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She puts her hands under her chin and pushes herself in the air with her legs. She keeps her legs straight and extends over the jump

Running around! Giddy teen, 16, gallops around on hands and knees and jumps over & # 39; fences & # 39; like a show pony

  • Ava Vogel, 16, from Edmonton, Canada, can jump five feet in the air like a pony
  • She has practiced for the past six years to jump over fences like a horse
  • It started at the age of ten and jumped over the fences with her friends
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A 16-year-old who has mastered the art of jumping over fences like a horse knows that she can run on all fours for more than five minutes.

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Ava Vogel, from Edmonton, Canada, has been jumping for six years and is training gallop through her house.

Putting her hands under her chin, she jumps into the air, stretches her leg and lands on her hands and feet before continuing her gallop.

She said: “It all started when I was ten and started riding – all my friends ran and ran like horses between events.

She puts her hands under her chin and pushes herself in the air with her legs. She keeps her legs straight and extends over the jump

She puts her hands under her chin and pushes herself in the air with her legs. She keeps her legs straight and extends over the jump

Ava Vogel, from Edmonton, Canada, has been jumping for six years and is training gallop through her house
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Ava Vogel, from Edmonton, Canada, has been jumping for six years and is training gallop through her house

Ava Vogel, from Edmonton, Canada, has been jumping for six years and is training gallop through her house

What is a & # 39; warm blood & # 39; horse?

In general, warm blood is calmer and quieter than thoroughbreds bred for racing.

This makes them more suitable for activities such as dressage, which requires intense concentration.

Warmbloods are usually bred for specific disciplines, such as dressage or jumping.

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Unlike most thoroughbreds, this is their primary, not secondary, sport.

Source: animals.mom.me

& # 39; We would jump on the obstacle courses.

& # 39; So I started jumping around and then I found other pages on Instagram of people who would do this hobby.

& # 39; Now, three years later, here I am. & # 39;

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Ava says her shape is similar to that of warm-blooded horses, because she & # 39; inspired & # 39; was by the agility of this breed.

In a video tutorial, she explains that in order to control the horse jump, you must first learn to gallop, after which you can start practicing your jump by keeping your legs straight and your clenched fists close to your chin.

Ava said: & # 39; It's a really good way to build strength and endurance.

On landing, Ava & # 39; s feet come down on her hands while her arms absorb the power of the force before she continues to gallop on all fours

On landing, Ava & # 39; s feet come down on her hands while her arms absorb the power of the force before she continues to gallop on all fours

On landing, Ava & # 39; s feet come down on her hands while her arms absorb the power of the force before she continues to gallop on all fours

Ava says her shape is similar to that of warm-blooded horses, because she & # 39; inspired & # 39; was by the agility of this breed
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Ava says her shape is similar to that of warm-blooded horses, because she & # 39; inspired & # 39; was by the agility of this breed

Ava says her shape is similar to that of warm-blooded horses, because she & # 39; inspired & # 39; was by the agility of this breed

& # 39; A lot of power from the upper body is involved and you have to build on that. & # 39;

She can jump almost three feet high on four legs and an impressive five feet on two – almost her own height.

Ava said: & # 39; People don't realize how much power you gain, it can really help with other sports such as circuit.

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& # 39; There are no public events for things like this, when I was younger, I did this at horse shows, but it's mostly private.

& # 39; People can get strange responses when they see this in public. & # 39;

She can jump almost three feet high on four legs and an impressive five feet on two - almost her own height

She can jump almost three feet high on four legs and an impressive five feet on two - almost her own height

She can jump almost three feet high on four legs and an impressive five feet on two – almost her own height

In a video tutorial, she explains that in order to control the horse jump, you must first learn to flow gallop, after which you can start practicing your jump by keeping your legs straight and keeping your clenched fists close to your chin

In a video tutorial, she explains that in order to control the horse jump, you must first learn to flow gallop, after which you can start practicing your jump by keeping your legs straight and keeping your clenched fists close to your chin

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In a video tutorial, she explains that in order to control the horse jump, you must first learn to flow gallop, after which you can start practicing your jump by keeping your legs straight and keeping your clenched fists close to your chin

Ava says she can walk on all fours for more than five minutes after practicing for six years

Ava says she can walk on all fours for more than five minutes after practicing for six years

Ava says she can walk on all fours for more than five minutes after practicing for six years

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