Anyone for nude bottom jump fillers?

Are you looking to add an extra something to your showjumping course? One eBay seller believes they have the perfect solution — fillers in the shape of bare bottoms.

The entrepreneurial seller is offering the fibreglass backsides — which used to be mannequins — to the equestrian market to spice up your schooling sessions.

The seller states that they come in a “used condition”, but that it is possible to “sand and paint them or even put pants on them”.

The nude sculptures — which come in both sexes — may be more distracting for the rider rather than the horse.

Priced at £35 for a set of 3, they are “not recommended for use as a wing or to stack” and have not passed any relevant safety standards.

This news story was first published in Horse & Hound magazine (24 October, 2013)

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