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equitation

the study and practice of riding and horsemanship
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Working Equitation B is a tougher act to crack, some finding the course daunting initially, but once they were in the arena they practically flew round.
Both horses contributed to Jane also winning the 2003 S/S National Equitation points award.
Rugby's success continued in the junior section with fourth in the show jumping championships and seventh in the equitation jumping final.
Within each class - hunter, jumper, equitation over fences, hunt seat equitation and dressage - students are broken up according to ability, not school grade, competing in either novice, freshman, junior varsity or varsity levels.
This year's horse show will also feature Cablevision's Kids Day/Dia de los Ninos presented by Hoy on Saturday, September 4; the CK Equitation Classic and the Sally Hansen Grand Prix will highlight this day.
Limited Tenders are invited for Provision Of Dressage Arean At Equitation Section At Officers Training Academy, Gaya
The dressage saw some new riders taking their first steps into the competitive arena with the Working Equitation Class, which was won by Jamiela Haseid riding Eid.
There were classes for all ages and abilities - including equitation, fancy dress, ridden showing, in-hand showing, working hunter and show jumping.
The alarm was raised at 1pm and crews were called to the blaze between Eston Equitation Centre, Eston Nab and Flatts Lane.
This year's event awarded medals to riders placing in numerous categories, including showmanship, equitation and 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.