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equitation

the art of horsemanship.
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She will be entered in both the hunter and equitation classes.
Her horse, Viva La Seeker, competed in western pleasure, equitation and showmanship.
In the Working Equitation classes youngsters took to the fore, for A it was young Jameila Haseid who claimed victory with the lovely Eid and Lucy Lunt Bell rode Rakard into podium position in the B class.
The standard equitation course includes group lessons of dressage and jumping each day, but being something of a coward about adding an extra three feet to the already considerable height of a horse, I opted to keep all four hooves closer to the floor on the dressage-only course.
Saddle seat equitation is not an Olympic sport, although the World Cup competition may be an early step toward having the sport recognized by the international equestrian community.
Teams from Solihull Riding Club also went well, finishing third in the Senior Open Show Jumping Championship and fourth in the Equitation Jumping.
McIntosh, who also earned medals for equitation and pole bending, said she's been riding for almost six years.
Paula Conseco, one of the many junior riders who signed up for several classes, found herself first in, starting in Working Equitation A, followed immediately by the Working Equitation B, and then up to the jumping paddock for her Clear Round jumping class.
Besides the equitation there will be show jumping, working hunter, cross country, 'le trec' and a musical ride.
They compete in equitation, pole bending, vaulting and Western and English riding.
The Dressage classes will commence at 3pm, with the popular Working Equitation Classes.
An exceptional round in the Working Equitation A Class held off all other contenders to see Luna enjoy her first taste of victory on the day.