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Tomr10

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Fair enough. Maybe a well placed disguised rock at sump height could be stepped over by nags but catch out the petrol heads?
Not that simple, as its a bridle way aswell, bad enough them squat jockeys cant be arsed to close the bloody bridle gates
Cant remember where I seen it but the was a steel barrier about 1.5 feet high so that a horse could step over but to high for a car. I guess the 4x4 people could see it as a challenge though
 

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Cant remember where I seen it but the was a steel barrier about 1.5 feet high so that a horse could step over but to high for a car. I guess the 4x4 people could see it as a challenge though
Think they call um ...bunny hops.. can be made outa sleepers.
 

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