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post #21 of 26 Old 07-19-2008, 03:10 PM
Join Date: Jul 2008
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My tack box is organized (well I'm working on it ) but I have
fly spray
show sheen
tail bag
2 blankets
all my brushes
an emergency book (what to do etc etc)
hoof black
a massager
and vaseline
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post #22 of 26 Old 10-29-2008, 09:54 PM
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: virginia
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-2 helmets
-a tub full of saddle pads...all colors
-a dressage saddle
-2 english saddles
-western saddle
-a whople bit collection...every bit u can think of
-5 or 6 bridles
-my dressage bridle
-my jump bridle
-open front boots
-SMB boots
-3 pairs rubber bell boots....my horse tears them up
-i pair of Professional choice over reach boots
-3 blankets
-half chaps
-show sheen
-fly spray
-fly bonnet
-and lots of other stuff i dont need hahahahaha

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post #23 of 26 Old 10-29-2008, 10:09 PM
Join Date: Aug 2008
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Well I've got two tack boxes lol!
Tack Box 1:
Pair of jeans
Butt rope thing
Baby wipe things
Grooming bucket holder thing

Tack Box 2 including upper space thing:
Pad (3)
Bridle (3)
Bits (3)
Tail bag (2)
Saddle pack thingy
Some empty box
Helmet (2)
Shipping boots/leg wraps

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post #24 of 26 Old 10-29-2008, 10:56 PM
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Maryland
Posts: 1,348
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I have two tack trunks in my barn. One in front of my horses stall and one in the tack room.

The stall one:
many different types of shampoos and conditioners
Bright Pink polos
My schooling helmat
a swiss army knife
treats and mints
3 pairs of gloves
Leather halter w/ sheepskin

Tack room one:
All medication
extra bits
show bridle w/o a bit
extra cob sized martingale (that doesn't fit my horse)
quarter sheet
irish knit
extra halter
leather cleaner
shipping boots
extra saddle pad
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post #25 of 26 Old 11-14-2008, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: some where on my farm
Posts: 1,825
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let's see....my tack box has a couple of halters, briddles a med kit , vet kit, lunging stuff, brush boot's, bits, saddle blankets, wow mine seem's empety right now!!

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post #26 of 26 Old 11-15-2008, 06:43 AM
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE
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I have a tack room of my own at the stables because i have so much stuff that can't go in the shared store lol.. so here goes:

+ 3 Saddles (Antarés & Hermes brasilia for jumping, & Gaston Mercier for endurance) and a forth to come (Antares dressage saddle)
+ 1 bareback riding pad
+ Pessoa lunging system
+ 14 numnah's
+ 3 winter blankets, & 2 exercise quarter sheets
+ 6 pairs of boots
+ shampoos & detangles (6 pieces each)
+ 1 gel-pad & fleece pads
+ 2 Antarés breastplates in tan
+ 1 black Antarés mexican grackle bridle
+ 1 Hermes snaffle bridle in tan
+ 1 Spanish Riding School drop-nose bridle in black
+ 3 black rubber reins
+ 1 Spanish Riding School lunge Caveson
+ Shipping boots
+ Equine trolley saddle case
+ 1 lunging rope
+ 6 red halters & leads (Hamilton for my arab, & LamiCell for the andalusian)
+ 2 leather halters with nameplates & leads
+ 1 HPP Horse Massage blanket
+ 2 pairs of gel-bandages
+ 6 pairs of normal bandages (2 red, navy blue, pink, white)
+ 2 small bat whips, and another 110cm spanish riding school whip
+ Glitter gels & stencils, brushes, and mane ribbons
+ Hoof grease, sponges, & water/sweat scrapers
+ 2 CAVALOR LURAX® (my favorite for superficial injuries)
+ StaySound® clay for tendons
+ CAVALOR Muscle Build sachets (1 box, 90 sachets)
+ CAVALOR ArtriMatrix (1 box, 90 sachets)
+ 5 electrolyte & Vitamine-C blend buckets
+ 1 bag of OmegaFields Horseshine (loves it!)
+ 20 liter container of Equine cod liver oil (forgot the make?)
+ Injectable Vitamine-C syringes
+ A rhinestone bit
+ Stübben & Antarés leather care oils and creams

I think that's about it.
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