Monday, August 26 2013 by Editor
Do you find yourself pacing the horse stalls of the barn, yearning for the thrill of eventing, but are not quite sure you want to tackle the solid fences of the cross-country course? Combined driving is very similar to eventing, but allows you to tackle the obstacles from the driver’s seat instead of the saddle. Combined driving is a FEI recognized discipline and, like eventing, consists of three phases: the dressage phase, the cross-country phase, and the obstacle phase.
- Published in The Classic Insider, Z-Blogs
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