Horse Jump Standards
Horse Jump Standards for Sale
Old Dominion horse jump standards are built to last! The ‘classic’ horse jump standard pictured here is one of our best selling products. All ground contact areas are constructed with pressure treated wood and the legs are bolted together. We have a variety of Horse Jump Standards for Sale.
Because both strength and appearance are important, our standards are made from No. 1 grade lumber. The lumber is clear of large knots, ‘cat-eyes’, ‘checks’ and other undesirable characteristics.
The edges are ‘eased’ which means they are milled to a radius or a slightly rounded edge. This prevents splintering over the life of the product and is easier on your hands, too!
The tops of our standards are beveled with ‘dog-eared’ edges. We try to eliminate any sharp surfaces, thus minimizing injury to the horse and rider.
Old Dominion horse jump standards are bored with 5/8-inch, recessed holes. We bore larger holes than our competitors so you’ll have an easier time working with your jump cups. Larger holes make it easier to slip pins in and out while adjusting pole heights: no prying and hammering in the pin! We also gang bore all holes by machine at the same time, so they are perfectly centered left to right as well as linearly. Call to learn more about our Horse Jump Standards for Sale.
Whether you are buying painted or unpainted standards we fill any cracks that present themselves. All ground contact areas are constructed with pressure treated wood and all fasteners and hardware used are galvanized.
Take a look at some of our colorful and creative horse jump sets below.
Horse Jump Poles
Horse Jump Poles in Virginia
Old Dominion Horse Jumps sells solid lodge pine and German spruce horse jump poles–right here in Virginia!– that are 3.5″ in diameter and can be cut to any length up to 12′. Our horse jump poles are sold natural, painted and striped.
All our poles are individually inspected and graded. For our premium rails, we use only the best of the lot. The rest are sold as 2nds. If cracks are present, we fill them, whether you are ordering unpainted or painted poles. We use an exterior cement filler that hardens, resists shrinkage and expansion, and can be sanded and painted.
To extend the life of our horse jump poles, each end is beveled and thereby less likely to fracture than traditional poles with a sharp edges. Beveling the ends also assists in surface to paint adherence thus preventing ‘greying’ and mildew which are precursors to rot.
Discounts on quantity orders begin at 30 poles.