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materials for jumps (barrels etc)--where do i get them??

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        05-27-2008, 12:44 AM
    Sunners - I understand things can go wrong with such things but couldnt go much more wrong than the time my horse resfused the jump and I got smashed in the jump stands. I can tell ya know a metal jump stand hurts more and does more damage than tripping over a moveable object. Of course you just have to be sensible about it.

    Alex - cool! Im in brisbane. Just a stones throw away :)
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        06-24-2008, 03:29 PM
    PVC pipe works awesome, paint it and boost it up on something or make poles. Or long wood poles painted with stripes do the same job.

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