The Stablehand show jumping course designer runs completely in your browser.
It is free to use with no software to install. All you need to use it is a modern web browser and an internet connection.
Drag a jump from the menu onto the design surface to add it to your diagram.
Rotate and position the jumps however you need them.
You can group jumps together so they are treated as one jump by the designer.
You can copy and paste jumps on the designer.
Use the text control to add information and labels to your diagram.
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|single||A jump that consists of poles or planks placed one directly above another with no spread, or width, to jump.|
|oxer||Two single jumps close together, to make the jump wider, also called a spread.|
|triple||A spread fence with three elements of varying height.|
|liverpool||A ditch or large tray of water under a single jump or oxer.|
|cross rail||Two poles crossed with one end of each pole on the ground and on jump standards so that the center is lower than the sides.|
|cavaletti||A pole that is very low off the ground.|
|flower box||Filler used below rails.|
|single rail||Simply a pole on the ground.|