As a rider, testing your skill over jumps is one of the most exhilarating experiences. Part of developing the confidence to soar over the pole or rail comes from an understanding of the nature of the jump - and how better to understand this than to know how it is built, or, better sA practical, step-by-step guide to the construction of a set of show jumps and their associated fillers, Building Show Jumps explains everything you need to know clearly, concisely, and with numerous photographs and diagrams.till, build your own.; Starting techniques and building sturdy feet; Basic jumps, rectangle wings and standard wings; Spread jumps, pillars and stile jumps; Considers health and safety, tools and materials
Andy Radford has been working in the countryside and equine environment for over twenty years, and is highly skilled in a number of rural crafts. He has carried out contract work for equestrian organisations. He is the author of A Guide to Dry Stone Walling, A Guide to Stock Fencing and Building Shelters, Fences and Jumps, all published by Crowood.