The exceptional film of two unique steeds putting their feet into the center of monstrous oxers (spread-hops) and ricocheting out, for a clean round!
In the first part of the video you can see, Mark Laskin for Brookside Classic in 1995. We can see how Mark and his horse Pinon Katja, jumped off over the fence as her feet jumped in the middle of it, but at the end, she saved herself and her rider out of it.
In the second part of the video, you can see Michael Whitaker with his horse Everest Twostep at du Maurier Limited International Grand Prix in 1995.
The fence at which TwoStep played out his two-step, was the intruder of the course- – about every one of the stallions who had blamed all through that course, got them on that specific fence. It was a 5’3″tall-6’6″ wide oxer situated before the indoor, however, calculated far from it. Each steed needed to float towards the indoor, and if that wasn’t revised before liftoff, at that point they would need to bounce the fence at an edge, expanding the spread that they would need to cover by an enormous (and typically unfavorable) edge. The du Maurier genuinely was THE experts’ title of the showjumping scene!