Hi all, trainer has a pair of very small and blunt spurs which are great for my daughter. Unfortunately trainer's daughter needs them on her pony and I'd love to find a pair of my own. Any idea on what these may be called and where to find them? they are much smaller than standard POW spurs, barely anything there but a vertical ridge on the back where the shank would be.
saw those, that's not quite it, probably not enough for her. They have a tiny little vertical ridge...just enough to do something, but very good for beginners. I think I'm just going to get the rounded tom thumb unless someone finds something else interesting. I've tried justforponies.com; beval; smartpak; dover etc.
Is this "little vertical ridge" on the very back of the spur or offset toward the inner edge?
Because if the nub is on the very back I think it will only teach her to turn her entire leg out at a 90 degree angle in order to use her leg. I personally have a hate on for mini spurs for this reason but ymmv.
I have a pair of what you're looking for used them for Side Saddle back in the day... I think they are those Tom Thumb spurs... or they might be these from Dover the link below might be what you're after.