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The Definition of Jump Standards

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Jump Standards

Jump standards. Some are quite plain like these ones, while others can be more elaborate.

2009 Katherine Blocksdorf
Definition: Jump standards are the upright supports for rails of a jump. They are usually made of wood, Most commonly, the base is an X of wood that holds up one square post. On the post. hangers or cups hold the rails that the horse jumps over.
Also Known As: Standards
Examples:
My dad built us some new jump standards out of scrap wood.

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