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THE JUMPING COURSE IS STUDDED WITH OBSTACLES THAT SIMULATE NATURE
October 31, 1955
The art of jumping horses, over the centuries, has been refined and standardized to a high degree, but the outdoor origin of this exacting sport is nonetheless still clearly visible in every course and every obstacle on it.
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October 31, 1955

The Jumping Course Is Studded With Obstacles That Simulate Nature

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The New York National and the Toronto, Canada show in mid-November, will be an excellent chance before the Olympic Games for the U.S. Equestrian Team (right) to prove themselves in action against foreign teams. They still must clinch their positions, of course, in the final Olympic trials to be held at Tryon, N.C. next spring. But the present International competitions will have some bearing on those trials—and in New York next week the team will be riding on its mettle.

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