How to Build Horse Jumps?

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To begin building a horse jump you will need to cut a 4 by 4 in half so that you will have 5 foot pieces, you will also need to cut a 4 by 2 in half this should give you 8 1/2 foot pieces. The next step you will need to do is drill 1/2 inch diameter holes 1 foot from the bottom of each 4 by 4 and stopping 4 inches from the top. You will need to use a level in this step to make sure that the base is flat when finished. Then you will attach the pieces and paint the standard with outdoor paint to your color choice. Last you will need to attach jump cups and place the poles according to the desired height once the paint has dried. You can find more information here: http://www.ehow.com/how_5093036_make-horse-jumps.html
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1. Determine the types and number of jumps you need, so you know the materials to buy. A vertical jump requires two standards, which are the upright stands at each end, and at least
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1 Check your equipment. You need to make sure that each article has no nails or sharp pieces protruding outwards, and is sturdy and undamaged. Equipment should include only safe obstacles
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My husband just build me a Jump. Let me give you the instructions. He uses plywood for the base, four by four for the post, and the dolls were drilled into the 4by4s every 6 inches,
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Too many factors to answer definitively, but I'd say the most danger occurs when riders push themselves or their horses beyond their physical scope and/or level of training. Young
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How to Build Jumps for Horses
Anyone who jumps horses needs to practice, and the best way to practice for show jumping is to have the same kinds of jumps at home as you will encounter in the show ring. Purchasing manufactured jumps can be expensive, but the materials required to... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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