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    03-24-2011, 02:07 PM
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Weanling
Aussie saddle, no horn, with girth

Another of the barn owner's saddles. You get the saddle and the girth. One of the stirrup leathers has come off (the leather is torn) and is not pictured, but you will get them both. I would suggest something like this to replace the stirrup leathers and then you can use the existing stirrups: Tack Wholesale.com : Quality Horse Tack & Horse Supplies : 2" Wide Stirrup Leathers - Aussie Saddle [25-1606]
The saddle does not have a horn but it does have the polleys.

I can't remember how to measure the seat size of an Aussie, but I'm happy to take measurements for anyone who asks. Shipping will be via Parcel Post with delivery confirmation unless you ask for something else. Payment is accepted through PayPal. $175






     
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    03-29-2011, 02:12 PM
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Weanling
Money made from the sale of this saddle will go toward building a cross-country course!
     

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