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        12-06-2007, 11:25 PM
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    ....TACK - APPAREL - FUND-RAISING....

    Okay, I mapped out the approximates of what I NEED to ride and show English:

    Saddle------------
    Bridle--------------
    Leathers------------(set)Country Supply for $149.99
    Irons---------------
    Etc.----------------

    Saddle Pads----
    (Nuhmah)----------Country Supply for $27.88
    (Pad)-------------

    Helmet-----------(1)Schneider's for $34.95

    Riding Tights---(1pair)Country Supply $19.99

    Show Shirt------(1)Country Supply $19.95

    Show Jacket----(1)Country Supply $52.25

    Show Boots-----(1pair)Country Supply $38.95


    Necessities:

    Running Martingale - $8.99 Country Supply

    (Splint?) Boots - $45? <---- still looking into this

    Extra Apparel - ???



    How does this look? Will Splint or Support boots affect Blu's tucking and overall movement in English?

    Also, Mom doesn't think we can afford this all. She wants me to start fund-raising. What do you think of this? If I do fund-raising, I just write a letter to a local business and tell them what I am doing, why, and etc. Last year I did it for 4-H Lambs and got $250 from out local Ridgeway Oil Corporation. Please, I need help! Thanks in ADVANCE! :-D
         
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        12-08-2007, 01:12 AM
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    Thanks again...
         
        12-08-2007, 02:48 AM
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    Your mom has a good idea to get sponsors to help pay for show tack. Is there any way to get some extra money in your area babysitting, part time jobs available? Anything you can sell on Ebay or raffle off at your barn or school, old tack your not using, stuff like that. Have a bake sale at school (if your still in school). That's all I can come up with for now, I'll keep thinking on it.
         
        12-08-2007, 02:59 AM
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    Would your mom let you have a garage/yard sale and keep the proceeds? Anything the family might not need or want.
         

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