Thanks for the info, opinions and advice. As for spending time with them, when we are home we spend quite a bit of time. Until the past month, we would let them in the house with us at night for a bit and keep an eye on them and the cats, but lately it's been raining out every day and as soon as they go out they roll in mud and become messy. Instead of washing them every single day I have let them stay outside. Even if I am in the back yard playing with them she still wants to jump. As for killing the neighbors dog, the neighbors dog did not need to be in my back yard eating their food.
Seems that the only thing to do is build a pen with a cover over it and that's that. Hopefully soon when it dries up and I clean them up nicely I can start brining them in at night again and day when it's hot out and then the rest of the time put them in the yard when I am working outside. When I am gone I can put them in the pen with the cover. I have a separate fenced in area in the back with a big dog house to fit 4 dogs and enough room for them to play around in that I may just buy a big roll of chicken wire for and cover that entire area. I do not like to keep them locked up because they are big dogs and always like to run around and play but this area for when I am gone is plenty big enough for them (may take a LOT of chicken wire but oh well).
Now that you guys mention attention (which I thought about it being a possible reason), it seems that EVERY time we are all gone for more than 2 or 3 hours and come home she is out of the yard. She will hear the car and come running out from the woods to us. I will put her back in the yard and go back there to check on them and spend time but she will run straight back to the gate and jump again. Odd thing is she ONLY does it at the gate and nowhere else. The yard is also just under 2 acres so it's not a very small back yard, they have plenty of grass and woods to run in and the sunroom to the house is always opened for them to come inside in case it's too hot out with plenty of water and two beds.
Reason I say this is because I dont want anyone thinking I have these two dogs who are out in some small yard with no beds, water, food, no room to run and play and get no attention. Sure we are not around 10 hours a day to play because of work.
Anyways, I have learned that there is no way to train her to stop if she keeps doing it and the only way to solve my problem is a roof over an area. This will be my project for this coming weekend.
Thanks again for the info guys and if anyone else has anymore suggestions, feel free to post them!