-jump. On L competitions can be reconciled if the rider jumps already in L or higher, a rider who would like to join a pony can participate as L SGW when he was four, B + or higher.
The horses and ponies? s for riders who want to start should be at least 4 years SGW for B and L-class, five years for the M-class, and 6 years for Z and ZZ class. Riders with a pony ride in SGW may participate from their 8th year and pony?? s continue to run until they are 18. When the horses shall be open for SGW in B and E-class that the driver is 12 years old M from 13 years and Z and ZZ only from the 17th year.
Because a SGW or eventing consists of several parts, and therefore more requires the horse and rider corresponds to classes at all with those from the dressage and show jumping. M-class dressage is about equal to the Z-class dressage in SWG. In the level or levels are slightly closer together.
Eventing demands versatility horse and rider, but also courage. The obstacles are in the cross as mentioned above is more dangerous than usual spring obstacles and often frightening for horses.
When the SGW or eventing is on the cross, unlike in dressage and show jumping, no compulsory uniform, next to security than clothes. Eventing at the riders riding often in bright colors and jackets, caps, pads and Shin-guards of the horses that match.

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