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

Home | View From the Stands--more pictures | The Triangle Natural Stone jump--oxer | The big Double Bank Jump with ditch and 5 ft drop | The Stone Wall Jump | The Italian Bank Jump | Cobblestone Wall Jump | Contact
The Stone Wall Jump

The approach to the Stone Wall Jump from the stand area

The Stone Wall Jump is a primary jump on the center area of competition in terms of viewing from the stands.
The jump is  a cemented natural stone jump that is 3 ft high and about 2 ft wide.
Additional poles were added over the jump during competition to add height for hunter and jumper competitions.

The Stone Wall Jump From the Side

This angle on the Stone Wall Jump shows the width and the wood insertion at the top of the stone jump.
This is a safety factor for horses that tend to hit the front of the jump.
If a horse hits wood with their legs, the wood will give more than the stone.

This site provided for educational purposes only
See contact page for further info