Book Index

Contents
      Preface

 

1   Introduction and Objectives

 

2   History of the Equestrian Sport and the Development of Jumping and Course Design

 

3   Definition and Objectives of Course Design  Responsibilities of the Course Designer

 

4   Ethics, Fairplay and Equestrian Sport
  5   Olympic Jumping in Competition with other leading Nature-based sports
  6   Consideration about First-Class Tournaments
  7   About the Design of Showgrounds
  8   Types of Jumping Competitions and Minimum Speed  
  9   Schedule, Time-Table and Organisation of Jumping Tournaments 
1 0   Design of Obstacles 
1 1   Trajectories over Obstacles, Take-Off and Landing-Distance 
  Minimum Speed and Time Allowed 
1   Theory of the Length of Strides and Distances 
1   The Masterplan and some Aspects on the Creation and Design of Lines 
  About the Question of so-called "Technical Courses" 
  Planning of a complete Obstacle Stock for important Tournaments 
  Organisation of Practical Course Building 
  Philosophy and Rules of Measuring 
      18.1 Dimensions of Obstacles and Distances 
      18.2 Length of the Course 
1 9 GRAND PRIX and DERBY
2 0 Some Rules for the Jump-Off
2 1    Technical Equipment for the Course Designer, Official Course Plan, Media,
      Internet and Computer 
2    About the Co-operation with other Officials at Tournaments 
2 3 Analysis of Results of Competitions
2 4 Report of the Course Designer after the Tournament
2 5 About the Differentiation of the Degree of Difficulty of Jumping Competitions
2 6 Safety Questions
2 7 Aachen School of Course Design
Bibliography
ANNEX (only in English, mostly charts and various Course Plans also from 14
re-known International Colleagues)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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