Horse jumps: Trakehner :: Shared Description

A trakehner is a log or rail over a ditch. A false trakehner can be created on level ground by placing a heavy log or pole either side of the jump to simulate the edges of a ditch. Trakehner is also a breed of horse, and both originate from the Trakehnen area of East Prussia. The ditch is the aspect which can be unnerving to a horse, so the jump is mostly a test of bravery.
by Jonathan Hutchins

12 images use this description:

SJ5451 : Cholmondeley Castle Horse Trials: cross-country obstacle by Jonathan Hutchins
SK1426 : Eland Lodge Horse Trials: trakehner by Jonathan Hutchins
SK1426 : Eland Lodge Horse Trials: trakehner (detail) by Jonathan Hutchins
ST8799 : Trakehner at Gatcombe by Jonathan Hutchins
SJ5004 : Cross-country fence at Berriewood by Jonathan Hutchins
SJ5667 : Kelsall Hill Horse Trials: cross-country fence 4 by Jonathan Hutchins
ST8182 : Badminton Horse Trials 2017: cross-country fence 14 - trakehner by Jonathan Hutchins
SK2014 : Catton Park Horse Trials: trakehner on Novice course by Jonathan Hutchins
SK2671 : Chatsworth Horse Trials: cross-country fence 15 by Jonathan Hutchins
SK2014 : Catton Park Horse Trials: trakehner on Novice cross-country course by Jonathan Hutchins
SK1426 : Eland Lodge Horse Trials: trakehners by Jonathan Hutchins
SJ5451 : Cholmondeley Castle Horse Trials: Novice trakehner by Jonathan Hutchins


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Created: Mon, 27 Apr 2015, Updated: Mon, 27 Apr 2015

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