Alright, not sure if anyone cares or not, but this weekend I built my hurdles very easily and very cheapily. I thought I would post this in case anyone else was trying to figure out a way to do this. Nothing ground breaking here.
I went to Home Depot and used the 3/4" X 10' PVC piping. It is $0.89/pipe, super cheap. They supplied me with a saw and I measured off 3'. Cut two 3' pieces off and then cut the remaining 4' in half (two 2' pieces). This gave me one hurdle (3' high by 2' wide) and one extra 2' piece. I repeated this 5 times to get my 5 hurdles (with a few extra pieces left over).
I then bought 10 3/4" elbows (2 for each hurdle). These worked great for connecting the two legs to the width piece (no, these are not the technical terms ). Anyways, I also bought these little pieces that I thought would work as a base, but they didn't. So for the base I have to use weights, I am sure someone can come up with a better base. But, the 3/4" tubing fits into the weight holes nice and snug and this holds them in place.
I already had the weights so that didn't cost me anything. The total bill was $11 counting the useless bases I bought. I am sure for $10 you can have your hurdles with no problems. Of course, it may cost a little more if you have to make your own base, but if you have weights lying around those should work.
I hope someone finds this useful.