What’s In Your Arena? Presented by Attwood: AEC Edition

Fence #6 on the Intermediate AEC show jumping course. Fence #6 on the Intermediate AEC show jumping course.

What’s in Your Arena? is an EN series sponsored by Attwood Equestrian Surfaces in which riders share their favorite jumping exercises. It’s easy to get stuck in a training rut, and we hope this will inspire you with fresh ideas that you can take home and incorporate into your own programs. This week, however, we’re here at the American Eventing Championships and we’re taking a slightly different tack! Let’s have a look at the show jumping fences that appear on today’s Intermediate course.

Intermediate was the first division out of the gate on Sunday morning at the AEC.

The first Intermediate competitor waits at the in-gate. Photo by Leslie Wylie.

Jennie Brannigan both won and placed second in the class, on FE Lifestyle and Twilightslastgleam respectively, both owned by Nina Gardner.

Jennie Brannigan and FE Lifestyle. Photo by Leslie Wylie.

The course, designed by Chris Barnard, rode beautifully. Here’s a look at it, jump by jump!

Chinch presides over the Intermediate awards ceremony. Photo by Leslie Wylie.

AEC Intermediate Final Top 10: 

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Do you have an exercise to share or is there an eventer you would like to nominate for the “What’s in Your Arena?” series? Email [email protected]

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