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At the same time, it demonstrates the rider's knowledge of pace and the use of this horse across country.
Obstacles can include all those that might be found if riding across the countryside, including water, trees, logs, ditches, and banks.
At the larger venues, such as the CCI**** events, crowds can be very distracting to some horses.
Conditioning is an essential part of preparing a horse for cross-country.
This is especially important for combinations involving skinnies and corners, as a rider that can not hold a line will have a glance off from the horse, or from combinations that need to be angled to make the striding or to save time.between combination obstacles, to indicate whether the rider needs to shorten or lengthen the horse's stride.
Striding will vary according to the height and width of the obstacle, whether it is in water, on a hill, or going up or down a bank.courses that are "gallopy" with plenty of room between fences can help encourage a horse that is less brave, as the rider has plenty of room to get him forward and into a rhythm. Fences that are jumped towards other horses (such as toward warmup or stabling) generally make a horse more confident and eager.