This is a video of Laurie Lever winning on his horse Ashleigh Drossel Dan, and also George Sannas second round.


25 Responses to Final Round, Sydney World Cup Showjumping Easter 2007

  1. Anonymous says:

    This is amazing. I wanna be like that someday. That butterfly jump is

  2. Anonymous says:

    i swear- some horses have invisible wings! ;]

  3. Anonymous says:

    well thats wierd considering world cup height is 150cm and jump off 160 cm

  4. Anonymous says:

    OMG I was there that day! I fell in love with the grey! AHHHHH AWESOME

  5. Anonymous says:

    god job making the vid..but i think that coarse looks screwed up..=P

  6. Anonymous says:

    haha i say that 2 and was like wtf lol

  7. Anonymous says:

    oh ok good!! i thought it was just me

  8. Anonymous says:

    i agree with milkchocolateangel u r so write! i can clear a 3 or 4foot at
    trot so you don’t need speed but you need to be at least trotting!! balance
    balance balance lol

  9. Anonymous says:

    Man I am gonna have to post some of my footage of my b grader jumping 1.8m
    in the six bar event in dandenong show! That was huge compared to this but
    only one fence,

  10. Anonymous says:

    oh this is very very hard i training horse riding and i know how hard is
    jumping over barrier. I will go on contest i dont know wen, but i know that
    i will be scared.

  11. Anonymous says:

    gorgeous jumping! but does anyone else realize the video goes black for the
    last minute or so?

  12. Anonymous says:

    that is awesome! those are big jumps!

  13. Anonymous says:

    my god, the horses make it look like nothing, it’s beautiful… They are so
    graceful, even when their riders look like crap… I love horses !!!!

  14. Anonymous says:

    both riders/horses jumped wonderfully, these jumps arent as easy as they
    look! the ring is pretty big and the obstacles are far apart, so they do
    need a bit of speed, but not for the jumps themselves but b/c of the time,
    i expect. loved the flying lead changes 😀

  15. Anonymous says:

    Very good! But try holding the camera still.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Impulsion is not speed, impulsion is the desire to go forward; not
    neccesarily at high speeds, just the DESIRE. Once you have impulsion, you
    almost automatically get scope and power.

  17. Anonymous says:

    they just make it look so easy but seriously this is hard effort put in

  18. Anonymous says:

    is this in aus. im australian i think they have really nice horses there!!!

  19. Anonymous says:

    What the horse needs is impulsion. As long as they can get the power from
    behind, they don’t need the speed. It just so happens that some people
    think that speed equals scope and power.

  20. Anonymous says:

    at this hieght, you shouldnt be more than 3.5 inches away. most showjumpers
    doing this height will most likely have their chest touch their horse at
    least 12 times in one round. and they’re athletic enough to get their
    balance back before thier horse lands. just thought id mention that.

  21. Anonymous says:

    lol your exactly rite. they dont always know what there talking about, and
    they just have to act like they no everything and are 100% rite about what
    the topic is. lol. but yah, i agree with you [prettylittlexliar]

  22. Anonymous says:

    wots the song name

  23. Anonymous says:

    @horses24rockduh i know, those things are HUGE!!! they’re probably liike
    YEAHH!!!! 50 foot high jumps!!!

  24. Anonymous says:

    yea… my screen went black also.. i thought that was werid

  25. Anonymous says:

    oh yes, admonish that terrible WORLD-CLASS rider. And wait… are you
    suggesting that jumping gigantic fences on a 1200-lb. flight animal is
    dangerous? lol