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    06-23-2010, 05:07 PM
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What to Always Have at the Barn

I sometimes get caught in situations where I don't have something that I need when I'm out at the barn, so I thought that we could make a list of all the tack/equipment that you should always have at the barn. I will start the list and then you can post things that you always have that aren't on the original list and that other people haven't posted.

I always Have:
-helmet
-water bottle
-saddle
-bridle
-bit
-saddle pad
-girth
-fly spray
-fly veil
-fly mask
-salt lick
-grooming kit
-crops
-extra halter
-buckets
-lead rope
-treats
-Febreeze (my locker smells bad because a mouse died in it... NOT my fault!)
-extra hoof picks
-horse shampoo
     
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    06-23-2010, 05:10 PM
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First aid kits for both horses and humans

Towels, lots and lots of towels

Sweat scraper
     

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