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equitation

the study and practice of riding and horsemanship
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Some classes, like equitation, are judged subjectively, where points are given based on how good the rider looks during jumps.
Another first time competitor was Julia Canseco, who claimed third in the Working Equitation.
The equitation team were completed by Gemma Carman and Amy Pugh.
Jamie Breuklander of Moorpark signed up for eight events, including young adult equitation and open western pleasure.
Other competitions on Fiesta Day include the $7500 Show Jumping Derby Welcome Stake and the $15,000 New Things Open Jumper Speed Derby, as well as a wide variety of Hunter and Equitation classes.
The clear round kicked off the jumping section, while the Working Equitation A commenced in another arena, with Preliminary B setting the pace in the third arena.
won the individual gold medal at the inaugural World Cup Saddle Seat Equitation Championships in Louisville, Ky.
She has taught college courses, mostly recently at Colorado State University, in equine subjects ranging from Western horsemanship and English equitation to foal training and stable management.
Dressage Classes are Working Equitation A & Working Equitation B, Preliminary A & Preliminary B, Novice & Elementary.
On this day June 21, 1963: The special attraction at Harden Moss Sheepdog Trials was a display of pony riding by the Allerton Equitation School.