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        08-21-2009, 02:38 AM
    what to buy for a horse

    Heey guys. This is probley a really big question, but you don't have to put the price or anything, could you list all the things you need for a horse? I've done it myself, I just know I have missed something
    All answers will be very helpful
    Thank you! :)
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        08-21-2009, 09:36 AM
    Here's a pretty simple list...

    - Halter
    - Spare Halter
    - Lots of Lead Lines
    - Saddle
    - Bridle with Reins
    - Stirrups
    - Stirrup Leathers (2 pairs)
    - Girth
    - Saddle Pads
    - Breastplate/Martingale if needed
    - Boots if needed
    - Grooming Tote/Box
    - Hard Brush
    - Soft Brush
    - Curry Comb
    - Shedding Blade
    - Hoof Pick
    - Rags
    - Mane/Tail Comb and Brush
    - Pulling Comb
    - Fly Spray
    - Detangler
    - Bucket to hold bathing supplies
    - Shampoo
    - Conditioner
    - Sponge
    - Rags/Towels
    - Sweat Scraper

    First Aid Kit
    - Betadine
    - Vetrap
    - Triple antibiotic ointment
    - Poultice and Poultice paper
    - Liniment
    - Gloves
    - Bandage scissors
    - Cotton Roll
    - Stable Bandages
    - swat

    Let me know if you have any questions or need help finding something.
        08-21-2009, 10:32 AM
    Good list by Mudypony!
        08-21-2009, 12:19 PM
    Thankyou soo much, I have missed out quite alot! Many thanks again mudypony, that's really really helpful :)
        08-21-2009, 07:53 PM
    Your welcome! I love making lists and picking stuff out for horses.
        08-21-2009, 08:07 PM
    A barn or stall or pasture or combination of all three.
    A truck.
    A trailer.
        08-22-2009, 03:39 AM
    Oh, I know what you need.
    A list of all emergency contact numbers.
    Who to Call if your outta town
    Previous Owner
    Its always good to be prepared.
    Some other items mudypony forget were
    -Lunge rope
    -Lunge whip
    -Lunging equipment (pessoa etc.)
        08-22-2009, 10:13 AM
    THANKYOU SOO MUCH GUYS! You are all so helpful :) :)
        08-22-2009, 12:42 PM
    Green Broke
    I am not sure if it gets cold in the winter where you live, but winter blankets are always good!

    And fly spray!

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