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Question 1: Jumping classes are commonly seen at ________ throughout the world, including the Olympics.
Horse showArabian horseEnglish ridingEquestrianism

Question 2: Bits may also vary in severity, and competitors may use any bit, or even a "bitless ________" or a hackamore.
EquestrianismBridleBit (horse)Horse tack

Question 3: This construction allows greater freedom of movement for the rider when in ________, and allows a shorter stirrup, required in order for a rider to allowing the rider to lighten his or her seat.
EquestrianismShow hunterHunt seatJumping position

Question 4: Grand Prix-level show jumping competitions include the ________, the World Equestrian Games and the Samsung Super League series.
Olympic GamesNetballWomen's sportsRoller derby

Question 5: For this reason, standing martingales are not used in show jumping or ________.
Equestrian at the Summer OlympicsEventingDressageEquestrianism

Question 6: Show jumping, also known as "stadium jumping" or "jumpers," is a member of a family of English riding equestrian events that also includes ________, eventing, hunters and equitation.
Classical dressageLipizzanSpanish Riding SchoolDressage

Question 7: Show jumping is a relatively new ________ sport.
EquestrianismHorseArabian horseHorse show

Question 8: Hunters have meticulous turnout and tend toward very quiet, conservative ________ and rider attire.
Horse tackSaddleEquestrianismBridle

Question 9: In the early shows held in ________, there was a parade of competitors who then took off across country for the jumping.
United KingdomCanadaItalyFrance

Question 10: This style, now known as the ________,is commonly used today.
Horse tackHunt seatEquitationEquestrianism

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