Jumping on an Angle

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As you move up the levels in Eventing, you will find there will be more and more  situations where you will be jumping fences on an angled line. Whether you are faced with an angled complex on the cross country course, or you are jumping a fence at an angle to better set up for another jump, or you are merely trying to save time by making an angled approach - you will need to have practiced this skill beforehand to be successful, and to help your horse understand what is required.

To accurately hold an angled line... (Click on Article Title above (in blue) to read full article)

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