When riding a combination more routine is required from horse and rider than when jumping single jumps. It is particularly important to find the exact take-off point when approaching the obstacle. If the take-off point is chosen too close or to far away from the obstacle it is difficult for horse and rider to enter the second jump on a good take-off point. If both take-off points are hit with the right distance, both jumps have a greater chance to be completed successfully. But remember: the first jump always more important than the second one when jumping combinations. This video provides tips for riding combinations and clearly shows what the rider has to pay attention to when riding combinations. Watch the video and have ReitTV.com educates you about the show jumping discipline.