Books, random items, and tack
Seabiscuit, An American Legend by Laura Hillenbrand. $8
Chicken Soup for the Horse Lovers Soul, by many authors. $10
Horseback Riding for Dummies, by Audrey Pavia and Shannon Sand. $15
The Rider's Problem Solving, by Jessica Jahiel. $15
Junior Show Jumping, by Judy Crago. $5
Foal to Five Years by Anna Hyland. $5
Of women and Horses (GREAT BOOK), by various horsewomen. $15
The Usborne Complete book of Riding and Pony care (childs book), $5
Alex and Me, by Dr. Irene Pepperberg. $10
Ask and I will take pictures. Other items will be posted soon.
Small parrot cage, $10
Welded rose art (very beautiful), $15
Fuji Film camera, s700. Make an offer (I paid $300)
Womans long, pink, antique-looking coat (very pretty)
And if anyone collects antique/new horse sculptures.
Two western bridles
Two english bridles
Horseman's Veterinary Encyclopedia, by Will A. Hadden III. DVM. (Really really informational) $15
The Marine Reef Aquarium, by Philip Hunt. $20 (for all the salt-aquarium lovers)
The ultimate book of the Horse and Rider, by many authors. $15
Storey's Guide to Training horses (ground work, Driving, English, Western, Trail riding, Fressage, Jumping), by Heather Smith Thomas. $15
I also have alot of antique horse things, like breeches. The breeches are yellow and look like the ones on seabiscuit (the ones the wife wears when she is feeding him). They flare out (http://www.corsetsandcrinolines.com/...quebreech1.jpg)
And an antique book from the 1800's, it talks about training horses, but in a cruel way (beating them). If your interested let me know... 0_0 It's really old
How much are the english bridles I can't get anyne of them but I would like to know how much please?
One around $10 and another around $20. I don't ride English so I don't know what they're worth. I'll get pictures today.
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