Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Olympic Equestrian Jumping Tickets

Equestrian Jumping is a discipline of Equestrian. Equestrian refers to the art of riding, driving and vaulting the horses. Equestrian Jumping also known as "show jumping", "stadium jumping", "open jumping" or "jumpers" is one of the disciplines of equestrian. Show Jumping is the sport of equestrian in which a rider and a horse has to jump over a series of fences and obstacles in a given time limit.These obstacles can be fences of different heights and wide ditch of water. During the game the competitors has to face knockdown and time penalties as well. Equestrian Jumping is heavily influenced by an Italian riding instructor, Captain Federico Caprilli, who introduced a forward position with shorter stirrups.
The Jumping competition is a tense, exciting test of skill, speed and power. Held in an arena around a short course containing 12-14 fences, the event requires huge reserves of boldness, accuracy and nerves of steel – from both the riders and their horses. As with all three Equestrian disciplines on the Olympic programme, the competition features both Individual and Team events, and men and women compete against each other on equal terms. There are a total of five rounds in the Jumping competition. Two of these rounds are used to determine the placings in the Team event, with all five rounds playing a part in the Individual event. If two or more rider/horse combinations are tied for medal places after the fifth and final round of the Individual event, there will be a jump-off to break the tie.

Equestrian Jumping debuted in Olympics in 1900 and became one of the popular Olympic Sport. Equestrian Jumping needs more coordination between horse and rider in London 2012 Olympics. Greenwich Park will host Equestrian Jumping from 4 August to 9 August. Equestrian Jumping Tickets are available at Sport Ticket Exchange. At the London 2012 Olympic the Equestrian jumping requires the horse and rider to brush up their jumping skills to navigate a short course with precision, speed and perfect. 75 Athletes are taking part in the game and there will be 2 Medal Events. Olympic Equestrian Jumping Tickets are available at Sport Ticket Exchange. Get your Olympic Tickets from Sport Ticket Exchange to watch the thrilling game.

Thursday, 8 December 2011

Equestrian Eventing Tickets

Equestrian Eventing could be mention an "equestrian triathlon." In equestrian sport, eventing or combined training is considered to be the eventual test. Eventing is an equestrian event including dressage, cross-country and show jumping. eventing is considered one of the toughest equestrian disciplines. Eventing has now evolved into an exciting sport attracting concentration from all levels of sports fans, from weekend hobby riders to professional international stars.

Eventing is made up of three separate experiments, covering every aspect of horsemanship the harmony between horse and rider that characterizes Dressage; the stamina, courage and extensive experience essential for Cross Country, the precision, agility and technique involved in Jumping. Each test is scored individually but added together as penalty points for the final score. Therefore, the competitor with the lowest points wins. A true partnership between horse and rider is necessary to win.

Equestrian Eventing  was also known as “The Militaire” because it was originated from military as military forces trained their horses for wars.  each country depended upon the cavalry in battle and horses were a vital part of the Army. Cavalry competitions were developed to test the horse's endurance, speed, stamina, and obedience under pressure as well as the endurance and ability of the rider. Though the sport has changed and evolved through the years, these are the same objectives of today's event horse and rider.

Eventing competitions that resemble the current three-day were first held in 1902, but were not introduced into the Olympic Games until 1912 in Stockholm, Sweden. The Olympic eventing competition was originally open only to male military officers in active duty, mounted only on military charges. When the FEI formed in 1921, eventing was one of the founding disciplines. In 1924, the event was open to male civilians, even though non-commissioned Army officers could not take part in the Olympics until 1956. Women were first permitted to take part in 1964. Equestrian sports are one of the only Olympic sports in which men and women compete against one another in both individual and team events.

Olympic Equestrian Eventing competitions will be held from 28 July to 1 August at  Greenwich Park. The total number of athletes will be 75 for 2 medals. There was a huge demand for Equestrian Eventing  Tickets from the Equestrian Eventing  fans through the world. Equestrian Eventing  fans can get their Olympic Equestrian Eventing Tickets from sport ticket Exchange. Equestrian Eventing Tickets are now available for reservation in a limited number at sport ticket Exchange for affordable price. All Olympic Games lovers should act quickly to guarantee their 2012 Olympic Tickets from sport ticket Exchange.

Monday, 21 November 2011

Equestrian Dressage tickets

Dressage is a French word which is most usually translated as horse training for contests and it is a competitive equestrian sport which is called Equestrian Dressage and is one of three disciplines of Equestrian. Classical dressage reached its peak with the development of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, which laid the basis for the elegant, graceful sport practised today.

Equestrian sport the past goes back to further than 2,000 years when the Greeks initiated dressage training to train their horses for battle. Equestrian Dressage was first accepted as an Equestrian discipline in Europe. The main purpose of Equestrian Dressage is to burnish the normal athletics skill of a horse. The horse is skilled to perform and make the most of its riding prospective. The horse reacts slickly to rider after regular training and achieves all the actions demanded by rider.

In contemporary Dressage contests, the horse and rider carry out a sequence of actions known as a Dressage test. The trials are carry out in a 60m x 20m stadium ahead of a board of seven judges, who award scores for individual movements and for the overall routine. A Team Equestrian Dressage sport contests includes the Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special rounds and an Individual Equestrian Dressage sport  contests includes the Grand Prix the Grand Prix Special and the Grand Prix Freestyle. 

Equestrian competitions was first introduced on the Olympic games of the Paris Games in 1900  which included jumping events but were then not present until the 1912 Games in Stockholm. Equestrian Dressage was included in 1912 Olympics games. Olympic Equestrian Dressage competitions will be held from 2 August to 9 August 2012  at Greenwich Park. The total number of athletes  which well participates is  50 athletes with their horses will compete for 2 medals. 

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