New agility jump!

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  1. snowbunny

    snowbunny Administrator Forum Supporter

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    We had a fabulous time last spring having an agility holiday in Normandy. I've been wanting to do some more ever since, but haven't had time, one way or another. This week, though, J built us a jump and we gave it its first try-out this morning. I think the dogs approve :)

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  2. edzbird

    edzbird Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    Wow! Great photos..and brilliant jumping.
     
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    Super jumping,wow,it's a very well made jump,x
     
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    Great photos, they look happy :doug:
     
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    VEry nice jumps. They are set quite high, what would be their jump height?
     
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    Love the photos and what a professional looking jump! Both OH and I are hopeless at DIY so great admiration.
     
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  7. JulieT

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    It looks like a proper show jumping fence! It's super!
     
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    As per KC regulations, the top of the bars are at 35cm, 45cm and 65cm. I asked him to put in 55cm as well, which is why there are four lots of pegs.

    Looking at the photos, they look far higher than they actually are in real life! The side-on shots of Willow, she is only jumping over the bottom bar (you can see the other one on the floor), but she is jumping super high :)
     
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  9. Naya

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    Fantastic jumps :)
     

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