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back riser pad, running martingale, rubber boots, schooling chaps

This is a discussion on back riser pad, running martingale, rubber boots, schooling chaps within the Tack and Equipment Classifieds forums, part of the Horse Tack category
  • Rubber boots for schooling
  • Running martingales yes or no?

 
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    03-24-2011, 01:31 PM
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Weanling
back riser pad, running martingale, rubber boots, schooling chaps

If you would like to know about shipping please send me a message. I will send items Parcel Post with delivery confirmation unless you let me know that you need/want something quickly.

Toklat Foam Cushion (back riser pad) $20

I used it with my old saddle but now don't need it with my new M. Toulouse. I believe this is a size M. Product info: Toklat - Horse Tack - Saddle Pads - Horse Riding Apparel - Saddle Pads - English Therapeutic





Running martingale, leather $15
I'm not sure what brand this is. I bought it used from a friend but decided to get a breastplate with a running martingale attachment instead. It's a dark chocolate brown color.



Cadette rubber tall boots, US size 7, $15
I will clean these before shipping them; I just didn't have a way to clean them at the office which is where I took all these pictures. The only thing "wrong" with them is that white mark which seems to be paint. I have no idea how that got on there. Think spring, think mud!





Ladies' suede schooling chaps by Barnstable Riding, size S, $45
These belonged to my boss's daughter back when she used to take lessons. She wore them only a few times before she quit taking lessons. The bottom cuffs have a little bit of mud on them and other than that they are in great shape. Tag on the inside of the leg says 22" thigh. Sizing information here: Barnstable Riding: Chaps, Girths, Stirrup Leathers, Equestrian Equipment





Horse and rider music box, $15
Wind-up music box plays the well-known beginning measures of Beethoven's Fur Elise. Stands about 8" tall.



     
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    03-24-2011, 01:44 PM
  #2
Weanling
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    03-29-2011, 02:17 PM
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Weanling
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