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post #1 of 9 Old 09-24-2011, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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English bridles, leather halter, scull cap

I have a few items for sale, as I have a bad habit of buying stuff for hypothetical horses. Lol..! Please feel free to make me offers.. also, I have a list of items I'd be interested in trading.. see bottom of post.

Full/"QH" size snaffle bridle with reins. Newmarket in color. Kincaide brand, but the leather quality is surprisingly nice! BRAND NEW. I bought it for a future horse, that I still have not bought (lol) so I have no used it. It has been regularly cleaned and oiled just like my other tack though, so it is getting reallly supple. $30





Nunn Finer Figure 8 Havanna colored bridle with reins. Size is cob, but this thing is VERY adjustable. I've had it on my little arab's head and on an average TB head. I don't think it would fit a huge WB head, though. I got this on a trade. I don't HAVE to sell it, but I don't have a horse I need it for, either. Almost new, no scuff or rips, anything like that. Absolutely show quality, SOFT leather.. LOVE this thing! $100 (Retails around $200)






Leather horse size halter. Has a nameplate that can be removed and yours can be put in its place. Once again, bought this because I'll eventually be getting a horse, but still haven't. The leather is older, but is suppling up nicely since I have been caring for it. $20




And, this scull cap. A little too big for my head. International brand, size "large". $30


****AS FOR TRADES*****
I am looking for these items. I am willing to trade, combine items to trade, and partial trade.
-Brown leathers
-NICE irons
-42" or SMALLER brown girth
-sz 8.5 or 9 zip field boots
-sz 8.5 or 9 dress boots
-Eventing vest, size small or medium depending on brand
-Helmets, sz 7 1/8 or equivalent
-White sz 24-26 full seat breeches
-Breastplates/breastgirths

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If only I weren't broke and that halter were cob sized! :)

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Do you still have the leather halter?

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Kincaid bridle is sold!!

Wallaby: I know right?? Darn those arab heads!!
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Figure 8 sold :)

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I love the leather halter and have a horse named Reuben! If you take paypal I will buy it :)
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Haha it's fate ;)

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