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    04-20-2012, 11:44 PM
  #11
Showing
I LOVE Professional's Choice products. Their saddle pads, SMBs, girths, cinches....I also love the eventing air-cooles boots by Premier Equine. Ovation is great....their winter breeches are super comfy and their other stuff is great too.
     
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    04-21-2012, 12:54 AM
  #12
Weanling
I have a "few" favourite brands.

- Grand Prix Equestrian Clothing, especially the Hampton Side Zip breeches, Frantisi
- Joules clothing, especially the polo shirts and wellies,
Joules Clothing Collection | Summer Clothing for Women, Men and Children
- Charles Owen helmets,
Home | Charles Owen & Co (Bow) Ltd
- Ariat tall boots, paddock boots, 1/2 chaps and clothing
Ariat International
- Mountain Horse winter jackets, fleece jackets and vests
- SSG gloves

- Weatherbeeta turnout blankets and sheets,
Weatherbeeta - whatever the weather - Choose your region
- Baker blankets, sheets and Irish knit sheets,
5/A Baker Blankets: Factory direct, customizable, Horse Blankets, Sheets, Coolers, other Horse Clothing and more -
- Horseware Ireland, Newmarket Collection fleece coolers and exercise sheets
- Poly Pads, Classic pad,
Welcome To Polypads
- Lettia, saddle pads, polo wraps and fleece lined coolmax girth,
Union Hill Equestrian Products & Supplies - Home
- Roma saddle pads
- Mattes sheepskin 1/2 pads
- fleece lined Dressage Sport Boots
- Woof Wear boots,
Woof Wear - Protection By Design - Woof Wear
- Eskadron, open front tendon boots, fetlock boots, polo wraps and bell boots,
de: Pikeur Reitmoden Brinkmann GmbH & Co. KG
- Korsteel, snaffle bits
- Metalab, snaffle bits

- Antares, saddles, bridles,etc,
Antarès - Accueil
- Devoucoux saddles, etc,
www.devoucoux.com


- Effax, leather care,
www.effax.com
- Carr Day Martin, leather care,
Welcome to :: CARR & DAY & MARTIN

- Effol hoof care products,
www.effol.com

- Haas natural bristle body brushes,
Haas Manufaktur | Donaueschingen | Germany
- Legends by Desert Equestrian, natural bristle brushes,
DESERTEQUESTRIAN.COM
- Champion Brush Company, natural bristle dandy brushes,
Brush manufacturers & distributors in Baltimore USA - Hill Brush Inc
- Hill Brush Company, natural bristle body brushes,
Brush manufacturers & distributors in Baltimore USA - Hill Brush Inc
     
    04-21-2012, 08:31 AM
  #13
Banned
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Originally Posted by Rawhide    
Don't know brand but here are my favorite !



Rawhide
I'm still trying to figure out what this is trying to tell us
equiniphile likes this.
     
    04-21-2012, 08:37 AM
  #14
Showing
^Literally bib-overall brands....instead of "favorite overall brands"
     
    04-21-2012, 08:39 AM
  #15
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Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
Which one did you buy? I use contour for several years already. It really works (especially easy to tell the difference on jump). I never regret the money I spent on it.
I ordered this one from saddlefitter Cordia Pearson:



To go under my new Toulouse Jennine Genesis
     
    04-21-2012, 08:42 AM
  #16
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Originally Posted by equiniphile    
^Literally bib-overall brands....instead of "favorite overall brands"
LOL I get it now

Before, all I could think of was Chickenhawk......

     
    04-21-2012, 08:48 AM
  #17
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When it comes to english saddles with adjustable gullets, I've seen nothing that compares to the Toulouse Genesis system.

After seeing people struggle to get gullet bars into and out of saddles like Wintec and similar ones, this thing is ridiculously easy to adjust. And unlike the Wintec style adjustment, the Genesis systems widens or narrows the entire tree, not just the gullet (see video).

The Genesis tree has been out in the market for two years already and comes with a 10 year warranty.

     
    04-21-2012, 03:55 PM
  #18
Foal
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Originally Posted by paintedpastures    
OMG too funny
How did he like riding in them ther' overalls??
Don't think he minds it one "bit",but owner strains back muscles tacking and un-tacking.

Rawhide
     
    04-21-2012, 04:16 PM
  #19
Yearling
Ariat
Stowaway
Circle y
Classic equine
Wahl
Tipperary
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    04-21-2012, 04:26 PM
  #20
Showing
That's a pretty broad question. I have a lot of favorites.

Saddles, western, I own:
- 2 Billy Cook's, one pleasure saddle and one pro-reiner.
-Crates
-2 customs made by Charles Crawley (he sold out to Crates many, many years ago) - by far my favorite saddles I own.
-Circle Y youth show saddle
-Hereford rough out training saddle
-Bona Allen
-my show saddle is a Dale Chavez

English, I own
-vintage Stubben Siegfried
-2 - Ian Millar collegiate, one light oil, one dark
-Blue ribbon child's saddle

Bridles, reins, etc - I like Schutz bros, weaver for cheap barn reins & quick snap headstalls. My show headstalls are customs from a local maker. Bosals & mecates I also have customed.

Professional's choice for boots, working pads, etc.

Bits - I'm a big Myler fan, have a few Reinsman's, and one of these days I will convince my hubby to let me buy a Balding to show in.
     

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