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Showjumping opinion from H&H columnists
Joe Trunkfield: ‘Surely our loud appeals for change can’t fall on deaf ears?’
Jodie Hall McAteer: ‘My horses have more stamps in their passports than most people’
Sam Hutton: ‘On arrival, the stables were flooded and everything was under water’
William Funnell: ‘A great advert for how British breeding has moved on’
All about showjumping
Showjumping is a sport in which horse and rider combinations most typically follow a set course of jumps leaving them all intact, often in the fastest possible time against the clock.
Showjumping competitions take place for riders of all ages and abilities, from ‘clear round’ competitions over tiny fences for beginners, up to Olympic level competitions over fences up to 1.60m high.
The sport is overseen in the UK by British Showjumping, although there are also local ‘unaffiliated’ competitions that also take place around the country.