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17" Eng Saddle, Qrtr Sheet, 40" girth, Draw Reins

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    08-01-2008, 02:11 PM
  #1
Foal
17" Eng Saddle, Qrtr Sheet, 40" girth, Draw Reins

Prices do not include shipping. Can only ship to US. (Sorry!) Just tell me your zip code & what you're interested in and I can let you know what it will be.

17" Crosby Saddle. $300 obo














40" Leather girth w/ elastic on one side. Not sure of brand. $10 obo






Leather w/ elastic girth extender. SOLD!!


Horse sized AP Saddle Pad. Crazy Legs Brand. Blue w/ metallic stars. Retails for $42.99. One of the girth straps is ripped halfway off - could easily be sewn back on. $15










Large Quarter Sheet. Purple with pink piping. Very cute! I wish it was pony sized! $25






Full Size Shipping Boots. EOUS brand. Never used. SOLD!


Horse sized Draw Reins. $15 obo

     
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    08-07-2008, 10:20 PM
  #2
Yearling
Woah, I didn't realize how close you lived to me. I was looking at this ad earlier, and saw the quarter sheet. I just came across your ad on craigslist and was like I definitely just saw that somewhere. Haha. (I'm right by Annapolis) Small World.
     
    08-07-2008, 11:33 PM
  #3
Weanling
This is totally off topic, but where did you get that saddle stand?
It's adorable!
I wish I needed something you are selling.
I was going to get a blue saddle pad, but I ended up going with lime green.
     
    08-08-2008, 09:32 AM
  #4
Foal
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Originally Posted by amightytarzan5
This is totally off topic, but where did you get that saddle stand?
It's adorable!
I wish I needed something you are selling.
I was going to get a blue saddle pad, but I ended up going with lime green.
I got it from Maryland Tack, but I know other places sell them too. Their website doesn't have them on there, but if you email them they could probably tell you if they still carry them.

Also, the saddle pad is from Crazy legs. They're way expensive, but they're cool. :) They probably have some lime green ones, too.
     
    10-15-2008, 05:57 PM
  #5
Yearling
I NEED YOUR SHEET, SADDLE PAD AND DRAWREINS!!!!! ASAP

PLEASE EMAIL ME

TRISHABENITEZ@YAHOO.COM
     

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