Arena Training Cone

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Product Summary:

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Arena Training Cone Orange
This arena training cone orange is durable and available in 3 sizes. This cone is ideal for your training requirements. These cones make setting up of patterns easy and hassle-free.

Product Features:
  • Durable light weight
  • For use in training horses, show arena, or emergencies
  • Sold individually
Item Specifications:
Material:
Plastic

Product Reviews by Customers

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I need them for my therapeutic horseback riding program.
Jon M on Nov 10, 2015
I need cones for training with my horse, and these aren't too expensive and seem right.
Eleesha N on Jul 8, 2015
does one come with it or does all three?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2014
Best Answer: The 3 cones are showing the different sizes. They are sold individually.
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How durable are these, in case they get stepped on?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2015
Best Answer: They are flexible and can take some abuse. My horses have stepped on them, knocked them over, my husband drove over a couple. I painted letters on them in a make-shift dressage arena. But I also use them to set up patterns to ride around. For me, they are exactly what I needed and very reasonably priced. I was a little concerned that they would blow away (if they were too lightweight), but this was not an issue. They are substantial enough to stay put.
Reply · Report · Jayne C on Jul 9, 2015
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