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  1. #1
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    Default What did Santa Bring YOU?

    Merry Christmas fellow COTHers!!

    My gift hasnt arrived yet!! One Linaro, two Limoncello II babies soon, and Santa will indeed have been awesome!

    Have a great day all!!
    May the sun shine on you daily, and your worries be gone with the wind.
    www.mmceventing.com


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    Santa gave me mirrors for the short side of my indoor!!! Yay!!! Will post pics when they are up in the new year.


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    Well Santa hasn't brought everything yet but Pony got a lovely halter with his name on it and I know he is getting a blanket from his grandma. I got some lovely farm gear from the boss. Apparently there are a few more things coming back from PA with the boss and who knows what I'll get when I go home



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    I got my first Christmas pony!! An Andalusian colt!
    Santa was good to me!
    Quote Originally Posted by Nickelodian View Post
    We jump horses. Over sticks. For fun.
    Never take life too seriously. Nobody makes it out alive anyway.
    Regulus RDL


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    We aren't doing gifts until tomorrow morning as other family doesn't get in until late tonight. No horse stuff for me this year that I'm aware of though unless I get a gift certificate to smartpak or something. My mother is getting me a Google tablet and I got a Barnes&N oble gift card from my sister in law. I did get official saddle is sold email last night, so I guess that counts lol! Will be on my own new used saddle search soon.



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    Yay! A pair of those Ariat knockoffs of the even more expensive Dubarry boots.



  7. #7
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    A new and improved faucet for my tackroom sink. Just what I wanted!

    And my present to myself just might be a custom (Heritage UK) dressage saddle.
    Click here before you buy.


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  8. #8
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    Santa dropped off a new jumping saddle two months ago, so we've been enjoying that early. He also brought the horse new XC boots for next season. She also got a 5lb bag of carrots from my SO, and a large assortment of mints/candycanes from both my mother and cousin. My mother not only got her mints, but PUT THEM IN A GIFT BAG! I love my mom!

    Santa also had to make an extra special delivery of a new medium weight blanket after someone tried very hard to get on the Naughty List by pulling half the straps (and thus half the lining) off their old one


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  9. #9
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    Santa dropped me off a new jumping saddle a few months ago as well. Waiting to get the last bit of funds together for my new dressage saddle next. Got a new pair of clogs. And a smartpak gift certificate!



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    I was elated to find out I got Dubarry boots



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    Quote Originally Posted by MorganJumper848 View Post
    I was elated to find out I got Dubarry boots
    I still tell hubby that my Dubarry boots are probably one of the best Christmas gifts I've gotten! I wear mine all the time and they still look great 3 years later.


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    Santa was very kind to us! He gave the grey beast enough money to cover the rest of his Aquapacer sessions at Fair Hill Equine Therapy Center, and a fancy new SmartPak wool cooler (with his name on it!). DH got a new Tipp vest (yay no more pliers needed to zip and unzip!) and a helmet cam. I woke up to an amazing new canon camera, to capture the boys in action! We are also being treated to (or tortured with, depending on who you ask) some crazy warm south Louisiana weather, while home is being dusted with snow. Happy Christmas, indeed!
    If it were easy, everybody would do it.

    Equi-Sport Services


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    It was the Year of Outerwear for me. I'm going to be the best dressed person in my barn! Not that that is much of an accomplishment, as the barn is in my backyard and I'm the only person that goes to it. But I'll look so good! Especially with the ratty sweatpants.


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    I.D.E.A. yoda



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    Ipad2. And new dressage jacket from pikuer and best of all the 2 complete DVD collections of Esther Williams movies for those winter days...


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    Santa gave me skinny TBs who felt good enough to gallop across the field to me. Best gift ever
    ** The difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits. -- Albert Einstein **


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    Books, books, and more books! And the promise of a pair of dress boots in the new year that I get to pick out. Very, very happy (and trying to get my reading speed back up to university standard to get through this massive new windfall!)



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    A county jump saddle whenever I find the right one, money for next year's board, new blankets for my horse, and cash for lessons/clinics<--best gift I feel, along with saddle.


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    I got an adorable welsh pony, all fuzzy and brown. Just
    12 hands of round little pony to help me teach the smallest
    of my beginner riders.
    Robin from Dancing Horse Hill
    Elmwood, Wisconsin


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  20. #20
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    I got some gift certificates to 2 different tack shops and a super cute purple t shit that says "gimme more pony"
    Proud former owner of a Wee Dee Trrr
    Proud half-owner of a Picasso Pony



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