Ik zit op school werkstuk in het engels te maken, weet iemand hier hoe een stijl sprong, oxer ( blijft oxer???) waaier, in uitje, kruisje en dubbel sprongen enzzzzzzz in het engels heten?? alvast bedankt!!!! Groetjes Au3
Article 209 VERTICAL OBSTACLE An obstacle whatever its construction can only be called vertical when all the parts of which it is composed are positioned in the same vertical plane on the take-off side without any rail, hedge, bank or ditch in front of it. Article 210 SPREAD OBSTACLE A spread obstacle is an obstacle, which is built in such a manner that it requires an effort both in spread and in height. FEIapproved safety cups must be used as support for the back poles of spread obstacles and in case of a triple-bar to support the centre and back poles of the obstacle. Safety cups must also be used in the exercise area. Article 211 WATER JUMP 1. For an obstacle to be called a water jump it must have no obstacle in front, in the middle nor behind the water. The water must have a minimum width of 2.50 metres.
Article 212 COMBINATION OBSTACLES 1. Double, treble or higher combinations mean a group of two or more obstacles, with distances between the elements of 7 m minimum and 12 m maximum (except for Hunting or Speed and Handiness competitions judged under Table C and for permanent fixed obstacles where the distance may be less than 7 m) which require two or more successive efforts. The distance is measured from the base of the obstacle on the landing side to the base of the next obstacle on the take-off side.
http://members.tdn.com/nwbhc/breeds/equ ... loss-t.htm barrage or jump-off a jump-off, in which horses with equal scores at the end of a competition compete against each other again with the results to be determined by number of faults, time against the clock, or a combination of the two cavalletti a series of small wooden jumps used in the basic training of a riding horse in order to encourage it to lengthen its stride, improve its balance and loosen up and strengthen its muscles; cavaletti are used for schooling, either in the form of a grid or built up to make a fence cavalletto a small fence consisting of a squared-off pole, supported at each end in an X-shaped support; plural cavaletti combination obstacle = combinatie in show-jumping, an obstacle consisting of two or more separate jumps which are numbered and judged as one obstacle course = parcours in show-jumping and cross-country a circuit consisting of a number of obstacles to be jumped in a particular order within a specified time limit; course builder = parcoursbouwer the person responsible for designing and building a show-jumping or cross-country course course designer = parcoursbouwer (a) a person who designs a show-jumping or cross-country course and may or may not actually build it as well; (b) (US) a course builder double = dubbelsprong in show-jumping a combination obstacle consisting of two separate jumps fence = hindernis any obstacel to be jumped in steeplechasing, cross-country, show-jumping or hunting gate = hek frequently used as an upright obstacle in show-jumping competitions parallel bars = parallel oxer a type of spread fence used in both show-jumping and cross-country courses, consisting of two sets of posts and rails planks =planken a show-jumping obstacle made up of painted planks about 30 cm (1 ft) wide post and rails a type of obstacle in show jumping and cross country courses consisting of upright posts between which are laid a number of horizonal posts; in show-jumping the rails are simply supported by the posts, whereas in cross-country events, they are fixed to the posts
spread fence in show-jumping and cross-country, any of various obstacles which are wide as opposed to simply high, such as hog backs, parallel bars, triple bar or water jump
treble in show-jumping, a combination obstacle consisting of three separate jumps; three fences in such close alignment that they are related and have to be jumped in combination
triple bar in show-jumping, a spread fence consisting of three sets of poles built in staircase fashion in a progression of heights with the highest at the back