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    Liz Hall at Three Bay Farms does "day leases" on...

    Liz Hall at Three Bay Farms does "day leases" on some of her clients' horses. She has a number of clients that commute down to the barn (the Horse Park at Woodside) from the city.

    Bay Area...
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    Lightstar and Terry Konkle, hands down. Best...

    Lightstar and Terry Konkle, hands down. Best horsemen who are also shippers - we've used them to take horses to Montana and back, they are fantastic
  3. Pheobs, if that's what you're looking for, Sharon...

    Pheobs, if that's what you're looking for, Sharon Oaks doesn't have that. They have a couple boarders who dabble in eventing, but no serious/showing eventers (some maybe go to 1-2 CTs/unrec'd HTs a...
  4. Equiventure is beautiful, lots of riding space...

    Equiventure is beautiful, lots of riding space and onsite trainers. A little pricey for the area though. Never heard of Chapel Hill Equestrian.

    I would recommend you look at Sharon Oaks Stables...
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    Oh I see what you mean! I think the two examples...

    Oh I see what you mean! I think the two examples that you posted are different models of the Revere Monoflap, and looking back at the Revere facebook page, mine is not the only one with the blocks...
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    Scubed and jn4jenny (and everyone who has posted...

    Scubed and jn4jenny (and everyone who has posted on this thread) - you all have been so helpful! Thank you so much for your advice! Fingers crossed it sells soon :)
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    Thanks again all for your advice! I'll list it on...

    Thanks again all for your advice! I'll list it on SHN and Tack Trader now :)



    I don't mind the question! Not a custom feature, totally standard flap configuration, I wonder if it looks odd...
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    Thanks so much all! It is 2 years old, but was...

    Thanks so much all! It is 2 years old, but was only used for about a year, less than 3 rides a week, and really well taken care of, so it honestly hardly looks broken in. I'm not expecting to get a...
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    It is made by Revere Saddlery, which is a...

    It is made by Revere Saddlery, which is a California company - the sons of the owner of JRD began Revere. So it is somewhat known in California but not in other places.

    Thanks for the suggestions!
  10. Thanks so much for the recommendations!! I'll...

    Thanks so much for the recommendations!! I'll check them all out! :)
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    Selling a "new/unusual" brand monoflap?

    I am looking to sell (quickly!) my new/unusual brand monoflap saddle. What are your recommendations for sites/facebook groups? It is a high-end saddle, retails for $4200+new, comparable to the french...
  12. Looking for Hunt Horses to Lease for 1 Day in Northern Virginia

    I'm looking to take a group of 10-14 riders (from hilltoppers through those capable of 1st flight) foxhunting for one weekend day in late January in Northern Virginia - any leads on barns/groups I...
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    I had a Havanese growing up, a super sweet dog...

    I had a Havanese growing up, a super sweet dog with people, but could be a little "aggressive" (I put that in quotations because she would never hurt another dog, but was loud around other dogs). She...
  14. Thread: Beval Artisan?

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    Thank you both - I was always a little confused...

    Thank you both - I was always a little confused about the relationship between Beval and Butet! I do want to squeak in on the Beval Artisan before the sale ends if I go that route, but I think the...
  15. Thread: Beval Artisan?

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    Thanks for the info, that's really helpful! I am...

    Thanks for the info, that's really helpful! I am pretty tall, so might need to go for a long/forward flap, but the Circuits are a lot more affordable.
  16. Thread: Beval Artisan?

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    Beval Artisan?

    Considering getting a Beval Artisan, I tried to search but didn't find much. What do people think of them? How to they compare to the Butet? And how do the seats run - do they run big like the Butet...
  17. Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land...

    Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land...
  18. I've had a tailor patch underneath (on the skin...

    I've had a tailor patch underneath (on the skin side) of the holes, a large square patch that then allowed the hole to be sewn closed with minimal aesthetic changes. The square patch was only...
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    Lightstar Transport, hands down. Great guys who...

    Lightstar Transport, hands down. Great guys who are HORSEMEN first, drivers second, with custom built rigs made after the owner participated in a study with UC Davis to see how horses best traveled....
  20. I highly recommend Crescent Farm in Hillsborough...

    I highly recommend Crescent Farm in Hillsborough - Diane is a great barn manager and dressage instructor herself, but outside instructors are allowed. Quiet barn with maybe 30 horses, some in stalls...
  21. Come join our equestrian team :) We try to...

    Come join our equestrian team :) We try to find/post extra riding opportunities on our email listserv, and have a number of riders who have found horses to exercise, and would be willing to help you...
  22. We call our horses "pants" too! Except they're...

    We call our horses "pants" too! Except they're called pants when we clip them for the winter - we leave the legs, and clip the body and neck, hence we "leave their pants on" :) Sometimes we amend...
  23. Thank you all so much for your insights! Some...

    Thank you all so much for your insights! Some great advice for inexperienced travelers too :)

    It's a consulting position, depending on which firm hires me, it would be between 40-75% travel, not...
  24. People who travel often for work - what's it like?

    I'm looking into a field that would require me to travel quite a bit for work, both within the state, and within the US, with the possibility of some international travel. For those who travel often...
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    I'm not a fan of that myself ;) But not my horse,...

    I'm not a fan of that myself ;) But not my horse, and the owners don't want to spend any more money after buying him with a $$$ price tag and having a number of vet visits already.

    I wouldn't have...
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