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        06-10-2008, 01:49 PM
    Green Broke

    Well since you all know im selling Ginger im going to have all of my tack just laying around so I've decided that it would be a good idea to by myself a tack box to organize my things. What tack boxes would you recommend? (preferably under $200.) I would like (if possible) to be able to fit my English saddle, bridle, girth, etc. into the box. All help is appreciated!!
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        06-10-2008, 10:01 PM
    If you're looking at spending under $200... you're not going to get anything custom made for tack, sorry. My tack box is costing about $400-500, and that's just for supplies, Rich is doing the labour for free.... erm... well, almost free ;)
    .... I make him dinner in exchange, get your minds out of the gutter!! :P

    Anyways, your best bet is going to a Home Depot or Rona or whatever is in your area and looking for a storage shed... another idea is going to Ikea (do you have those there?) and buying a cabinet then just buying a saddle rack and bridle hooks to put into the wood.

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