Horsemens Pride Jump Blocks Set of 2

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Shipping weight = 27.00 lbs.
Oversize Charge = $12.00

Product Summary:

Horsemen's Pride Jump Blocks

Lightweight but durable blocks, made of high-density thick-walled polyethylene. Uses include schooling, dressage, and training. Poles not included.


  • Allows poles to be positioned to three heights: 9", 1'3", or 2' (poles not included)
  • Can be used stacked together for added height
  • Durably designed to withstand the elements
Item Specifications:
  • Set of 2
  • Dimensions: 20 1/4" x 15 1/4" x 9"
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Blue EQA01 BLUE JB77 BLUE 788169771022
Red EQA01 RED JB77 RED 788169771015
White EQA01 WHITE JB77 WHITE 788169771077

Product Reviews by Customers

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Nice but not with shipping charges
Nice item but shipping was more than I think it should be. Look local.
June 27, 2018
9 months ago
Love these blocks!
Great blocks for schooling over jumps. Light weight and easy to move around. A little over priced, but state line had the cheapest price so not their fault. I will purchase again.
April 18, 2017
Great Product
I got 4 of these bases for my granddaughter. I liked them because they can be two 2-foot jumps, or one 3-foot, or one 4-foot. They are easy to maneuver, stand well, and the right price.
December 31, 2016
Blocks are Awesome!
I had no idea these jumping blocks were so awesome. The different ways you can set them up are way cool. Plus you can use the blocks alone for the horse to jump over. Another awesome feature is that the human can set one block up and sit on it comfortably! Who knew!Blocks are lightweight and sturdy. They will last forever. I'm only limited by my imagination as to all the different jobs they can handle.
October 20, 2016
Durable and easy cavalletti set ups
These blocks are reasonably priced with the exception of the added freight costs. These are easy to move around and arrang in various grid patterns. Colors are bright and long lasting. Several sets I've had for 10 years and neither sun damage or breakage has occurred.
August 10, 2016
These blocks are easy to use and are sturdy.
The jumping blocks are light enough to carry and position and yet they are sturdy and will hold poles. I am very happy with my purchase.
June 30, 2016
Good enough for the price
These blocks are sufficient for basic work. If you want to use them at the lowest height, they work great. If you want them to be at the highest height possible don't bother. If the horse breaths on them they tip over. These work well for schooling and are light weight as promised, but don't plan on using them for anything beyond the basics.
May 3, 2016
lightweight but durable
Love the lightweight design but yet very durable. Easy to re-position for different heights and their lightweight design makes them easy to move around the arena. Was very pleased when package arrived before Christmas since it was stated when I ordered that the item would be received after Christmas. Only con was that I had to pay oversize charge for shipping due to size when State Line Tack was offering free shipping.
January 3, 2016
Too bad shipping is soooo expensive!
Affordable blocks for various pole positions, but cost a fortune to ship. Why is that when companies such as this one get special discounted ship rates that the average American doesn't?
January 2, 2016
Great beginner jumps
My grand-daughter is just learning to jump so these made a great Christmas gift for her. Her parents bought the poles and when the weather is nicer she can paint them colors to match the jumps, white, blue, and red
December 29, 2015
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Perfect for a beginner jumper to practice at home.
Sandra R on Apr 26, 2018
best price for the product.
Sara I on Feb 28, 2018
Perfect for a beginner jumper to practice at home.
Sandra R on Apr 26, 2018
Looks like they are very flexible and easy to use!
Karen H on Apr 24, 2018
best price for the product.
Sara I on Feb 28, 2018
To Practice jumping, horses have been nervous to go over jumps at CGA shows
Grant S on Jan 26, 2018
Very good product, great price
betsy h on Jan 24, 2018
Great training device
Maddie F on Dec 26, 2017
gift for my trainer
natasha l on Apr 13, 2017
I have been wanting to purchase these and you had the best price.
Cindy C on Dec 31, 2016
these things last for years. They are useful for all types of obstacles and training aids.
Karen V on Sep 6, 2016
got tired of carrying around fences for jumping, and these will save a lot of time and effort
Becca J on Aug 29, 2016
Very durable and easy to set up and move
Jen K on Jul 7, 2016
Needed durable jumps for arena that withstand weather conditions
Aileen W on Jun 17, 2016
Purchased for another grand-daughter learning to jump and a beginning set for her to start her practicing. Added plus is that they are moveable and easy to store.
LR F on Dec 19, 2015
multiple options for height and light weight to easily move around to different locations
Christine H on Oct 9, 2014
Perfect for indoor, outdoor, cross country!!!
Kathryn L on Sep 1, 2014
I really liked the quality of this product. I use this product for Cavaletti training for horses. It also works great for setting up a jump. I currently have 6 pair and think I need at least 2 more. The horses think this is playground equipment for them. It is an excellent product. Thank you!
SANDRA O on May 16, 2014
I already have some and love them
Kelly L on Apr 5, 2014
these blocks are so easy to use and they are kept outside all the time, with horses wondering around them and sometimes stepping on them and they stay just fine. they are going to a horse rescue farm where I donate my teaching to some girls who are just starting to learn how to jump. it will make my teaching much easier.
Joyce M on Jan 28, 2014
I have four black blocks that I absolutely love. They are so versatile in the combinations you can set up. So much cheaper than buying/building jumps.
MEGHANN S on Jan 28, 2014
stackable and lightweight for easy mobility
dawn f on Jan 9, 2014
Looks like they are very flexible and easy to use!
Karen H on Apr 24, 2018
To Practice jumping, horses have been nervous to go over jumps at CGA shows
Grant S on Jan 26, 2018
We are new to jumping and need some practice jumps. Where do I get the poles that go with these blocks?
Angela Q on May 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I buy PVC pipe at my local Lowes, Menards or Home Depot stores. These make light and easy to carry poles for beginning practice jumps. You will find them in the building department areas. 3" pipes are good and I buy them in 10 ft. lengths. Just be careful they do roll easily if they are knocked down.
do the poles come with it?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No. All you get is a set of 2 blocks in a box. You usually need 8' poles and those are VERY expensive to ship. You are much better off getting them from a local supplier if possible or just buying PVC pipe or wooden poles from your local Home Depot or lumber yard/plumbing supply.
How high are 3 blockes laying flat on there side?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think they are a mx of 6" on their side, 12" upright horizontally, and 2 feet standing on end. When they are lying flat on their side, the pole height is probably right about 6 inches since there's a little groove that they sit in. I guess it could be a little shorter, but definitely no higher.
how long and what diameter are these poles?
gail s on Apr 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Sorry for the delay! I got 10' x 3.5' poles from home depot, but my horse was a little "spooky". Would try getting them in gray instead of white if yours is the same. You can go to 5" wider, but I was trying to ease her into it.
what is the highest jump?
A shopper on Dec 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I bought these block to teach/train my horse to lift his feet (he was green and worked well for what I needed) each block is about 24" and they interlock with each other so you can stack them
Does this come with poles and how high is one block and is it 2 block or 4 block?
Nancy B on Mar 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is a two block pack and doesn't come with poles. It is close to 12 inches, 18 inches, then 2 feet.
what is the shipping cost?
Yann L on Sep 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It has been quite a long time since we ordered these; however as I remember it the shipping was nearly as expensive as the blocks. When I bought them for my daughter, I used a coupon for the blocks that provided a generous discount on them which is how I justified paying the extremely high shipping costs.