Rucker Park--Training site for 1930's US Olympic Teams and many top AHSA horse shows

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Cobblestone Wall Jump

The Cobblestone Jump
The pictures show a lot of tree growth, however you can see the approximately 2 foot by 1 foot cemented jump that is primarily used for schooling.

The approach from the east to the Cobblestone Jump

This jump is outside the primary show area, and is basically used as a schooling jump.
This Rucker Park jump is made of stone that is natural to Oklahoma.  This type of stone and the method of construction has been used in the past for many homestead homes of the people that settled Oklahoma in the early 1900's. 

The cobblestone jump from the side

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