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TheSnowyStorm 09-19-2013 06:30 PM

Home made Jumps
 
Anyone got any ideas on how to create home made horse jumps?

steff 09-19-2013 06:42 PM

me and my sisters made a jump out of lorry tyres the tyres were used no good tyres we have 2 showjumping wings a showjumping pole and the tyres are all along the pole..

GamingGrrl 09-19-2013 07:10 PM

Hay bales make good sturdy jumps that are safe.
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tlkng1 09-19-2013 07:42 PM

One good hting about jumps is that you don't necessarily need standards...

Any of these can also be used as "standards" with poles on top of or resting on for cavaletti/cross rail style jumps:

Hay bales/straw

Empty 55 gallon drums (two feet 6 inches lying down, 3 feet standing up)..standing up can also be used with two poles to create about a 16 inch crossrail or lying over top the barrel, a full 3 foot jump.

Overturned 5-gallon buckets

Stools or chairs

Mounting blocks

Cement blocks (as "standards" vice fillers..don't want the horse hitting these)

Traffic cones (fillers..hard to use as standards).

Plastic window boxes can be filled with plastic flowers and used as fillers

This time of year, corn stalks make great fillers to practice brush jumps.

Use PVC pipe for poles..they come in various sizes, can be painted or kept white, are light, durable and gentle on legs.

CJ82Sky 09-19-2013 09:26 PM

There's a really awesome site on this - I saw it on Pinterest! lemme find the link...Jump Cups - Home Made Horse Jumps

albertaeventer 09-20-2013 04:58 PM

Simple jump standards like these are easy to make, although I would use 2x4's for the bottoms to make them sturdier. Building Jump Standards

olympustraining 09-26-2013 07:47 PM

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Originally Posted by CJ82Sky (Post 3678522)
There's a really awesome site on this - I saw it on Pinterest! lemme find the link...Jump Cups - Home Made Horse Jumps

AWESOME link! Those jump cups are really cool, never seen anything quite like it!

shaggy 10-18-2013 11:25 PM

Dont use PVC if it falls and the horse steps on it will break and horse will get cut. My cousin saw it happen and yes the pole was filled with sand. Wood fence poles are 5 bucks at lowes much safer =)

SJxDreams 10-20-2013 06:49 AM

If you have poles, chairs work well for the wings :)..

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kustico 10-20-2013 12:36 PM

We use wooden fence posts and concrete blocks. The blocks are great because they have 2 different holes in them to increase jump size, and you can put one on top of the other. If the horse hits into the wood they fall down easily so he won't hurt his feet, too.


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