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post #1 of 8 Old 01-22-2012, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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WTB: Cheapy plain irons

I'm looking for a pair of cheap irons, I found a pair on horseloverz for 10.95, but they wanted 9.35 S&H! I would prefer 4.75" but 5" would work ok also.

The cheaper the better, just needed for schooling. Thanks!
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post #2 of 8 Old 01-22-2012, 07:55 PM
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Hey did you ever get my PM?

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post #3 of 8 Old 01-22-2012, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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Hey did you ever get my PM?
haha, I just looked and sure enough there it is. Sorry, I guess I should pay more attention to that thing
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post #4 of 8 Old 01-22-2012, 11:36 PM
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English Stirrup Irons do weigh around 3 pounds so that adds to the shipping cost for sure!

I only have new 5" Korsteel stainless fillis irons which are a little more than you probably want to spend ($25 - would include shipping for you) but if you don't find any elsewhere - something to consider.
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English Stirrup Irons do weigh around 3 pounds so that adds to the shipping cost for sure!

I only have new 5" Korsteel stainless fillis irons which are a little more than you probably want to spend ($25 - would include shipping for you) but if you don't find any elsewhere - something to consider.
Thanks, horseloverz is a rip off when it comes to shipping tho, I bought a pair of tall boots and they charged $23 to ship them when it only actually cost them 9(I ask the guy at the post office).
I replied to the thread in the PM you sent me, hopefully she still has them . I don't really need irons but I have a pair of offset eye irons and despite their claim of helping knee pain, they make it worse lol and my old irons are on my other saddle.
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Are there any horse/horse tack auctions near you? Usually they start with used tack, then new tack, then the animals. You have to look through what's available but you could get irons, maybe attached to rotten leathers, for a $song. Just FYI. I gather this is just for pleasure riding, not showing.
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Are there any horse/horse tack auctions near you? Usually they start with used tack, then new tack, then the animals. You have to look through what's available but you could get irons, maybe attached to rotten leathers, for a $song. Just FYI. I gather this is just for pleasure riding, not showing.
unfortunately, I'd have to travel down to New Holland for any kind of auction and that is 2 hours away.

I don't show, so they are just for everyday riding Just wondering, if I were to show would it matter if I had plain cheapy irons?

RockHorseRanch, I replied to that post and haven't heard back yet I hope they haven't been sold.
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I have some that you could have for free, except it'd be difficult getting them shipped :\

It doesn't matter if you have cheapy irons in a show.

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