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I don't live in a very horsey area, so there's maybe 1 small tack/horsey store within driving distance (and when I say small I mean it's literally in a trailer home). I live for vaulting and for part of the year I'm on a vaulting team, but I'd like to be able to practice year-round, so I'm looking to buy my own vaulting surcingle. So far I've only found training surcingles online. Anyone know any ones for vaulting for sale? Links would be appreciated. I don't care how it looks as long as it's safe.
 

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There are several on ebay, also.

Ah... I remember friends doing that. I was absolutely a danger when I gave it a shot. I envy you!
 

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Yeah I've always wondered why vaulting stuff is so darn expensive ... I mean anyone who has horses is used to expensive stuff but vaulting stuff is expensive even for me lol!

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I haven't been on in a few days so I'm just now seeing these responses, but oh my goodness! Thank you all so much for helping me find a surcingle! I know vaulting equipment is expensive, but I'm working and I really meant it when I said I live for vaulting, so I'm willing to pay whatever as long as I'm able to.
 
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