Blok Training System

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Blok Training System


Buy 2 or more, each at $60.98

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Product Summary:

Build trail obstacles, cavalletti, training grids, and more from this versatile system.

Each Blok set (one pair) has three heights: low (9"), medium (15"), and high (24").

Add more bloks as you increase your training regimen (six pairs are shown).

In weather-resistant white polyethylene.  Made in the U. S. A.  *Poles not included.

Item ships directly from the manufacturer and cannot be shipped outside the continental U.S. or via U.S. Postal Service. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping.

Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT310503 BLOK

Product Reviews by Customers

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Light weight easy to move and use
August 13, 2018
3 months ago
A great buy
I'm so glad I bought these --- very versatile and they don't rot like wooden cavaletti.
January 27, 2018
over 3 years ago
great blocks
good deep indentations to hold poles; fairly secure standing up even in a sand ring; light weight and easy to move around
October 19, 2017
over 2 years ago
Be careful when they are cold
I previously wrote a review praising the BLOKs and I still think they are great. One word of warning; If you leave them out when it gets very cold, be careful not to lay them down on their shortest side and put something heavy on them. My husband decided to kneel on one of mine and it made a big hole. The same thing would probably happen if a horse stepped on it or kicked it. I live in Oregon so we really don't have very cold winters so be careful. Haven't seen the problem in warm months .
December 12, 2016
BLOKs are great for everything
I've used BLOKs for many, many years for all sorts of things: Cavelettis for the horses, agility jumps for my dogs. In the winter, I stack my jump poles on t hem and then I have a great place to sit! These are the original and still the best. State Line's Tack discounts make them affordable.
September 24, 2015
These will last forever
Friends of mine have had these blocks for years, and they stay out in the weather. I also like that the heights are so adjustable and flexible - just flip the block over to get the cavalletti height you want.Sometimes we add them to a vertical to make it more interesting. And when you are not on a horse, you can even use them as seats!Your 25 percent off sale makes them very affordable. Plus they arrived sooner than I thought they would.Am very pleased.Thank you!
July 9, 2015
Great for warm ups(:
I'm only 15 and I love these jumps because there light enough to were I can carry them around to make my own jumps. But I only use them as little warm up jumps before going to the big course. Like everyone else is saying it's not a good idea to stack them high like the picture, I tried doing that (not quite that high though) and when a big gust of wind came it knocked it all down and during that process, spooked my horse.
March 28, 2012
Our riding program has been on going for 25+ years and for 15 of these years we have had these blocks(which stay in the outdoor arena ALL year)! Great for pole work and introducing riders to jumps. Also good for warming up an advanced horse before a big course.
November 27, 2011
They are not meant to be a show/ a huge jump, they are just for practice. They are light, and easy to carry! I really like them! Would buy the red and blue brand though!
November 7, 2011
Used Correctly, These are Wonderful!
Stacking huge piles of these blocks does look like a risky business. However, they are fabulous for raised cavaletti or small X-rails, either individually or combined into gymnastics. They are very inviting to the young horses. The older horses play over them on loose rein as part of the warm up for bigger fences and courses. The blocks are also wonderful on their side to fill in a jump under the rails. Cheaper than buying gates or boxes - and easier to move. The blocks have survived outside in my arena (even through the winter)for at least five years, now. (Note: We get heavy wind and rain storms but stay above freezing in the winter. Any plastic is going to get brittle in freezing weather.)
August 22, 2011
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This system is not heavy to carry around a jumping field and it is versatile for changing heights and types of jumps.
Carol W on Aug 18, 2016
used in bruce davidson clinic
Susie A. G on Nov 10, 2013
This system is not heavy to carry around a jumping field and it is versatile for changing heights and types of jumps.
Carol W on Aug 18, 2016
Christmas present for my trainer.
Karen B on Jan 28, 2014
used in bruce davidson clinic
Susie A. G on Nov 10, 2013
Christmas present for my trainer.
Karen B on Jan 28, 2014
does the poles for the blocks come with it?
audrey c on Dec 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: No, the poles are not included, but the blocks are lightweight and so easy to use. I love them for my students as it is quick and easy to change up jumps and heights for different students.
Is the $59 price per individual bloc or are they sold as pairs?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Each set you buy is a pair of BLOKs. So for $59 you get 2 of them.
Does it come with all 6 pairs, like in the picture shown? Or just one pair??
Maddi on Feb 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You get one pair for the price listed. They have lasted well even though my horses use them for toys when they are left in the arena for the day!
How many poles coome with it?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: None- but I just bought some cheap (approx 3$ a piece) round wooden poles from my local hardware store and they work great
Are the blok sold in pairs or single. Example Quanity 1 how many pieces?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Each purchase of "BLOK" is a set of 2. If you order a Quantity of 1, you'll get 2 BLOKS.
who many blocks dose it have?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We started with 8 bloks. It gives us some ability to make quick and easy exercises when lugging the standards and poles is just too cumbersome. They are light and easy to move around and store!!
how much does each block weigh? (blok system for horse training & jumping)
A shopper on Jun 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Each blok weighs 6 lbs