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Equestrian Olympics– Jumping

At the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Equestrian Jumping competition will require horse and rider to navigate a short course with precision, speed and perfect technique.

Key Equestrian Olympics Show Jumping facts

 Venue: Greenwich Park
Dates: Saturday 4 – Thursday 9 August
Medal events:  2
Athletes: 75

Commonly known as ‘show jumping’ in the UK, jumping as we know it today developed out of necessity. Until the 18th century, hunters were able to gallop across open fields in pursuit of foxes. But when fences were built in the English countryside during the process of enclosure, riders and horses needed to adapt – and Jumping was born.