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        03-30-2010, 10:16 PM
      #11
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by gypsygirl    
    always bring an extra bridle, girth, halter, leadrope, & saddle pad ! If something breaks you will be glad you did !

    Out of curiosity, why do you have to wear long sleeves corporate pride ?
    I think it's to promote sunsmart...i don't get it, it's a winter sport...
         
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        03-30-2010, 10:27 PM
      #12
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Beau Baby    
    oky thanks guys. My friend is giving em some splint boots{if they fit} and a pair of tall boots{if they fit}. So now I have:
    Saddle/girth
    Bridle
    Pads
    Breeches{gonna get new ones}
    Helmet{need a cover}
    Gloves{they're blue, my stables colors}
    Crop
    Spurs{if needed}
    Splint boots{maybe}
    Tall boots{maybe}

    Wow. Lots of stuff.
    u think that's lots of stuff, I got camping dfor 2 nights for my events and this is the horse gear I bring:
    Jumping saddle
    Dressage saddle
    3 saddle pads
    2 half pads
    1 gel pad
    Breast plate
    Xc boots
    Showjump boots
    Xc bridle
    Dressage/showjumping bridle
    Crop
    Spurs
    Paddock boots
    Gaitors
    2 pairs of breechers
    Dressage/showjumping attire
    Xc shirt
    Medical armband
    Body protector
    Helmet
    Gloves x 2 pars (xc and dressage ones)
    Longboots (for wetness)
    Drizabone
    Lots of clothes!!!

    Then rugs:
    Doona
    Canvas
    Winter
    Fleece x 2
    Cotton
    Skinny hood
    Plaiting gear (i know it'snot a rug)
         
        04-01-2010, 09:52 PM
      #13
    Green Broke
    This is everything(unmodified for this year) that I brought to events.

    Jumping Saddle
    White Stadium Pad
    Royal Blue Cross Country Pad
    Jumping Girth (X2)
    Breastplate
    Bridle
    Extra Reins
    Dressage Saddle
    White Dressage Pad
    Half Pad
    Dressage Girth
    Polo Wraps
    Black Bell Boots
    Blue Bell Boots
    Woof Boots(XC and Stadium open fronts)
    Duck Tape (Blue, Black, Tye Dye, Silver)
    Grooming Bucket
    o Curry Comb
    o Glove with Nubs(for lack of better word)
    o Hard Brush
    o Medium Brush
    o Soft Brush
    o Comb
    o Hoof Pick
    o Sponge
    o Sweat Scraper
    Hoof Polish(Black and Clear)
    Hooflex
    Vetrolin Bath\
    Vetrolin Conditioner
    Vetrolin Shine
    Vetrolin Liniment
    Bucket For Washing
    Sponge For Body
    Sponge For Face
    Water Buckets (X2)
    Hay Net
    Extra Hay (2 Bales)
    Food Bucket
    Fly Spray
    Loop De Loos (X3)
    Hay String
    Vet Wrap (X4)
    Wrapping Cotton
    Diapers
    DMSO
    Towels
    Fruison
    Wound Spray
    Neosporin
    Magic Pink Medicine
    Tongue Depressors
    Laytex Gloves
    Thrush-XX
    Cowboy Magic Detangler
    Braiding Bands
    Braiding Kit
    White Rain
    Clippers
    Braiding Belt
    o Pulling Comb
    o Spacer
    o Quic Braid
    o Clips
    o Scissors
    Blade Wash
    Helmet
    Velvet Helmet Cover
    Leather Stadium and Dressage Gloves
    Black Cross Country Gloves
    Velvet Helmet
    Hair Bands
    Hair Nets
    Bobby Pins
    Shipping Boots
    Sleazy Hood
    Tail Bag
    Rain Sheet
    Leather Halter
    Nylon Halter
    Lead Ropes
    Field Boots
    White Pants
    White Polo
    Show Shirt
    Stock Tie
    Stock Pin
    Black or Grey Polo
    Cross Country Vest
    Stadium Breeches
    Black Cross Country Breeches
    Belts
    Sneakers
    Boot Bag
    Paddock Boots
    Half Chaps
    Wellies
    Warm Up Suit(to cover clothes)
    Carhart Jacket
         
        04-01-2010, 09:52 PM
      #14
    Green Broke
    Other half
    Sweat Pants
    Hat
    Jeans
    Horse Treats
    Water
    Dad’s Human First Aid Kit
    Medical Arm Band
    Cross Country Watch
    Muck Bucket
    Pitch Fork
    Shovel
    Extra Shavings
    Shorts
    Tank Top
    Sun Screen
    Wipes
    My Glasses
    Stuff to put contacts back in
    Hair Brush
    Hair Spray
    Electrical Tape
    Old Show Numbers
    Sweat Shirt
    Extra Socks
    Fly Mask
    Spurs
    Spur Straps
    Black Crop
    Blue Cross Country Crop
    Food In Bags With Electrolytes
    Peacock Stirrups
    Peacock Bands
    Coggins
    Health Certificate
    Cooler
    Camera
    Chargers (Phone, Camera)
    Books
    School Work
    Magazines
    Sports Bra and Regular Bra
    Ibprofine
    Metric wheel
         
        04-01-2010, 10:35 PM
      #15
    Trained
    Wholly Schmolly Alex!
         
        04-01-2010, 10:38 PM
      #16
    Trained
    Haha that's a ton of stuff !!
         
        04-02-2010, 01:34 AM
      #17
    Weanling
    Bugger carting all that around, I thought I was over packing!! HAHAHAHA
         
        04-02-2010, 04:11 PM
      #18
    Yearling
    Wow. That's a lot!
         
        04-02-2010, 09:24 PM
      #19
    Trained
    I feel like I bring nothing compared to you ! Most of my stuff fits in a little tiny plastic trunk !
         
        04-02-2010, 09:36 PM
      #20
    Trained
    Yeah, me too Gypsie.

    I bring - clothes for myself of course. I pack for cold, and I pack for hot. Just in case. Of course, I pack all that is needed for Nelson's care at the comp - but I am not including that in my list.

    Not including overnight stuff for me - for riding I bring:
    • Saddle *use CC saddle for all 3 phases*
    • Girth
    • White pad for dressage. White pad for stadium. Colored pad for CC
    • Breast Plate
    • CC/Stadium Bridle
    • Bridle for dressage *has my loose ring french on it*
    • Bell Boots
    • 4 horse boots *for fronts and back*
    • Black coat for dressage and stadium
    • show blouse with pin
    • Stud Kit incase of rain and incase stadium is on grass
    • CC shirt
    • White breeches for dressage
    • beige breeches for stadium and CC
    • Tall boots
    • Spurs
    • My Eventing Watch
    • Helmet
    • Gloves
    • Medical Arm Band
    • Grooming Tools
    I don't braid for dressage. I don't bathe at the show. I clean Nelson up at home beofore we haul to comps whether it is a 1 day there and back, or over nighter.

    I don't need braiding bands or all that jazz. I keep it simple. Low Levels you don't have to go "all out" in looks and presentation. Just remain clean and respectful.

    You don't need seperate saddles either for low levels. You don't need seperate helmets either.

    I'm sure I am forgetting some things - but I'll have it figured out before May 2nd.
         

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