I have a few questions about horse jumps.
What makes a hunter jump?
Makes a staduim jump?
Types and standards of cross country jumps?
What makes a safe jump? Think along the lines of a horse/rider falling into it what prevents a more serious injury?
Makes an attractive jump? Color, size, design?
What is the best length of poles? Are octagon poles okay for jumps as well as ground poles?
What's your favorite jump design, color?
What's the hardest kind of jumps to find already made? But widely used?
Anything else you can think of, pictures, measurements, designs you like, anything. I don't know much about jumps out side of a plain standard. Why am I asking than? Because times are tough all around here, I'm helping out someone that is a excellent carpenter and their primary job isn't what is use to be. They are hoping to make a few extra a month to help ends meet. I said I own a small tack shop, the least I could do is see if there is any interest out there, and there is.
But we want to make sure they are safe number one, but also kinds people like or in demand. I understand we maybe in different parts of the world but all opinions count.
The picture attached in a trial run from really bad instructions, they got wet and it was kind of off a picture. They were made by someone who's never seen a horse jump before. Only 4' tall.