Water jumps

Liverpools - Circular / Diamonds / Squares - Custom colors available

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Water Jumps and Liverpools

According to FEI rules, a Water Jump must have a minimum spread of 2.5m. If water is used under, in front of or behind an obstacle, the obstacle is called a Liverpool.

Liverpools are vinyl, four-sided, and can be used as a PORTABLE OPEN WATER JUMP and/or underneath a vertical/oxer. There is a range of colors available including two tone. Note: these are also available to our European clients, shipping from Europe, but in blue only.

Rubber Open Water Jump comes in metric and feet/inches sizes. Standard sizes are all metric. Heavy, specialized, available only from Europe. Historically, most of these sold 3-sided with the 4th side open. We recommend, however, that you select the 4-sided portable version to allow bi-directional course design as a more versatile option. The portable bidirectional Open water jump equivalent is made in the USA and is suitable for Rated Competitions including Young Riders.

(A) shows the 2" rigid frame portable bidirectional open water equivalent, which is a replacement for (B) the rubber open water jump

open water equivalent (portable & bidirectional)with a 2" rigid frame


rubber open water jump


Liverpools have a soft 4" thick vinyl-covered foam border

Handling and Storing Waterjumps.

The waterjumps can be folded for transport. Upon arrival, check for damages. Do not use forklift transportation machines to lift the water jump up.

NOTE: Damages must be noted at time of delivery to the driver present or insurance will be void.

Don't open the water jump covered with vinyl for transportation, with a knife. Do not pull at the sidewalls to unfold the waterjump.

Store the water jump laying flat on the floor, making sure there are no stones under the water jumps. The water jump can be rolled up or folded for transportation to the arena.

Upon installation in the arena, make sure there are no stones under the waterjump.

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FIND OUT MORE ~ Click here to read about the differences between Open Water Jumps, Liverpools, and Portable Water Jumps and Black Rubber FEI Open Water Jumps at the bottom of this page.

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