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    I posted this on the H/J board but am posting this here for everyone else……

    I got bored and since I have seen a few threads about various custom things I made my own personal list of tack trunks and other custom companies. Anyhow I'm curious to see what others favorite sites are so that maybe we can all build the ultimate horse recourse page. Now all I need to find is nice fly veils. Anyone???? Majority is of tack trunks out there on the market. Enjoy.

    http://www.cedargrovewoodworking.com/trunks.html
    http://www.rollinghillssc.org/zdavekathy.htm
    http://www.premiershowtrunks.com/
    http://www.americanequestrian.net/
    http://www.winonamanufacturing.com/Miscellaneous.shtml
    http://www.horsetacktrunks.com/boxes.htm
    http://www.ninegate.com/ninegate/deerfield.htm
    http://www.windsorwoodworks.com/showtrunk.htm
    http://www.riderswarehouse.com/product1344.html
    http://www.drfowlertacktrunks.com/
    http://www.oakcroft.com/
    http://www.jaredstables.com/gallery.html
    http://www.bralywoodworking.com/
    http://www.cedargrovewoodworking.com/trunks.html
    http://www.tack-n-box.com/pictures.htm
    http://www.sebastiansproducts.com/tack_trunks.htm
    http://www.radoninc.com/appointments.htm
    http://www.geocities.com/thewoodnhorse/
    http://members.aol.com/thesawmill/index.htm
    http://www.stablecraft.com/
    http://www.weatheralltrunks.com
    http://www.horseshowproducts.com/
    http://www.radoninc.com/accessories3.htm
    http://www.stallcurtains.com/
    http://www.welcometocloudnine.com/cl...ALLDRAPES.html
    http://www.theclotheshorse.com/
    http://www.equitex.com/
    http://www.windriverinc.com/
    http://www.triplecrowncustom.com/
    http://www.pphorse.com/
    http://www.integritylinens.com/
    http://www.royalriders.com/
    http://www.delta-s.net/
    http://www.polowraps.com/
    http://www.augustengravers.com/
    http://www.bakerblankets.com/
    http://www.hihorse.junction.net/
    http://www.horseworks.com/index.html
    http://www.blackhorseleather.com
    http://www.classiccover-ups.com/

    my fave tack sites
    http://crosscreektackcom.goemerchant7.com
    www.grandchampiontack.com
    www.runningfox.com
    www.doversaddlery.com
    www.marystack.com
    www.bevals.com
    www.arcolafeed.com they have show shirts that make you druhl
    www.malvernsaddlery.com
    http://www.huntfields.com/
    http://www.equineman.com/
    www.windgatesaddlery.com


    PS I am not responsible if you decide to go wild with your credit card.

    [This message was edited by CTT on Nov. 04, 2003 at 11:02 PM.]
    \"I\'m going to go see a horse about a man\" - Unknown



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    I posted this on the H/J board but am posting this here for everyone else……

    I got bored and since I have seen a few threads about various custom things I made my own personal list of tack trunks and other custom companies. Anyhow I'm curious to see what others favorite sites are so that maybe we can all build the ultimate horse recourse page. Now all I need to find is nice fly veils. Anyone???? Majority is of tack trunks out there on the market. Enjoy.

    http://www.cedargrovewoodworking.com/trunks.html
    http://www.rollinghillssc.org/zdavekathy.htm
    http://www.premiershowtrunks.com/
    http://www.americanequestrian.net/
    http://www.winonamanufacturing.com/Miscellaneous.shtml
    http://www.horsetacktrunks.com/boxes.htm
    http://www.ninegate.com/ninegate/deerfield.htm
    http://www.windsorwoodworks.com/showtrunk.htm
    http://www.riderswarehouse.com/product1344.html
    http://www.drfowlertacktrunks.com/
    http://www.oakcroft.com/
    http://www.jaredstables.com/gallery.html
    http://www.bralywoodworking.com/
    http://www.cedargrovewoodworking.com/trunks.html
    http://www.tack-n-box.com/pictures.htm
    http://www.sebastiansproducts.com/tack_trunks.htm
    http://www.radoninc.com/appointments.htm
    http://www.geocities.com/thewoodnhorse/
    http://members.aol.com/thesawmill/index.htm
    http://www.stablecraft.com/
    http://www.weatheralltrunks.com
    http://www.horseshowproducts.com/
    http://www.radoninc.com/accessories3.htm
    http://www.stallcurtains.com/
    http://www.welcometocloudnine.com/cl...ALLDRAPES.html
    http://www.theclotheshorse.com/
    http://www.equitex.com/
    http://www.windriverinc.com/
    http://www.triplecrowncustom.com/
    http://www.pphorse.com/
    http://www.integritylinens.com/
    http://www.royalriders.com/
    http://www.delta-s.net/
    http://www.polowraps.com/
    http://www.augustengravers.com/
    http://www.bakerblankets.com/
    http://www.hihorse.junction.net/
    http://www.horseworks.com/index.html
    http://www.blackhorseleather.com
    http://www.classiccover-ups.com/

    my fave tack sites
    http://crosscreektackcom.goemerchant7.com
    www.grandchampiontack.com
    www.runningfox.com
    www.doversaddlery.com
    www.marystack.com
    www.bevals.com
    www.arcolafeed.com they have show shirts that make you druhl
    www.malvernsaddlery.com
    http://www.huntfields.com/
    http://www.equineman.com/
    www.windgatesaddlery.com


    PS I am not responsible if you decide to go wild with your credit card.

    [This message was edited by CTT on Nov. 04, 2003 at 11:02 PM.]
    \"I\'m going to go see a horse about a man\" - Unknown



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    wow, great lists!!

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    Save money?????? What is that????? Lol http://chronicleforums.com/groupee_c.../icon_wink.gif
    \"I\'m going to go see a horse about a man\" - Unknown



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    Libertyville Saddle Shop also has great tack trunks, the plasticky ones. you can get them with the padded seats in contrasting colours and with embroidery. I have one I've had for years and love it. they also have other matching tack room accessories.

    www.saddleshop.com



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    Money? What is that? http://chronicleforums.com/groupee_c...on_biggrin.gif I'll go ask my horse...

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    Question for those of you with custom trunks.....I have been wanting for years to get one but putting it off

    (OK no one laugh--I thought I was getting married and didn't want to have the wrong initials on it!!) BUT since that seems to not work out like I planned I want to go ahead and get one. My question is--can you have the customized part changed out later somehow or would you have to order a new trunk>????

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    flshgordon..... why change it at all? Your initials now are a part of you and your past when/if you get married.... why the need to change them? I have a tack trunk from when I was over in Europe competing and it has my soon to be maiden initials on it. I asked my fiancee Michael to change the initials to my soon to be new last name and he said "no!".... he likes the trunk the way it is because it represents who I was at the time I had the trunk and in return he made me a brand new one out of oak with my soon to be new initials.....



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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Prairiebrass:
    flshgordon..... why change it at all? Your initials now are a part of you and your past when/if you get married.... why the need to change them? I have a tack trunk from when I was over in Europe competing and it has my soon to be maiden initials on it. I asked my fiancee Michael to change the initials to my soon to be new last name and he said "no!".... he likes the trunk the way it is because it represents who I was at the time I had the trunk and in return he made me a brand new one out of oak with my soon to be new initials.....<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    wow, he sounds like a keeper! congrats!



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    Most companies can change the initials. We had to get new colors on ours and it took about 2 weeks to get them refinished. The company sands the trunk, restains it and in our case put the new colored vinyl on it.



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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by canada3dayer:
    wow, he sounds like a keeper! congrats!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    ahhhh, that he is! a total keeper! a man who knows how to ride, play polo, muck my stalls, build or fix anything, keeps my horses at home for me and owns his own business in addition to being financially set ..... not to mention the laid back personality, smarter than smarts, affectionate type and HONEST! yep, a keeper! ..... can you tell I am in luuuuuuuuvvv? LOL!



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    \"I\'m going to go see a horse about a man\" - Unknown



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    Bumping this list up! VERY handy! http://chronicleforums.com/groupee_c.../icon_wink.gif

    I've had it saved in my Favourites Link for months now!

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