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    Default For you sidesaddle nuts...........




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    I WANT THAT!!! (mouth watering going on over here!)..but my guess is that she (rightfully) wants about $1500.00 for it. I purchased my C & W for less than half of that.

    I saw that the day she posted it..



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    Tempting....
    People are crazy and times are strange.
    I used to care but, things have changed.



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    She's reduced the price and NEEDS to move it !



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    Quote Originally Posted by Equibrit View Post
    She's reduced the price and NEEDS to move it !
    Okay - are you the broker??....ha hahhaha...

    Smart Alex - that IS "THE Sidesaddle" for Park Horse riding...



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    Martin and martins were 'usualy' park saddles not reinforced for jumping. (she is wearing a helmet so this one might be one of the few)
    If the buyer intends to jump it would be a good idea to ask first about the tree.

    Sadlemakr would probably know better than I.



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    Quote Originally Posted by equusvilla View Post
    Smart Alex - that IS "THE Sidesaddle" for Park Horse riding...
    I know, but I've got really long legs, and I'm afraid the 21" isn't going to be long enough. I measured myself at 22".
    People are crazy and times are strange.
    I used to care but, things have changed.



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    SmartAlex...will you be jumping your saddlebred aside...(on purpose I mean!!!)???



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    Some of you guys "reall" "REALLY" fox hunt in a side saddle? Wow I feel faint just to think about it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by equusvilla View Post
    SmartAlex...will you be jumping your saddlebred aside...(on purpose I mean!!!)???
    No, he doesn't seem to enjoy jumping anything more than a small fallen tree trunk.
    People are crazy and times are strange.
    I used to care but, things have changed.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloria View Post
    Some of you guys "reall" "REALLY" fox hunt in a side saddle? Wow I feel faint just to think about it.
    Yeah - these ladies are absolutely magnificent. They jump, whip-in, and look elegant and gorgeous while they do it.

    Sigh.....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloria View Post
    Some of you guys "reall" "REALLY" fox hunt in a side saddle? Wow I feel faint just to think about it.
    Nah - it's really comfortable and secure. You just have to build up a different set of muscles.
    http://www.tbhsa.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyGiantPony View Post
    Nah - it's really comfortable and secure. You just have to build up a different set of muscles.
    AMEN TO THAT!!!



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    I hunt in my M&M But it doesn't look like this one....is it flocked right???) and show dressage in my C&W.
    I.D.E.A. yoda



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    Quote Originally Posted by MyGiantPony View Post
    You just have to build up a different set of muscles.
    Do you ever! LOL

    Once you get the hang of it (ok I'm still working on that part LOL) it's feels pretty secure suprisingly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ideayoda View Post
    I hunt in my M&M But it doesn't look like this one....is it flocked right???) and show dressage in my C&W.
    Pictures..pictures..PLEASE post some!



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    I always think riding side saddles look so ummm what is the word, sexy? Or so darn.. ummmm female? One of my friends ride side saddle. I think I'm going to bug her into letting me try on her trusty pony



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloria View Post
    I always think riding side saddles look so ummm what is the word, sexy? Or so darn.. ummmm female? One of my friends ride side saddle. I think I'm going to bug her into letting me try on her trusty pony
    You should try it ..if for nothing else - just to be able to say that you did!

    I did not think it was that big of a deal to dismount by myself when I was wearing either my riding pants or even with a shorter practice 'skirt' until once when I felt every single bone in my feet vibrate! OUCH!! That shorter (jockey) stirrup plus the higher saddle really makes the landing a bit rough on the leg bones. ...but when I am in full costume...I always tell my instructor to find a really good looking man to help me get off. hee hee... I am not sure which one of us has more fun with that! ...and I have never found a man who was not thrilled to be picked.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ideayoda View Post
    I hunt in my M&M But it doesn't look like this one....is it flocked right???) and show dressage in my C&W.
    Awwww....I want a separate dressage sidesaddle now!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Brigit View Post
    Do you ever! LOL

    Once you get the hang of it (ok I'm still working on that part LOL) it's feels pretty secure suprisingly!
    I read your blog... I am glad you are enjoying the A&B!
    Cherry Blossom Farm - Show & Field Hunters, Side Saddles



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