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post #1 of 32 Old 08-10-2009, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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*Chestnut colored bridle and matching reins.The bridle has little gold horses on it.I bought it off a memeber on here a while back.Its "ok" leather,ready to go.I'm selling it because I have enough bridles and haven't needed to use it..its been kept in my closet ever since so great shape.Asking $5



*Used Tom Thumb Bit.Rusty.Both $10



*Red Halter.Large horse sized.Maybe fit a draft? Or draft cross? Bought from a member but its too big.$5



*Black Pony Bridle.Its stiff leather but with conditioning it will be cute.Comes with/without a pony sized western curb.$3



*Black,plain pony bridle.Mini horse size.Its simple but usable.Comes with matching clip on leather roping reins.$3



*Blue nylon breastcollar.Nice condition.I don't use it though.$10



*Used one-ear headstall.Has clips on it for easy bit switching.Also comes with clip-on split reins.The reins almost match eachother.They have different clips on them too.Doesn't affect the usage at all.The ear piece is sliding too.PENDING


*Older D-ring bit,with rust.Not sure of the size at all but its most likely bigger than a 5".$3



Brand New 5" D-ring snaffle,only put in a horses mouth twice.Will clean before shipping.$10




~Classic Contour Saddle Pad.Its white with baby blue trim.Very cute! $10



~Classic Square Saddle Pad..its white with tan trim. $10



~Classic Square saddle pad...its Navy Blue almost black with a dark purple trim. $10




Western Pony Size Tan Saddle Pad.Not used much at all.Has a few holes,but not clear through,they aren't bad at all.This pad is pretty much new besides that.$12



Like new western bridleand reins.Paid $20 for this bridle,and I've used it about a dozen times.I used it on my cob pony but will fit a horse too.Very good leather!A few speckles of rust on silver,but not bad. $15




Brand new 5" Eggbutt snaffle.No use for it. $10



Very old halters,can be useful and handy.One is red and other is black.Red one is yearling size and the other is average horse size. Asking $2 each. or free with another purchase.

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post #2 of 32 Old 08-10-2009, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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Nylon Billet strap,fairly old,but decent and usable...idk...$3 or free with another purchase.



Thats all! :)
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post #3 of 32 Old 08-10-2009, 10:03 PM
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Which of the Classic Square Saddle Pads do you like better? Would both fit a full size horse?


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I pm'd you about one of the bridle sets. :)
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Which of the Classic Square Saddle Pads do you like better? Would both fit a full size horse?
I believe they would fit a full sized horse. I like the purple better,I'm just not a believer for white. I also like squared better than contoured.
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I pm'd you about one of the bridle sets. :)
PMed you back =)
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First bridle and reins are PENDING! :) Thanks!
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pmd you!
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post #9 of 32 Old 08-13-2009, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
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Everyone should have PMs.thank you all! =)
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post #10 of 32 Old 08-13-2009, 01:45 PM
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I am interested in the three snaffles you have. Are they all still available?

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