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    06-24-2008, 06:20 AM
  #1
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WHAT'S IN YOUR TACK BOX?

Ok let's see what people on the HF keep in there tack boxes!!!
     
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    06-24-2008, 07:15 AM
  #2
Yearling
Oh wow ok -

In the tack box...
Many halters and leads, a few lunge lines.
Roller and side reins
Stockwhip
3 sets sport boots, 2 sets shin boots, 2 sets gel open front boots, 1 set gel fetlock boots, probably others
All the summer and show rugs, also fly veils
My trimming kit
I have my everyday gear bag in there atm with my helmet and some other stuff

The stuff strewn around the tack room -
4 float boots
4 saddles, lots of girths and breastplates, and saddlepads
2 bridle bags for my show bridles, each has 3 or 4 bridles in it I think
My 2 training bridles
Branding iron
Few more rugs
My show bag with clippers, number plate, braiding kit ect
     
    06-24-2008, 08:27 AM
  #3
Weanling
Lots =3
     
    06-24-2008, 09:47 AM
  #4
Super Moderator
My trailer is my tack box so uh... hee hee.... let's just say... alot.... I even have a TV in there!
     
    06-24-2008, 10:13 AM
  #5
Weanling
Hmm, well I have...

An english saddle and bridle
2 saddle pads
1 gel pad
2 girths
1 western breast collar, girth and bridle
2 halters
2 lead ropes
1 fly fringe
1 homemade bridle
1 homemade haynet
My brush box with my various assortment of boxes
1 bucket that holds all my spray bottles
1 showsheen
1 flyspray
1 green spot remover
1 spray bottle of water
1 spray bottle of listerine
2 bottles of m&t detangler
1 bottle of mtg
1 jar of neatsfoot oil
1 jar of hoof black
1 set of shipping boots
1 cooler
1 pair of clippers w/ assorted accessories
1 english helmet
2 pairs of halfchaps
1 pair of english spurs

And I believe that's it
     
    06-24-2008, 05:03 PM
  #6
Green Broke
I don't have a "tack box" but I have two shoe boxes and another box, lol

The shoe boxes have leads and a tiestrap and off-billet, some roping gloves, spurs and spur straps, and other odds and ends

Then I have a box of about 10 bits
     
    06-24-2008, 08:19 PM
  #7
Trained
I have:
1 girth,
1 half pad
2 nylon halters
1 rope halter
1 fleece cooler
1 light sheet
Polo wraps
Open front boots
Splint boots
Fly spray
2 detanglers
A box full of grooming stuff
1 helmet
3 pairs of gloves
Surcingle
Pessoa training system
1 vest

And that's about it... we tried to keep it down to a minimum
     
    06-24-2008, 09:35 PM
  #8
Yearling
I don't have a tack box either but I do have a pretty big wooden locker thing that I keep some this stuff in:

- galloping boots
- wither pad
- fuzzy girth
- grooming kit (w/ stiff brush, soft brush, curry comb, comb, brush for me, braiding bands, little hand held wahl clippers, rags, sponge)
- bucket for bathing
- mane n' tail shampoo
- cowboy magic conditioner
- mane n' tail detangler
- show sheen
- liniment and poultice that won't fit in my first aid kit
- spare halter and lead
- tons of treats
- baby wipees for cleaning the horse in the winter

I keep my bridle and breastplate w/ martingale in the tack room and keep my saddle at home.
     
    06-24-2008, 09:51 PM
  #9
Yearling
Forget Tack Boxes, we have an entire tack shed.

I have:
Three saddles.
5 Bareback Pads.
Four Saddle Pads
Atleast, five or six bridles.
5 bits.
4 leather curb straps.
One curb chain
Two NHS Leads
Ten Regular Leads
One NHS Line
At least a dozen or more pairs of reins
8 Web Halters
4 Rope Halters
1 Emergency Vet Kit
1 Lunge Line
6 Cinches
1 Carrot Stick & Savvy String
1 Training Tarp
1 set of stirrup rotators
1 72" Winter Blanket for the old gal
     
    06-24-2008, 11:07 PM
  #10
Showing
In our barn's tack room I have...

2-3 Saddle pads I own, but like 25 others for lesson horses.
Lots of extra girths (those are mostly for the lesson horses)
Flyspray
Showsheen
Crops
Grooming supplies (brushes, hoof picks, etc.) on a big shelf.
Some half-chaps & extra field boots.
Lots of halters, lunge lines, & extra stirrup pads.
Bridles (of course!)
& in this other room next to it we have lots of blankets, fly masks/sheets, first aid kit, MTG, some buckets, hoof oil & polish, boot polish, etc. & a trail bag.

probably missed some stuff but oh well, lol.
     

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