JumpCycle: Setting Greener Standards - Second Edition

JumpCycle is a new column dedicated to upcycling in course design. At Green Is the New Blue, we aim to inspire your creativity and encourage our readers to divert landfill destined items into unique jumps for their arenas. For our second edition, we are excited to present these stunning jumps crafted with recycled pallets.

Our first jump was created by Michael Fletcher, of Grazing Fields Farm in Massachusetts. Pictured at the New England Equitation Championships, this beautifully designed jump features recycled pallets as the centerpiece for these sturdy standards.

In New Zealand, contributor Hayley-Grace Davis designed these triple bar standards out of recycled pallets. With a fun paint job, we almost couldn’t tell these were pallets!

Jessica Stephens of Western Australia designed this adorable rubber duck themed jump using repurposed pallets.