Skinny fences must be secured front and back. For large fences it is possible to use 2 x 5” (13 cm) anchors on the back on each side and 3 x 5” anchors on the back on each side for the skinny/small base spread fences instead of the normal 12” (30 cm) or 14”(35cm) ground anchors that we would use on grass.. Brackets that have proved successful are: - 1/4” (63mm) steel, 3 1/2”(9cms) wide - Height of the back of the bracket - 10”/25cms - Length of the bottom of the bracket: 14”/35cms for 2 ground anchors. 22”/55cms for 3 ground anchors. Spirafix anchors can be purchased from: https://www.spirafix.com
For more information, please read the FEI Cross Country Guidelines for Officials HERE.
We build all sizes and recommend half skinnies which usually measure between a full length jump of 2.4m and a skinny of 1.2m to assist in the training process. Just about any type of jump can be made into a skinny but here are some examples:
|Skinny log roll with training wings|
|Skinny angled brush|
|Skinny sharks teeth|
|Sharks tooth (half skinny)|
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