ANSWERS: 3
  • I don't think there's a 1:1 correlation between a horse's jump height and its actual height. There are other factors like training, and muscle mass that go into it.
  • (http://www.ultimatehorsesite.com/info/worldrecord_jump.html) A horse that is 1.82 meters is almost ten hands high, it should easily jump two meters in competition.
  • There is no way you can say how high a horse can or cannot jump just by it's height. So much depends on the individual horse, the rider, the training, the breed and conformation. And rarely, if ever, is a horse's height expressed in meters, even a pony's.

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