Your last bought tack

Discussion in 'Tack & Equipment' started by Aishi, Jun 15, 2013.

  1. DocsLglyBlonde

    DocsLglyBlonde Senior Member

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    hamerface Senior Member

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    Seems legit.

    Brown saddles are the bomb.
     
  3. Rhythm 'n Blues

    Rhythm 'n Blues Senior Member

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    Yes, yes they are :love:
     
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    This thread makes me admit to all the stuff I buy that I don't need per say, but dang I sure wannit! Since hubby is picking up my saddle across the border on his next clinic visit (one year anniversary of double lung transplant), he can also pick up a small package containing a silver number bar holder, hehe.
     
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    txgray Senior Member

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    Last time I projected my desires onto this thread it worked out pretty well, so if anyone sees really good sales on a pair of white Horze Grand Prix full seat silicone breeches in a size 30, or a brown matte One K in size large, let me know! I can get the breeches from RW for $93 and the helmet from Victory Canter for $183, so... anything cheaper than that.
     
  7. barrel_racer64

    barrel_racer64 Senior Member

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    I picked up a pair of Tory Leather waxed nylon or cotton reins like @mooselady is riding in for $10 shipped. Getting them here was a nightmare and took 3+ weeks, but they were well worth the wait! My dad has a pair I rode in not to long ago and I decided I did actually like the suckers so I *had* to have a pair of my own.:rolleyes: keep in mind 1 horse actually broke to ride (1 that got a stone bruise and tweaked her shoulder so I haven't started her under saddle quite yet) and 25+ complete headstall sets... Do we have a tack anonymous group on here??:help::help: :rofl:
     
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    mooselady Senior Member

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    barrel_racer64 Senior Member

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    I know, and these ones are still pretty soft and flexible, so the feel even better than my dad's. I thought it was a great deal too! They have a nice weight to the ends and just feel good in the hand. I still like leather the best, but these are definitely going to be nice to ride in.
     
  10. kb1gra

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    Wait, are you joining the brown boots and helmet cadre? (We have cookies)
     
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