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post #1 of 11 Old 07-03-2008, 06:45 PM Thread Starter
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Wierd question...but whats your favorite part of tack?

I like bridles for some reason. Horses look cute with them, too.
And Saddle Pads come in different patterns its fun to see what the owner has.
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post #2 of 11 Old 07-03-2008, 07:08 PM
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I also like Saddle pads, haha they're fun because you can pick nice colors!! & see what looks best on your horse. ;)

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I think I like saddles best. A good looking saddle just makes the horse look...complete, if that makes any sense. Hoover looks so sharp with his russet longhorn on, it brings out the subtle red in his coat. It was a chore finding it, but I am madly in love with this one now I have it.

I also really enjoy the look of a nice breast collar. It seems to highlight the horse's chest muscles.

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My favorite part of tack? Collecting it!!


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Saddle and saddle pads. So many colors, so many fits. I love both.
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I love really squishy knee rolls on English saddles. They're so comfy and soft.

And crazy saddle pads.

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post #7 of 11 Old 07-04-2008, 01:22 AM
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lol yeah saddle blankets probably, I like this green stripey one that I use, and another one I got for my birthday last year. I love looking for tack though!

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I love really squishy knee rolls on English saddles. They're so comfy and soft.

And crazy saddle pads.
Agreed. It's actually one of the first things I look for when looking for a saddle. If it doesn't have any thickness to it then I don't even both looking at the rest.
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I love really squishy knee rolls on English saddles. They're so comfy and soft.

And crazy saddle pads.
Agreed. It's actually one of the first things I look for when looking for a saddle. If it doesn't have any thickness to it then I don't even both looking at the rest.
Yeah exactly. When I find my perfect saddle it'll have the squishiest knee rolls ever. :P

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LOL soo true!
Also, I like getting halters, I have soo many of those.

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