stadium jumping

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Noun1.stadium jumping - riding horses in competitions over set courses to demonstrate skill in jumping over obstacles
equestrian sport - a sport that tests horsemanship
three-day event - an equestrian competition; the first day is dressage; the second is cross-country jumping; the third is stadium jumping
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Kyle Walker and Fabian Delph were extra wingers, Otamendi moved into midfield, trying to creatively atone for watching a rare Huddersfield corner glance off Christopher Schindler's head and then allowing it to get the John Smith's Stadium jumping by inadvertently chesting it past Ederson.
Each clinic will last a day and a half, focusing on cross-country and stadium jumping. The classes are deliberately small and grouped appropriate for rider and horse skill level, so as to provide individualized instruction.
The Selhurst atmosphere has been flat in recent non-events against Hull and West Brom, but it is possible that one of England's elite rocking up in south London will get the compact stadium jumping again.
Gateshead FC's surge last season had the stadium jumping again.
Giggs vowed he would get the famous stadium jumping and by the end there were swathes of fans who'd give him the job today.
And we go into the game on the crest of a wave after Papiss Cisse's great strike against Fulham had the stadium jumping.
She got almost everyone in the stadium jumping up and down to Dog Days are Over and asked all the men to lift their ladies onto their shoulders for Rabbit Heart (Raise it Up).
and when Shane Williams kicked it out I thought I had no energy left but I found enough to run around the stadium jumping for joy.
Show jumping, also known as "stadium jumping" or "jumpers," is a part of English riding equestrian events that also includes dressage, hunters and equitation.
MY BALL: Andy Wilkinson shields the ball from Blackburn's Martin Olsson MATT FINISH: Matthew Etherington adds the finishing touch with Stoke's third goal at the Britannia Stadium JUMPING FOR JOY: Stoke's Mamady Sidibe is high and mighty after bagging the Potters' second goal