Eventing requires riders to be good at three different skills, and stadium jumping is the phase where many riders struggle. Sally Sainsbury shares some tips to avoid messing up your good score with a poor stadium round.
There are few greater thrills than galloping around a cross-country course - but an out-of-control horse is anything but a thrill to ride and poses a danger to itself and its rider. Successful eventing requires speed, but with complete control.
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