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post #1 of 19 Old 09-11-2010, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Mostly English stuff 2 western bits

I have decided not to ride English anymore so it's time to find this stuff someone who will use it.

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This is a 16.5? inch All Purpose English Saddle. It is brown and textured. I bought it five months ago. It was only used once when I got it and did not fit the lady's horse. It does not come with a girth and the stirrup leathers are black. I have NO clue what brand this saddle is. It's very comfie. I paid $125 for it 5 months ago and I will take $80 or best offer. Buyer pays shipping. I keep it nice shape and wipe it off after every use. The stirrups and rubbers were bought new at the same time as the saddle.








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This is a 46 inch english girth. It is 2 months old. It is brown. I forgot the brand of it..... I believe it has stretch buckles? I try to keep it as nice as possible. I bought this for $45 in the package. I want $20. Buyer pays shipping.




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Used Dressage saddle. 17 or 18 inch. Bought it when I was going through a phase but can't afford lessons so only ended up using it once. It is comfy. No brand, no stirrups, no stirrup leathers. I paid $100 for it. Will take $40. Buyer pays shipping. It needs cleaned.






#4

49 inch (I believe) string girth. Needs washed. Bought it for $30 four months ago. Will sell for $15. Buyer pays shipping. Nice.



#5

Hackamore. Got this with a lot of other stuff. There was a tag on it that said $20 but I peeled it off to see what the price under it was. I never used it. $8 Buyer pays shipping.



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Lunge Cavesson. Brown. Barely used by me. It has a little bit of rust on the rings that were there when I got it. I paid $20 for it. Will let it go for $10. Buyer pays shipping. I try to keep it nice.



#7

I should have measured this I guess. It is a rust color but needs some cleaning. I like the pattern on the side so I bought it. But I have no idea how to get it clean and I really don't like how narrow it is. $5 plus shipping.

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post #2 of 19 Old 09-11-2010, 10:07 PM
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I am very, very interested in the dressage saddle, can you give me more info on it? Is it leather ?
What size tree is it? I am looking for a schooling dressage saddle for sometime now. Thanks so much , feel free to message me.

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post #3 of 19 Old 09-11-2010, 10:13 PM
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How much would it be to ship a English saddle? I'm awfully tempted...I'd just have to measure my horse to see if it'd fit first though. Zip code is 64772.

Might also be interested in the lunging halter...

Wait! I'll fix it....
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post #4 of 19 Old 09-11-2010, 11:20 PM Thread Starter
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Red Henry: I believe it is leather but couldn't tell you for sure.

Here it is on a two year old filly who fit a semi-quarter bars western saddle. I thought I took a picture of the front of that saddle today but I guess I didn't. This picture is old.


TwoGeldings:
UPS is calculating it at $19. I estimate the weight at 17 pounds. It says it'll be there by the 15th.
USPS says $15 5 days. If I calculated it wrong and it cost more I'll cover it.
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post #5 of 19 Old 09-11-2010, 11:28 PM
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I will have to check to see if it will fit one of my geldings.
Could you measure the gullet for me?
Also how much would shipping be to PA , I could PM you my zip.
As of right now , I am def. interested. I am going to the barn tomorrow and I can double check the saddles that I have if I have a measurement. thanks

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Will this work?
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Also, could you measure the saddle flaps ? thanks

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How would one measure a saddle flap?
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post #9 of 19 Old 09-12-2010, 12:22 AM
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I sent you a PM : )

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post #10 of 19 Old 09-12-2010, 12:29 AM Thread Starter
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Ok I'll have to get back on everything probably on Monday. I have a family reunion tomorrow. Talk to you then : )
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