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post #1 of 5 Old 07-08-2013, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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16" Saddle, Snaffle bits and Halters

I'm looking to fund raise for trip to Texas from michigan!
So here's what I have to sell. Prices don't include shipping, but prices are negotiable.

I have an older All Purpose Regent saddle, Havana brown. I believe it's 16". It has no knee rolls, but it's in good condition. Would make a good schooling or training saddle. Looking to sell it for $200 obo. Package includes leathers, irons, and two girths (one is black and 42" very rough, the other is around 52" and matches, in much better condition).

Also selling:
5" Euro Steel Brass Medium Weight Flat Eggbutt Bit
Brand new, never been on a horse, but out of packaging. $35.00, make an offer!
Baby pink AP saddle pad, rough condition, $5.00
Pink and silver browband (with ribbon) $10.00
5" Full cheek happy mouth snaffle $10
5 (possibly 5 1/4") Ring snaffle bit $15
I also have a few winter blankets that no longer fit the horses I have. They all have some small tears, but nothing that is beyond repair. I'd be willing to take $25-40 for each of them. (The rougher ones are cheaper). If you're interested in any just ask. I'll get pictures and sizes soon!
I also have a lime green yearling halter in great condition, just outgrown. $15
I also have a black foal size halter in great condition $10
Dark Green Horse Size Rope Halter $15 (Not stiff, but is effective and very nice)

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post #2 of 5 Old 07-12-2013, 08:56 AM
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Is the 5" full cheek snaffle still available?
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post #3 of 5 Old 07-12-2013, 03:04 PM Thread Starter
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Is the 5" full cheek snaffle still available?
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It sure is! Any other questions about it or pictures you'd like to see? And if you give me your zip I can figure out shipping.
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How much is shipping to 12054?
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post #5 of 5 Old 07-12-2013, 08:12 PM Thread Starter
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It looks like if I can put it in a flat rate envelope, about 5 or 6 dollars..but I want to go and make sure before I let you know!
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