Volume 001, Book 009, Hadith Number 472Narrated By Ibn 'Abbas :
Once I came riding a she-ass when I had just attained the age of puberty. Allah's Apostle was offering the prayer at Mina with no wall in front of him and I passed in front of some of the row. There I dismounted and let my she-ass loose to graze and entered the row and nobody objected to me about it.
Volume 001, Book 009, Hadith Number 473Narrated By Ibn 'Umar :
Whenever Allah's Apostle came out on 'Id day, he used to order that a Harba (a short spear) to be planted in front of him (as a Sutra for his prayer) and then he used to pray facing it with the people behind him and used to do the same while on a journey. After the Prophet , this practice was adopted by the Muslim rulers (who followed his traditions).
Volume 001, Book 009, Hadith Number 474Narrated By 'Aun bin Abi Juhaifa :
I heard my father saying, "The Prophet led us, and prayed a two-Rak'at Zuhr prayer and then a two-Rak'at 'Asr prayer at Al-Batha' with an 'Anza (planted) in front of him (as a Sutra) while women and donkeys were passing in front of him (beyond that 'Anza)."
Volume 001, Book 009, Hadith Number 475Narrated By Sahl (bin Sa'd) :
The distance between the Musalla of Allah's Apostle and the wall was just sufficient for a sheep to pass through.
Volume 001, Book 009, Hadith Number 476Narrated By Salama :
The distance between the wall of the mosque and the pulpit was hardly enough for a sheep to pass through.
Volume 001, Book 009, Hadith Number 477Narrated By 'Abdullah :
The Prophet used to get a Harba planted in front of him (as a Sutra) and pray behind it.