ISO: girths, felt pad, 56+reins

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ISO: girths, felt pad, 56+reins

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    11-26-2013, 09:39 PM
ISO: girths, felt pad, 56+reins

Hey folks!

I am on the hunt for a couple of things, for both western and hunter tack.


Felt saddle pad- no fleece underside please. Think Diamond Wool or 5 Star types

Hunt Seat
Oversize reins, preferably leather or web. I need at least 56, but 60 would be so much better. At least two pairs- a curb rein would be nice as well.

I can always use more bits. My guy likes a solid mouth with a movable sweptback shank. He loves waterfords too. I have yet to find a good snaffle that he likes, it's either solid or completely jointed for him. Let me know if you've got something you think might be interesting.
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    11-27-2013, 01:45 AM
I have some nice english reins. If you are still interested I can measure them out at the barn tomorrow. :)
    11-28-2013, 12:07 AM
    11-30-2013, 01:01 PM
I haves couple. Laced ok? What was the price range you were looking at?

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