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        05-20-2008, 02:20 PM
    ^LOL FGR!
    This is really informative, very good list!
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        05-20-2008, 02:43 PM
    Green Broke

    If it's just a one-day show, you probably won't need the following, but if it's a multi-day show it wouldn't hurt:

    Ace and/or banamine
    (just in case)

    For the Trailer/ Tack Stall
    Fly masks (to protect their eyes from debris while trailering)
    Muck fork
    Water container with water from home in it (you can mix it with the show water, and they'll drink it - - also, you can add peppermints to their water at home and add them at the show )
    Shipping boots
    Extra lead lines
    Bailing twine (to hang buckets)
    Bleach (if it's a dirty stall - just scrub it down!)
    Extension cords
    Sweat scraper

    For the Rider:
    Make up
    Mirror (!)
    Brushes for your hair
    Safety pins!
    Whip/ spurs (if you use them)
    Shoe polish
    Bobby pins
    Hairspray that holds like glue

    For the horse:
    Coggins - a definite around here!
    Cooler/ sheet
    Hoof black/ hoof white (we show saddlebreds - - white foot = white shoe polish (then let dry) and paint over with clear)
    Show sheen/ baby oil
    Vaseline for the face and ears
    Lots of extra rags
    Tack - always bring 2 saddlepads in case one gets dirty (if it's white)
    General first aid ointment
    Fly spray
        05-20-2008, 02:47 PM
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    Powder for white socks? Oh no no! Spray paint for sure, for black socks and white socks, and pepe for shine! Oh and don't forget the BBQ grill! (we always bring a charcoal grill - yum yum!)
        12-01-2008, 10:28 PM
    I know in oregon that you don't have to have the test uless you are leaving the state
        12-06-2008, 08:01 AM
    In florida I believe you must have coggins anytime you trailer a horse
        12-11-2008, 06:35 PM
    What are Coggins? We don't need any papers to trailer our horses here,
        12-12-2008, 11:57 PM
    Umm don't forget bobby pins.
    Safety pins
    Extra pony tails,
    Water for you.
    Maybe something to listen to, to keep your mind off things.

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