The Horse That Jumps TOO High

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Some horses jump too high over their jumps, making it hard for their riders to stay with them. This is often caused from a low level of confidence in the horse. It is fairly common for green and inexperienced horses to feel that they need to jump way up in the air over jumps with any width. And they can get scared and lose confidence in their ability when they realize that no matter how high they go they are still having trouble making the width. These horses need to be taught how to jump more across their jumps.

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