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post #11 of 19 Old 02-12-2013, 10:01 PM Thread Starter
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Phly- large buckets? Or the smaller ones?

Wares- I've got two that I could use (;

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Lots and lots of saddles, can't ever have enough of them!
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I have two, but could borrow from the 25+ that the BO has!

I seriously think I am the most spoiled and lucky kid alive.

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I'm always loosing hoof picks too. Rubber bands, thin leather for ties, fly spray, gosh I can't think of anything else.

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I was thinking a stud-chain maybe. We'll be going to larger shows this year, and I think she can handle it.

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post #16 of 19 Old 02-12-2013, 10:15 PM
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All sizes of buckets! Lil buckets, medium buckets, big buckets, huge troughs lol. Their good for feed, water, sittin on, soaking feeds, soaking hooves. Picture this, you're soaking a hoove, soaking beet pulp or alfalfa cubes, getting grain ready and need water for the stall. That's 4! Then if ya need one for a step stool for grooming or a place to sit? 5 buckets all in use at once. ;) I like buckets and TRY to justify all of em
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I say halters too. I have extra brushes, hoof picks, latex gloves and clean rags all kept sealed up in my vet kit. I know I have more that I just can't think of. Haha.

Again, hoof picks! Lol

*Edited to add* Buckets are great for jumping on a horse too!
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Hoofpicks.. I somehow ALWAYS loose mine, and then find it again, in the weirdest of places! Lol
*cough* Wonder if hubby will notice that I took a few of his flat nose screwdrivers and bent them in the vice to make cool hoof picks with nice handles?*cough*


Psssstt.....you don't need to buy em
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