overjump

overjump

(ˌəʊvəˈdʒʌmp)
vb (tr)
to jump too far over
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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.
She trained more than 2,000 winners in 22 years on the Flat and overjumps.
In fact, it is Warwick International School of Riding and the only maidens are the ones trotting ponies overjumps in a neighbouring field.
This season will see nine days racing at Aintree for the first time since the mid 1970s, when the course staged action both overjumps and on the flat.
ALBANY went some way to repaying his 57,000 gns price tag with a winning debut overjumps at Catterick.
Overjumps,AlpineBreeze took a quality 2m4f novice chase at Market Rasen last month (No.
Overjumps, Bellaboosh is a name to jot down having beatentwofuturewinnersat Market Rasen on July 21, while FredBojangals chased home a pair of winners in a Perth2m4fhandicaphurdle amonthago.
With20winnersonthe FlatsinceJune,plussix overjumps, Williams' horsesa reingoodform underbothcodes,andhis jumpersi nparticularare goinggreatgunsthismonth withthreewinsfromfive runnersandalevel-stakes profitofnearlypounds 14.