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post #11 of 18 Old 01-02-2013, 06:50 PM
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I'm not really looking to add to my collection, but what do you have?
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I'm not really looking to add to my collection, but what do you have?
I have everything in a thread on here

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post #13 of 18 Old 01-03-2013, 07:07 PM
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I have everything in a thread on here
I looked yesterday but I didn't see it, but I found it now lol. What brand are the dressage leathers and what length? Can you show a pic of the broken part on the black bridle and what brand is the half pad, and is it fleece, sheepskin, wool or something else?
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I looked yesterday but I didn't see it, but I found it now lol. What brand are the dressage leathers and what length? Can you show a pic of the broken part on the black bridle and what brand is the half pad, and is it fleece, sheepskin, wool or something else?
The dressage leathers are no brand but are safe and nice. Xtra long. I will get a pic of the broken part and the half pad is pending sale

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The dressage leathers are no brand but are safe and nice. Xtra long. I will get a pic of the broken part and the half pad is pending sale
I'm short so I don't the leathers will work for me, for my CC saddle I had to get 48" leathers lol. Do you still have the rubber covered stall chain? I think this just may solve my problem of piggy horse getting into the chicken coop
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WANTED: Bridle and Breast Collar to match this saddle. Trades preferred.
have that same saddle pad!!!
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I'm short so I don't the leathers will work for me, for my CC saddle I had to get 48" leathers lol. Do you still have the rubber covered stall chain? I think this just may solve my problem of piggy horse getting into the chicken coop
Yes i do!

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post #18 of 18 Old 01-15-2013, 08:56 PM Thread Starter
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Bump! Still looking for headstall and reins

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