Christine from florida
There is a million ways to use these! Several ways to set up single and double poles and heights. Easy to handle and move. I use as markers too. Love them!
KM from Blackford Co., IN
0 out of 0 found this review helpful
Seriously, $65.00 plus shipping??? I bought TWO pair at Congress this year for under$50.00..same Horsemans Pride brand. They are awesome and SO versatile, but this price is just silly
Alyce from Southern California
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
These are very large if you have a small arena, they take up a lot of space. We tried to return them, and they want $202 dollars return shipping!!! When I called and complained State Line offered to discount the shipping to $98, but I already paid about $68 dollars to ship them to me. Total shipping to and from would be $166. Great deal... that is $10 less then I paid for them to begin with. For that I will just keep them and never order from State line again.
JumperGal from Grand Forks
2 out of 4 found this review helpful
Can't wait to buy another set. They are worth the money and they are great for lounging horses over. They are safe and durable, and not to mention affordable! I highly recommend!
Awesome Jumper from Lindon,ut
15 out of 17 found this review helpful
Don't set them too high or they will fall down, but they are great quality, And easy. light and very user friendly! Buy two sets!!! I use them all the time, rain or shine, snow or ice they are awesome! They are worth your money!!!
HappyJumper from Cols, Ohio
18 out of 20 found this review helpful
I got this about 1 1/2 years ago. Good as new, except the color faded a little because it was kept outside in shine, snow, and rain. It is an amazing product!
kfhoz from Seattle, WA
34 out of 35 found this review helpful
Love all the different configurations that I can use these jump blocks in. I like to put 2 poles in at the medium height which is just big enough so the green horses must jump, but it is still pretty small.
Sometime I have to practice my jumping or cavaletti without anyone anywhere near to adjust them or put them backup. These hold on to the poles better than jump cups.
Surprising bonus: easier to use than standards if you are lounging the horse over jumps. You still need to put poles in so the lounge line cannot catch, but it only has to go as high as the jump, not to the top of a standard.
In a year of being outdoors (but not getting much sun here in Seattle) they still look in amazing condition, like new.
I bought 3 pair, figuring that each individual block (half a pair) is cheaper than a jumping lesson. So, if I can save 6 jumping lessons then I would pay for them. This has worked, and I often take one jumping lesson per week instead of 2.
155 out of 156 found this review helpful