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Helmet cam brings new view to eventing
Published on 13 November, 2010Email To Friend    Print Version

pinot_woodhill_gopro_005.jpgA new innovation comes to the Clifton Eventers web site today with the first posting of video shot from the rider’s helmet.

Using a small ruggedised high-definition sports camera we are able to deliver a stunning perspective of a cross-country round.

Used today for the first time at Woodhill Sands’ Fiber Fresh Feeds Advanced Horse Trial, Jonathan ‘Jock’ Paget gave Clifton Pinot a steady clear round in preparation for the National One Day Eventing Championships, to be held as part of Richfields International Horse Trial, 26-28 November. The pair finished fourth overall.

pinot_woodhill_gopro_003.jpgWe plan to use the camera at many future horse trials, including the show jumping phase, some possibly including a rider’s narration to the footage.

You can see the video below or right click to open on YouTube itself. The video is available in a variety of formats, including 720p hi-def.


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