jump-off

jump-off

(jŭmp′ôf′, -ŏf′)
n.
1. The commencement of a race or of a planned military attack.
2. A jumping contest at a horse show, especially a final or tie-breaking round.

jump-off

n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) an extra round in a showjumping contest when two or more horses are equal first, the fastest round deciding the winner
vb
(Individual Sports, other than specified) (intr, adverb) to begin or engage in a jump-off
Translations

jump-off

[ˈdʒʌmpɒf] N (Showjumping) → prueba f de desempate, saltos mpl de desempate

jump-off

[ˈdʒʌmpˌɒf] n (Horse-riding) → barrage m inv
References in periodicals archive ?
Abu Dhabi: Samantha McIntosh on Check In clinched the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of UAE for team New Zealand after an absorbing jump-off against Ireland's Shane Breen at the state-of-the-art Al Forsan International Sports Resort on Saturday.
52 seconds to walk away with the QR5,000 prize after a jump-off.
Bassem beat a field of nine world's best riders in the jump-off round of the 1.
John Colin Syquia, riding for the Philippines for the first time, won via jump-off and shocked the field when he upstaged his Malaysian foes, riding four seconds faster than the second placer to rule the competition.
With only two Horse of the Year Show tickets on offer for this October's Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Championship Final, it came down to just ten combinations to fight it out against the clock in the final jump-off.
He won Saturday's final international class - the Christmas Tree Stakes - with Whitaker, riding Balibu, prevailing after a 12 horse jump-off.
The GB team featuring Millie, Charles, Faye Adams and Robert Murphy was one of the youngest in the 22-team Nations Cup competition, and missed out on the silver medal behind gold winners Germany in a jump-off against Ireland.
The next class, mixed one round with jump-off, again at 60cm, saw more than 20 riders in the fray, with 15 making it through to the jump-off.
British champion Lewis squeezed past Luke Cutts in an all-English jump-off - for another gong to take pride of place in one of the athletes village's most successful apartments.
I thought I had just come second so I was waving to the crowd and then they told me I had to do a jump-off.
HOLLY BLEASDALE secured Britain's first medal of the European Indoor Championships with a gold in the pole vault following a jump-off with Poland's Anna Rogowska.
Cardiff-based pole vaulter Holly Bleasdale secured Britain's first medal with a dramatic victory following a jump-off with Poland's Anna Rogowska.