Hunte-r Jumper Training
 
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Hello folks, I think that "Hunter" and "Jumper" are two  different worlds. First of ll the training is very different.It's not just the speed speed speed which a course is ridden and the size of the jumps but rather the care taken by the horse and rider in partnership. No matter the grace or technique employed by a team it's only important if the pair gets over the fence without taking a rail down or does not complete in the allotted time. What do you think? Who are the better horsemen?

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