This is my review of several different jump cups. I start with the basic jump cups you can get from Horse.com, to my favorite, Dapple Equine one handed jump cup. In my opinion, the Dapple Equine is the best cup to have if you are making your own jumps.

They are simple to use, and regardless if your drilled holes are perfectly centered, it won’t matter, these work great! They are sturdy, and no more lost pins. They are not cheap, but if you buy a couple of pairs at a time, you will not break your bank account!

The best price I have found on these cups with shipping is from State Line Tack, when they have their 25% off offer, making the cups $20.25 a pair. If you spend more than $99.00 sometimes you can get free shipping too. Bit of Britain sells them for $21.95 a pair all the time, but their shipping fee is $9.95 regardless of how large your order.

The description from Bit of Britain’s website:

“Pinless Jump cup by Dapple Equine is made of professional grade steel with a rubber coating. 3/8″ diameter pin arm fits easily in to the standard 1/2 pin hole found in commercial and homemade jump standards, Made in the USA”

Lisa
Lisa

I am horse crazy and love DIY projects, and finding great deals on everything horse related. When I have a new idea, or find a great deal I love sharing this information with you.

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