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  • We just bought a horse. what supplise do we need
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    04-03-2010, 06:59 PM
Question What Supplys do I need!?

I am about to buy a horse for eventing. The owner is giving him to me free, but I need to buy ALL his supplys and equipment by myself!(please don't judge whether the horse is right for me, I have a eventing coach to decide that for me)

What are supplys I need? (I need horse equipment, tack, blankets etc) Keep in mind I already have all of my supplys I just need supplies for my horse! And also keep in mind we are going to be eventing!

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    04-03-2010, 07:15 PM
Saddle, bridle, girth,breast collar(?)
Brushes, flyspray, wraps, fly sheet, winter turnout or stable blanket, depending on if he's stalled or not............ hoof pick.......... show sheen, shedding blade, erm........ FIRST AID KIT for yourself and the horse.
I'm having a blank right now. Anyone else? Lol :)
    04-04-2010, 12:33 PM
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Same as above, along with lunge line, lunge whip, boots or polo wraps, treats, first aid goodies (I like to buy full size bottles, not a kit), dewormer, banamine (good to have on hand), spare halter & lead, etc.
    04-04-2010, 02:30 PM
All of the above, plus sweat rug, travel boots, hay net, feed bowls,bins etc and chocolate for you to put your feet up with after a hard days shopping:) xx
    04-04-2010, 11:32 PM
What things go in the first aid kit for my horse? Or is there premade kits that I can buy?.. I guess what im trying to say is what should be included in this lol
    04-05-2010, 10:56 AM
Uh gosh, you can have as little or as much as you want here. Ok esentials. Vet rapp, suncream high factor, fly reppelent ( My spelling gets worst ah I hate being dyslexic!) mm purple spray, uh I forget what it is called it is a creme you put on and it works like a plaster(help guys:)) Bute, insurance details for emergency, vet details, hoof pick, aloe vera gel great for bites and sun burn, ok I have gone black been a while lol x
    04-05-2010, 10:58 AM
I've seen some premade kits that they have but I always add on, because I find some things are needed that they don't include, and also, I add MORE because they just don't supply enough of the stuff. That also includes the first aid kits for you too.

help needed!

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