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  • Capewell Horsenails

    Producing Capewell Horseshoe Nails for farriers since 1881

  • Sand

    For a horse, sand is a perfect underground because it offers enough grip and a maximum shock absorption.

  • Combined driving

    Combined driving is involving carriage driving. In this discipline, the driver sits on a vehicle drawn by a single horse, a pair or a team of four. The sport has three phases: dressage, cross-country marathon and obstacle cone driving.

  • Icelandic equitation

    Icelandic equitation is the traditional style of riding of Iceland, closely associated with the Icelandic horse. The basis lies in the long traditions of riding horse transport.

  • Equine agility

    Equine agility or horse agility is a sport similar to dog agility but using horses. At lower levels, the horse may be guided with a lead rope but at higher levels the horse works without a lead and in some cases, without a halter.

  • Point-to-point

    A point-to-point is a form of horseracing over fences for hunting horses and amateur riders. In Ireland, where the sport is open to licensed - i.e. professional - trainers, many of the horses will appear in these races before they compete in National Hunt races.

  • Vaulting

    Equestrian vaulting is most often described as gymnastics and dance on horseback, which can be practiced both competitively or non-competitively. Vaulting has a history as an equestrian act at circuses.

  • Show jumping

    Show jumping is part of a group of English riding equestrian events that also includes dressage, eventing, hunting and equitation. Jumping classes are commonly seen at horse shows throughout the world, including the Olympics.

  • Polo

    Polo is a team sport played on horseback. The objective is to score goals against an opposing team. Players score by driving a small white plastic or wooden ball into the opposing team's goal using a long-handled mallet.

  • Leisure

    Leisure is a form of equestrianism that encompasses many forms of recreational riding for personal enjoyment,without any element of competition. In the United States, particularly the American West, the term trail riding is used to describe pleasure riding, particularly on public land.

  • Flat racing

    Flat racing is a form of horse racing which is run on a level racecourse. It is run over a predetermined distance and is either a test of speed, stamina or both, whilst the skill of the jockey is determined by his ability to restrain the horse or urge it on.

  • Eventing

    Eventing (also known as horse trials) is an equestrian event where a single horse and rider combination compete against other combinations in the three disciplines of dressage, cross-country and show jumping.

  • Endurance

    There are endurance rides worldwide in two main types of long-distance riding: competitive trail riding and endurance rides. In an endurance ride, the winning horse is the first one to cross the finish line while stopping periodically to pass a veterinary check

  • Classical dressage

    Classical dressage evolved from cavalry movements and training for the battlefield, and has since developed into the competitive dressage seen today. The horses have a characteristically balanced nature as they originate from the classic Spanish work horse.

  • Pleasure riding

    Western Pleasure is a western style competition at horse shows that evaluates horses on manners and suitability of the horse for a relaxed but collected gait cadence and relatively slow speed of gait, along with calm and responsive disposition.

  • Horse Showmanship

    Showmanship is an event found at many horse shows. It involves a person on the ground leading a horse, wearing a halter or bridle, through a series of maneuvers called a pattern.

  • Cross-country

    Cross country equestrian jumping is an endurance test that forms one of the three phases of the sport of eventing; it may also be a competition in its own right, known as hunter trials or simply "cross-country".

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