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        10-20-2011, 05:25 PM
      #121
    Trained
    SorrelHorse...can I borrow your bank account?....please? I have some bridles that I REALLY wanna buy...NOW!!!
         
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        10-20-2011, 05:28 PM
      #122
    Trained


    I am innocent I swear, it wasn't me the made me do it. Bert just had to have a set of yellow polos, and when they only got to $7.50 on ebay I had to bid, I don't think that $10.50 was to bad for a set of 4, and if the turn out small I'll join them onto my small white ones to make them fit
         
        10-20-2011, 05:31 PM
      #123
    Weanling
    I need a bridle to match my saddle. I'm hoping to buy used, but if I have to... I'll buy new. Off to the tack store tomorrow, whee!
         
        10-20-2011, 08:12 PM
      #124
    Showing
    Courtney, you saddle wasn't originally the color it is now. I think it was more of a med. Dark brown, not havanah. They were high quality dyes that would darken with numerous cleanings. It had to be like that for the ultra conservative for the British english rider. Black was out except for dressage.
         
        10-22-2011, 12:55 AM
      #125
    Yearling
    Hi my name is Nicole and I am a starting Tackaholic. My horses colors are royal blue and black, tell me why he needs more then one royal blue halter? One has a throat latch the other doesnt...that is why. I used to have 3 saddles and am now down to 2 still trying to sell off the third. I have about 12 saddles pads (can never have enough) 2 grooming kits etc. Several other halters. Oh and I am getting my morning hating butt up at the crack of dawn tomorrow to go to a tack garage sale. Who knows what I will find. Oh and today I got an HDR bridle. Cannot wait until it arrives. Let my tack room begin to build itself in the little corner of the actual larger tack room space that I have.
         
        10-22-2011, 10:31 AM
      #126
    Green Broke
    Oh no. Help me! I have to go to Adams for a gullet kit...what else am I to see?

    I will have to go in with my eyes closed and feeeeel around....
         
        10-22-2011, 01:52 PM
      #127
    Weanling
    I did good, guys! Instead of buying brand new, I opted for 'previously enjoyed'. I got an HDR snaffle bridle (with webbed, grippy reins), a neoprene girth, some irons and a d-ring snaffle bit for $90. When I got home, I found that all pieces matched my saddle quite nicely!

    I also bought a bag of horse treats for Vanna - $5!
         
        10-22-2011, 10:19 PM
      #128
    Showing
    I currently have two horses, 5 western saddles, a rack full of pads and saddle blankets, a wall full of bridles and a pile of halters, one harness, two trunks full of "stuff" and a storage box full of bits. Sold off two english saddles this summer and likely will s.s.s.s.s....s.sell one of the western. Whew, that was hard to say!
         
        10-22-2011, 10:50 PM
      #129
    Yearling
    I went to Stagecoach today for a pair of chaps...

    I came out with a pair of chaps, a pair of half chaps, and Cowboy Magic Body Shine.

    And my father wants to take me and my mother to the tack store soon.

    My mother is 100x more of a shopaholic than me.

    I don't even want to imagine how that shopping trip is going to turn out...I'm sure it will start out to be "just to look". But then I'll tell my mother why that cute halter and saddle pad would be handy and look sooo cute on Lucky, and she'll look at those chocolate brown paddock boots and say those would look so good with my chaps, and then I'll get sparkly hoof polish for the heck of it and my mom will giggle like a little girl and grab a bottle of QuicBraid.

    And onnnn it will go...and my father will be broke.

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        10-23-2011, 02:11 AM
      #130
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Saddlebag    
    Sold off two english saddles this summer and likely will s.s.s.s.s....s.sell one of the western. Whew, that was hard to say!
    Congratulations for being able to get the word out, definitely a first step
         

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