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    03-11-2011, 06:56 PM
Green Broke

Why is Biothane so expensive?
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    03-11-2011, 07:03 PM
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I got a Biothane bridle on Ebay and it wasn't expensive... It's not fancy, but it was $20 so I'm not complaining...

Here's a picture of it on Miss Lacey:

But yeah, it doesn't look cheap, imo.

However, I don't know much about biothane in general so I can't answer your real question... Hopefully someone can come enlighten us both since I'm interested now! Haha
    03-11-2011, 07:05 PM
Green Broke
I like biothane..looks easy to clean too!

I loooove lacy...btw,go check out my barefoot saddle..super excited about it!
    03-11-2011, 07:14 PM
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It is super easy to clean! I love it. And it's been great this winter since I've been riding in the rain quite a bit and I hate letting my leather bridle get wet! I'm sure it'll also be great for the summer when she gets sweaty and such as well.

Haha thanks!
I did see your saddle! It looks SO nice (and comfy), I was jealous. I think you totally have a reason to be excited about it!
    03-11-2011, 07:19 PM
Green Broke
I want some bright colored know that super tacky awesome would be great for trail rides so people know there is something massive coming there way

Thanks! I'm waaay excited. It looks like a giant squishy seat. I have to buy a good pad for it.I found a barefoot one for $79.00
I plan on doing CTR someday but that will be awhile..maybe they will have one out your way and you can meet Gidget!
    03-11-2011, 07:33 PM
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Yes! Tacky brightly colored biothane is awesome!
I had the option of a bunch of different colors when I got Lacey's bridle but I decided that if I ever wanted to calm down my color scheme (my saddle is red and black, the pad and breast collar are neon pink, the cinch is red, her bosal noseband thing is glow in the dark, and every set of reins I own is some combination of turquoise and neon green! Haha) or when I get another horse, I didn't want to have buy another bridle. So I went with white since I figure white will look classy on any color of horse and it goes with whatever colors I want to pair with it.
I tried to find the guy I bought the bridle from on Ebay again but I couldn't find it. I'm probably not looking in the right place. Haha

That's great! I'd love to try CTR some time too but I haven't seen anything out around me, the rides seemed to be mostly focused in central Oregon. :( But one day!
Meeting Gidget would be cool! She's such a cutie-patootie!
    03-11-2011, 07:40 PM
Green Broke should be named rainbow bright!
If you EVER want to sell tack give me a PM.

CTR does look like a lot of fun.I watch youtube videos of it,lol.A lot of people say anyone can trail ride but NOT true IMHO Some trails can be tough..all of mine have been easy time my saddle ended up on Gidget's lower neck O.O

I think Gidget and Lacy are the same height. They look like they could be buds! And thank you.I think she pretty smitten myself :P
Sad thing was I thought she was ugly when I got her,lol..poor girl.

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