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Equestrian is the ultimate in team sports, a horse and rider working together for years to hone feats of grace, daring, agility and speed.

Chariot races and horse riding appeared in Greece's ancient Games, but most of the equestrian programme as we know it began in the Olympic Games of 1912. It includes three disciplines - dressage, jumping and the three-day event - each with individual and team competition.

Olympic jumps can be as high as 6 feet, and as wide as 6 feet.

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The cross-country jumps are about 4-5ft high and wideth the same 45-ft. Stadium Jumping is about 6-7ft. I would know this because i take my horses there every year to do crowd control. Hope this helped.

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Its Around 6-7-8 Feet Tall But Also Have Things To Scary The Horse Like Flowers And Designs.

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