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post #1 of 6 Old 01-03-2012, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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More stuff added, more coming... (part 2)

2 Pairs of Equus Eventa reins. Slightly textured rubber over nylon (instead of leather) to give you an even, closer, less bulky grip. Sewn on leather fronts. Used well, but lots of life still in them! Made in England. One is havana with buckle ends, 3/4" thick and 60" long. One is havana with hook ends, 3/4" thick and 55" long. Retail for $100. Asking $35 each.




Pair of leather german martingale reins. Easy snaps to attach to bit for a quick change and nice sized metal loops to attach german martingale to. These are just the reins, not the whole martingale. Need to be oiled but in great shape. $15.




2 pairs of rubber grip reins. Both are havana with hook ends. One pair look like they haven't been used much but are not high quality. The other pair is very used and better quality leather but needs ALOT of conditioning. Both are schooling quality. $10 each.




Pair of leather raised laced reins with fancy stitching. Supple leather but older and good for schooling. One of the hook end keepers is broken, but they are still very usable. $20.




3 pairs of plain leather laced reins. All are older and need conditioning. Great for schooling or lessons. $10 each.




2 pairs of plain leather laced reins. Both need slight repair. One needs repair to the hook end keeper, is older and quite stiff. The other is butter-soft leather but the stitching has come loose in the middle. Both would work for schooling or lessons. $5 each.




2 half pairs of reins. Both are plain laced leather. Both are the non-buckle halves. $1 for both.




2 Vintage English plain wide nosebands. With some leather conditioner, will be nice for schooling. Horse size. $5 each.




2 Vintage plain raised english nosebands. One is full size and has nice supple leather but needs oil. One is cob size and is in bad shape. Full size is $3, cob size is $1.




Dressage crank noseband with white padding. Does NOT come with leather strap that goes under horses jowl. Padding is in bad shape, leather is nice and supple. Probably a large cob/small horse size. $3.




Mis-matched cheek pieces. All are usable but not pretty. Made with decent leather, but older. One needs repair on one of the keepers. I found 2 more that are not pictured. $1 each or all for $5.




3 leather crownpieces with repair needed to the buckles for throatlatch. Leather is all fine but older, with some conditioning, could be great! Look to all be cob size. $1 each.




Older leather crownpiece that comes with cheek pieces. It is in fair shape. I personally wouldn't use anything but the cheek pieces. Looks to be cob/large pony size. $1.




Black leather bradoon strap. Looks to be cob/small horse size. Ok quality. Good for schooling or maybe entry level shows. $3.



Leather adjustable breastplate. Plain raised. Ok quality. In good shape other than being stiff from lack of use. Dark brown. Marked cob size. $20.




Leather adjustable breastplate. Plain flat medium brown (chestnut?) with standing attachment. Decent leather that will get very supple with some elbow grease. No size marked, would guess Full/Horse size. A little bigger than the cob sized one, so not for a big horse. $20.




Braided leather decorative lasso that came with my old Circle Y saddle. Seems to be in decent shape. Comes with a leather strap to hold it together, that has Alpaca Mexico silver/silver plate? I have no clue what to ask for this. How about $15?



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I'm interested in the second breastplate. Is it likely that it'll get darker if I neatsfoot oil it? Or is it probably as dark as it'll get?
What do the buckles/straps looks like on it? Are they all crackly and scary looking or do they still look pretty useable?

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looking for browbands - have any?
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post #4 of 6 Old 01-05-2012, 10:32 AM Thread Starter
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Wallaby, the buckles are all in great shape. The breastplate is actually very nice for a no-name. It will get really supple with consistent use and cleaning. The leather will most likely get a bit darker, but probably not havana/dark brown. The biggest flaw is the standing attachment. Some of the color has been scraped in places. I actually think it may not be from that breastplate, but the color was very similar, so I threw it on.
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fadedoak, I sold them all a year or two ago. I may a few lying around though. What are you specifically looking for?
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MOST PRICES HAVE BEEN LOWERED. GO TO www.freewebs.com/matlockfarmsales for updated prices and pictures
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