Jolly Mega Ball

$27.99

Eligible for free e-certification with purchase
SIZE OUR PRICE
Medium

$27.99

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.
Large

$44.49

Temporarily Oversold. Backorder Now! Estimated In Stock by 02/16/2016.
Shipping weight = 3.00 lbs.

close

Sometimes, manufacturers require that products be advertised only at their suggested prices. When we choose to sell these items for less, we display the sale price only in the cart. To see the price, click Add to Cart.

(Details)

Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
Jolly Mega Ball
 
Designed for extra durability for horses of all sizes.  Anti-burst design can withstand up to 2,500 lbs. of pressure.  This allows you to inflate the ball to it's full capacity without hesitation.  Includes informational brochure for proper inflation and care.
 
To check if your Jolly Ball has been inflated to full capacity, stand inflated ball upright and measure the height.  The medium (blue) ball should measure 30" high and the large (green) ball should measure 40" high.  It they are not the proper height, continue to inflate.  It is important to know balls that are not inflated, can not be measured with accuracy, as the anti-burst material of the ball stretches out. 
 
Features:
  • Anti-burst design
  • Inflation information included
  • Foot pump included ONLY WITH MEDIUM ball
Item Specifications:
 
Sizes:
 
30" (Medium Blue) - Comes with foot pump
40" (Large Green) - Does NOT come with foot pump - Need Air Compressor to Inflate
 
Important: Jolly Mega Ball (E005693) Cover is sold separately.  Your Jolly Mega Ball must be fully inflated for the Jolly Mega Ball Cover to fit properly.

Product Reviews by Customers

Browse 4 questions and 24 answers
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
Why did you choose this?
Horse.com Store
Several rescue horses, some need to be entertained.
Vicki G on Dec 23, 2015
Because my friends use this as a play toy for their dogs. Breed, Australian Shepherds.
Susan C on Oct 21, 2015
my oldest son wanted it for his birthday to play with in the back yard ! Who knew a horse agility ball would be fun for kids and adults to play with just in the back yard?!?
Bonnie F on Nov 13, 2015
I have a 16 year old horse who acts like a foal, he loves to play...I can't wait to see how much he will love this! Othere who purchased this item for the same purpose have thoroughly enjoyed it with their equine friends!
Tonya C on Sep 28, 2015
Can you use it with electric fence? I have poly rope fence and would love to get one but I'm afraid it will get on the fence and zap the horses?
Cathy W on Nov 24, 2015
Best Answer: My dry lot has a hotwire to keep horses from reaching through to lawn or pasture outside. The ball has not been adversely affected by the electric. It should not be a conductor of electricity.
Reply · Report · LINDA B on Dec 7, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (1)
how do you get your horse started? my 3 show no interest.
D E on May 17, 2015
Best Answer: Out of the four I have only 2 show interest. I introduce them to it by walking up to them slowly with it in hand let them smell it rubbed it in then on front shoulder dropped it in front of them pushed it with my foot towards them. Then I got on & walked them up to it & had them push it with there nose or foot. I put it in the pasture with them I have seen them push it with their nose or feet. Best of luck
Reply · Report · THERESA W on May 18, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
my horse nips other horses, if the ball is inflated tight enough would the ball be okay?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2015
Best Answer: I have a cover on my ball. My horses try to bite on the cover but are not generally able to get a grip on it so they just wind up pushing the ball away. Have had their ball for over a year--it stays in their pen with them. They ignore it most of the time but do push it around occasionally, especially if the wind relocates it. They were confined in a dry lot for several months because they cannot be on pasture. I wanted the ball to give them something to play with.
Reply · Report · LINDA B on Dec 7, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)