In the riding discipline, a vertical obstacle usually no higher than 1.97 metres but involving substantial width, constructed of colourful poles, planks, hedges, fake stone or brick, or flowers.
a method of securing a horse in a field/grazing/turnout; an obstacle the horse and rider must jump during competition or leisure riding
A vertical obstacle. In show jumping, the maximum height is 1.6 meters, and the fence is often made of materials such as hedges, fake stone, brick, planks, and poles. In the three-day event, the fence is usually less than 1.2 meters high and it's made of natural materials that fit into the terrain.