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    05-26-2008, 08:50 PM
Green Broke

The saddle, girth and, stirrup leathers cost about 600$

Here are some of the pictures: My aunt was the one holding the saddle

The girth

I seriously need new stirrups or something to get rid of the rust [these are the ones the BO gave me]

Ill have pictures of the bridle when it gets here :)

We traveled 2 hours to go get that saddle and I stupidly forgot to get a bridle so I guess im going to order one
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    05-26-2008, 09:16 PM
That look's great!!! Did you go to either of the 2 tack store I told you about????? I'm dying to check out double g ranch the next time i'm there!!!!!.kudo's did well
    05-26-2008, 11:01 PM
Green Broke
Thanks so much :) I accually got this saddle from double G ranch and its an amazing place!! Very helpful and very friendly people they even changed the gullet for me :) They even spent like 20 mins helping me find a good saddle that would fit my seat :) I will definitely go back there again! And has sooo many saddle and everything! Definitely check it out! It took me like almost 2 hours to get there lol we got lost a few times. Lol thanks again :)
    05-26-2008, 11:10 PM
Started's a great store isn't it!!! .......but wow isn't it big!!!!!!! And friendly staff... put's the other tack shop we were talking about to shame!!!
    05-26-2008, 11:23 PM
Green Broke
Haha ya! Ya its huge , I couldnt figure out where things were at first lol! I wish it wasnt so far away I would be able to go more often! Took up so much gas lol
    05-29-2008, 09:06 PM
Congrats on your new purchase :)
    05-29-2008, 10:44 PM
Green Broke
Thanks :) im excited to ride in it!
    05-30-2008, 05:04 AM

Originally Posted by HorsesAreForever
I seriously need new stirrups or something to get rid of the rust
Hey, until you buy new ones, try this:

Grab some aluminum foil and some water and start scrubbing! Keep the irons and foil wet the whole time and keep turning/folding the foil so you are using clean parts of it. Unless the rust is REALLY bad & deep, this should remove it. But just a warning, it does kind of dull the metal. They won't be super shiny and new, but they won't have rust anymore!
    05-30-2008, 05:21 AM
Aluminum foil and coke

Nice saddle. Ridden in it yet??
    05-30-2008, 08:35 AM
Green Broke
O cool thanks for the tip!!

No I havent ridden in it yet, im hoping to this weekend if my bridle gets here

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