Discussion # 178: The question asked here is: Can you jump this big wide spread fence, and still have enough control to jump the accuracy question that makes the next element?

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This cross country complex asks a question that riders will commonly see in some form on course from Training to Advanced levels. The question is, can you jump this big wide spread fence, and still have enough control to jump the accuracy question that makes the next element?

In this case, the next element is a nice, inviting, and only somewhat skinny log. Sometimes that B element is a corner jump, an angled line, or a super skinny chevron. Course designers like to ask this question quite often at the upper levels. So if you are moving up the levels, this is something that you want to be good at!

Who can tell us how we can train at home for complexes like this?

What speed would you use to approach this particular complex? What part of the A element would you jump? At what point should you be looking at the B element? 

There is a very common pitfall that many riders fall into when being asked the question of jumping a big, wide fence followed by a turn to an accuracy question. One that can easily cause a refusal or a weak jump at the A element. Can anyone tell us what it is?? (Click on Discussion Title above to read or join in on this educational discussion)

 

cross country complex ramp to skinny jump



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