overjump

overjump

(ˌəʊvəˈdʒʌmp)
vb (tr)
to jump too far over
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The only way to modify already existing verbs is to attach a prefix, as in 'to overjump' or 'to underfly'.
The first fence remains the same size, but will be levelled to remove several minor contours on the landing side to provide the flattest possible surface, with the intention of giving horses which "overjump" the best possible chance to correct themselves.
NBenrajah (left), who started 6-4 favourite, was in front and travelling well when he appeared to overjump at the fourth-last and sprawled on all fours.
However, had yet to be asked a question and it was an overjump rather than a blunder.
When horses overjump, as Ballyfitz has, it makes the image much more exciting.
'For every round of the series, I always make sure to have an ace hidden at my back pocket like the overjumps, the sudden change of lines from the conventional outside berm lines to switching inside inside, and now the double quad double.
He led all the way only to be caught on the run-in and this was the year he ran in the Foxhunters at Aintree and was leading the field a merry gallop when he overjumped at Bechers Brook.' Of Dennis, Beverley Thomas the west Wales Point-To-Point Area Secretary, said: "Dennis has made an outstanding contribution to pointto-pointing in the West Wales area, serving for many years as area chairman and senior steward as well as playing a major role in all types of area functions from the awards dinner to the Annual Quiz.
He had moved sweetly through his race then, but overjumped and fell at the second-last in third position with the rest well beaten off.
| Ki Sung-yueng overjumps Fernandinho to get the ball
He just overjumped. We'll aim him for the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby at the start of next season I'd have thought and we'll work from there."
This horse fell with me at the third-last at Ffos Las just over a fortnight ago, but it wasn't a bad fall - he just overjumped at the obstacle.
She trained more than 2,000 winners in 22 years on the Flat and overjumps. In the few runners she had in the race she didn't have much luck, but like her son and grandson she is looking forward to a big family occasion.