1- Hunter green horse sized halter and lead. $7
2- NEW WITH TAGS ATTACHED draft horse show halter and chain. Paid $45. Asking $35.
3- Teal small horse sized halter and lead. $8
4- Hunter green and silver draft horse mane roll. New in packaging. Paid $16.95. Asking $10.
5- Hunter green and silver draft tail bow. New in packaging. Paid $10. Asking $5
6- Hunter green and silver draft mane pins/bows still in the package. Paid $16.95. Asking $10.
7- Weaver horse sized browband basket weave headstall. $12
8- lime green/black hair snood. New. $5
9- nylon double chain curb strap. Free with purchase of bit- just tell me you want it.
10- "O" ring horse snaffle $5
11- "O" ring small horse/pony snaffle $4
12- lightly used purple lead with bull snap. $8
13- Hunter green/tan gaming whip/quirt. New, but I removed the tags. Paid $29. Asking $15
14- "D" ring snaffle bit $5
15- Eggbutt snaffle bit $6
16- Circle Y curb strap. $1.00 or free with bit purchase.
17- Leather loop rein/roping rein/gaming rein. It came with my show bridle, but I don't use loop reins in showing. $12
18- Davis brand black rubber bell boots- Medium. $5
19- walnut/medium oil browband headstall with conchos- horse size $10
20- unknown brand rubber black bell boots- M? $3.
21- Weaver brand hunter green/tan/black gaming/roping rein. Great shape. Asking $10
22- Leather, rawhide and nylon hunter green tiedown. Barely used. $15
Near new hunter green show slinky. It looks black in the photo, but it is hunter green. Ladies size L with crystals around the collar. 1849 Authentic Ranchwear brand. $10
Older 16inch western saddle. I kept this around for hubby to use in the event that he wanted to ride (very rare). We've used it twice in a year, so I'm selling it. It comes with the cinch, cinch strap and off billet. Good old work saddle or decoration. $125 obo.
Amish made horse harness- this is a barely used Amish horse harness. It is a single horse harness- breastcollar style. It is black and real leather. I purchased it new at the Waverly, Iowa draft horse sale this spring. It was on my horse 3 times, but never hooked to a cart/carriage. It was made by a somewhat famous amish man named John Beachy. I have his card and will include it in case it needs any repairs in the future. This is a nice well made harness. This is not a cheapy harness! It is made to last. You don't find any like these online. The tag said quarter horse/half breed size. It fit my 15 hand 1300# draft cross gelding perfectly, but it is very adjustable. Paid $700ish for it. Sacraficing at $600 or best offer. Willing to ship it!
And now the cherry of the pie! This is a fully restored antique horse sized road cart. I bought it last summer, and it has been a labor of love restoring it. This cart is very solid, perfectly balanced and has been well cared for. I stripped it down to the bare wood, sanded it, sealed it and it has a new coat of black glossy paint. It has a new seat and a whip holder. This is a gorgeous cart perfect for showing, or a drive down the road. I'm only selling it because I sold my draft cross, and I don't think my paint mare would like driving. Asking $750 obo.