Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The jumping position is a position used by equestrians when jumping over an obstacle. It usually involves what is known as the forward seat" or "2 point" because the rider has 2 points in contact with the horse the legs and hands. It was first developed by Captain Federico Caprilli. This involves the rider centered over his or her feet, with the stirrup leathers perpendicular to the ground. Continuing a line upwards from the stirrup leathers, the head and shoulders fall in front of the line, as do the knees, the hips fall behind it."
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