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  • Pessoa, Wintec, Anthill saddles, leathers, girths, bits, MORE!!!

    FOR SALE:

    18" Pessoa A/O, plain flap, pencil knee blocks, made in France. Flaps measure 15", measured from the stirrup bar then straight down. This saddle one of the older models and is in great condition. I bought it used in 2002 and it has been kept inside and covered when not in use. It is my absolute favorite saddle, but have another that fits my horse better. Horse trumps rider, so my loss is your gain! Photos here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...20saddle%2018/
    Asking $900 or offer.

    17.5" Pessoa A/O, plain flap, no blocks, made in France. Flaps measure 15" (straight down from stirrup bar). This is another older model saddle in great condition. This one is much darker in color and does have one tear, approximately 3" in length, on the seat seam. It is not visible when a rider is in the saddle and would be easily repaired. It is also being sold in favor of the previously mentioned other saddle that I don't like quite as well but that fits my horse better! Photos here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...ddle%2017%205/
    Asking $750 or offer.

    17" Anthill "The Grand Champion" forward seat saddle. The saddle has padded knee flaps and a padded thigh block. Flap measures 14.5" from stirrup bar down. The leathers and irons pictured are included with it. Purchased as an extra to have on hand for guests, don't need it anymore. Photos here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...pion%20saddle/
    Asking $250 or offer

    17" Wintec dressage saddle. Bought 2 years ago and has had very minimal use since. It just needs to be wiped off to be ready to go! The leathers and irons pictured are included with it. Photos here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...sage%20saddle/
    Asking $250 or offer

    Stirrup leathers, irons, girths:
    60" Kieffer leathers (havana) and 5" Stubben irons with black pads, $15 each or $25 together

    60" black (I think Wintec?) leathers, $10

    40" Perri's girth, Newmarket color, nearly new, $50

    54" havana girth, maker unknown, gently used good cond, $40

    See photos of all these here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...rons%20girths/

    English saddle case/bag, blue/green plaid, zippered, $40
    See here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...rons%20girths/

    BITS
    NWT Metalab 5" slow twist loose ring, $30
    NWT Metalab 5" slow twist jointed pelham, with curb chain and curb hooks, $45
    used 5" kimberwicke with roller center, curb chain and curb hooks, $15
    used 5" loose ring twisted wire snaffle, $10
    used 5" loose ring snaffle (has smaller rings), $5
    used ONCE 4.5" Fennell's loose ring slow twist bridoon, $20
    See all bits here: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...7607520472.jpg

    Not pictured in the photo albums are four sets of two each, Perri's 16" No-Bow wraps in white. They are new and have never been opened. Asking $10 each.

    Please be sure to check out my other ad in the Rider Apparel Classified forum - brand new Charles Owen helmet, new men's wool melton, ladies field boots, and canary vest!

    Please PM or email me at asb_own_me@hotmail.com with questions. All reasonable offers considered, my tack room is too crowded and my bank account is too lean
  • Original Poster

    #2
    Each saddle has a regular tree. The Wintec has the Easy Change gullet system, and is "loaded" with the regular width.

    Thanks!

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    • Original Poster

      #3
      Bumping - need to move these items!

      Prices are firm on the Pessoas, other items are negotiable.

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      • Original Poster

        #4
        Thanksgiving special prices on the items below:
        Originally posted by asb_own_me View Post
        FOR SALE:
        17.5" Pessoa A/O, plain flap, no blocks, made in France. Flaps measure 15" (straight down from stirrup bar). This is another older model saddle in great condition. This one is much darker in color and does have one tear, approximately 3" in length, on the seat seam. It is not visible when a rider is in the saddle and would be easily repaired. It is also being sold in favor of the previously mentioned other saddle that I don't like quite as well but that fits my horse better! Photos here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...ddle%2017%205/
        Asking $750 or offer. Thanksgiving sale $675!


        17" Anthill "The Grand Champion" forward seat saddle. The saddle has padded knee flaps and a padded thigh block. Flap measures 14.5" from stirrup bar down. The leathers and irons pictured are included with it. Purchased as an extra to have on hand for guests, don't need it anymore. Photos here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...pion%20saddle/
        Asking $250 or offer Thanksgiving sale $200!

        17" Wintec dressage saddle. Bought 2 years ago and has had very minimal use since. It just needs to be wiped off to be ready to go! The leathers and irons pictured are included with it. Photos here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...sage%20saddle/
        Asking $250 or offer Thanksgiving sale $200!

        English saddle case/bag, blue/green plaid, zippered, $40 Thanksgiving sale $30!
        See here: http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v1...rons%20girths/

        BITS
        NWT Metalab 5" slow twist loose ring, $30 Thanksgiving sale $20!
        NWT Metalab 5" slow twist jointed pelham, with curb chain and curb hooks, $45 Thanksgiving sale $35!
        used ONCE 4.5" Fennell's loose ring slow twist bridoon, $20 Thanksgiving sale $15!
        See all bits here: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...7607520472.jpg

        Not pictured in the photo albums are four sets of two each, Perri's 16" No-Bow wraps in white. They are new and have never been opened. Asking $10 each. Thanksgiving sale buy two sets for $18 or all four sets for $30!

        Please be sure to check out my other ad in the Rider Apparel Classified forum - brand new Charles Owen helmet, new men's wool melton, ladies field boots, and canary vest!

        Please PM or email me at asb_own_me@hotmail.com with questions. All reasonable offers considered, my tack room is too crowded and my bank account is too lean

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        • Original Poster

          #5
          The Kieffer leathers and Stubben irons are SOLD.

          All other items still available at this time. Please make an offer - I want this stuff out of my office and being used in new homes!

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          • Original Poster

            #6
            To clarify - on the Wintec, the saddle has the regular tree. It is a model that you can change gullets on, but I do not have other size gullets for sale with it.

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            • Original Poster

              #7
              Reducing prices on a few of the items - I would really like these out of the way!

              17.5" Pessoa - $500
              Anthill CC - $150
              Wintec 500 Dressage - $150

              Blue/green plaid english saddle case - $25
              Bits - make offer

              The 18" Pessoa is not available at this time.

              Thanks!

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              • Original Poster

                #8
                The Wintec 500 is SOLD.

                Other items still available, PM with questions

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