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Wool witherback pad * Breeches*Books*Boots* (OTHER ITEMS SOLD)

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  • Wool witherback pad * Breeches*Books*Boots* (OTHER ITEMS SOLD)

    I am offering a variety list of tack, books and other horse related equipment.
    Photos and more detailed information can be found at:
    http://www.freewebs.com/amylopez/forsale.htm
    you can PM here or email amylo AT aocs DOT org

    **Berney Bros Dressage Saddle-18 /MW**
    Offered for sale is a lovely Berney Bros dressage saddle. It fits a variety of horses and puts the rider in an effortless yet effective position. Berney’s are quality saddles made in Ireland that are very hard to find in the United States-this is a rare find at a great price!
    Description
    “Berney Brothers of Kilcullen, Ireland, works with some of the top riders and trainers in Ireland to design saddles that put the rider in a correct, balanced position. “
    Model: Co. Kildare Dressage
    “Latest advanced design features deep forward seat, close contact panels, well positioned knee rolls and extended girth straps. Made on a top standard [BS] spring tree with best English leathers throughout.”
    *Deep seat
    *Close contact
    *Knee rolls
    *Slightly forward flaps for the long-legged rider
    *High quality black English leather
    Independent Review
    http://www.horsetackreview.com/review-display/1794.html
    Sizing
    This saddle is an 18’’ deep seat. The tree is marked medium but in my opinion tends to run a bit wide. It is used on both a paint and Clyde X TB.
    Price
    This saddle sells for $1200 new!
    This saddle is offered at $575 to sell quickly! You will not find a better deal on a quality saddle in this condition.


    **Bobby’s Dressage Bridle –Unique**

    This bridle a unique & attractive fixed flash, well padded crank noseband and a patent leather square raised browband-truly understated elegance!
    Description:
    “This beautiful Bobby's English Tack dressage bridle comes with padded browband and padded crank noseband with flash. Comes with matching 5/8" reins with hand stops. Made from the finest Italian tanned leather, edged and stitched for a beautifully finished look. “
    Size: Extra-Full/ Warmblood size”.
    Bridle New is $257.99. Will sell for $150
    Photos:
    http://i222.photobucket.com/albums/d...ale/bobbys.jpg
    http://i222.photobucket.com/albums/d...ale/bridle.jpg
    http://i222.photobucket.com/albums/d...bybrowband.jpg

    **Dress Boots-Tall 9.5-10 shiny!**

    These are technically mens boots size 71/2. I bought them because I got the added height. A mens 71/2 converts to a women's 9 but I think these run big....so more like a 9 1/2.
    Very tall and shiny. Regular calf. Already broken in.
    Photos & Measurements here:
    http://www.freewebs.com/amylopez/forsale.htm
    Bought new on clearance for $190. My price $50!

    **Millers Knee Patch Breeches.**

    Tan. Size 32 Long. Front pockets. Very good condition. $25

    **Cotton Natural “Shapley” Breeches. – Plaid!**

    Brown Plaid. Size 30 regular. Designed to fit women with a smaller waist and larger hips. Very flattering! Very good condition $35

    **Wool Wither Back Pad**

    Used from Dover.
    “Relieves pressure along the bars of the saddle tree. Shock-absorbing, 100% wool fleece with 100% Merino wool fleece bottom to wick moisture.”
    $35

    **Carlyle Stud Kit Case (less studs-case only)**

    Room for 16 studs as well as your plugs tee tap, stud hole cleaner and hexagon key. Compact and efficient! Great for cross country schooling, one day horse trial or 10 minute box! $8

    **Books!**

    Feeds and Feeding
    Hardback. $100 + new. Will sacrifice $25!!!!
    by F. B. Morrison, W. A. Henry

    Applied Animal Reproduction
    by H. Joe Bearden, John W. Fuquay Scott T. Willard
    Comprehensive, up-to-date, and readable, this book offers unique coverage of both basic physiology as related to reproduction AND the application of physiology to the management of reproduction in livestock species.
    New: $72.40. Will take $30!

    A Passion for Horses: My Conversation With Horse Lovers (Paperback)
    by Cindy Hale
    “A collection of interviews and character studies gleaned from an assortment of unique and interesting equestrians and horse owners from various walks of life.”
    $10

    ~*~And last but not least shoes…(people not ponies!)~*~

    Dansko Mary Janes
    Size 39 or US 8.5 9. Very good Condition. Super comfortable!
    Black cabrio finished clogs. Worn maybe a few times. Leather footbed and rubber sole.
    $55
    Last edited by Moderator 2; Jan. 7, 2009, 01:08 PM.
    http://cuonxc.blogspot.com
  • Original Poster

    #2
    *Price Drop * Make Offer *May Trade*

    Price drop on saddle -$545!


    Feel free to make an offer on other items -they need to go!


    I might also consider trades/ partial trades.

    I'm in need of:

    Horsey vacuum

    polo or 5 point style breastplate

    Brown velvet helmet 73/8

    Red silk/ satin helmet cover

    Books of most any kind

    or just try me.... I am a tackaholic!
    http://cuonxc.blogspot.com

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    • Original Poster

      #3
      Berney saddle is sold!

      Other items still available
      http://cuonxc.blogspot.com

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      • Original Poster

        #4
        Update

        Several items have sold....below is a list of what remains....

        Photos and more detailed information can be found at:
        http://www.freewebs.com/amylopez/forsale.htm
        you can PM here or email amylo AT aocs DOT org


        **Millers Knee Patch Breeches.**

        Tan. Size 32 Long. Front pockets. Very good condition. $25

        **Cotton Natural “Shapley” Breeches. – Plaid!**

        Brown Plaid. Size 30 regular. Designed to fit women with a smaller waist and larger hips. Very flattering! Very good condition $35

        **Wool Wither Back Pad**

        Used from Dover.
        “Relieves pressure along the bars of the saddle tree. Shock-absorbing, 100% wool fleece with 100% Merino wool fleece bottom to wick moisture.”
        $35

        **Carlyle Stud Kit Case (less studs-case only)**

        Room for 16 studs as well as your plugs tee tap, stud hole cleaner and hexagon key. Compact and efficient! Great for cross country schooling, one day horse trial or 10 minute box! $8

        **Books!**

        Feeds and Feeding
        Hardback. $100 + new. Will sacrifice $25!!!!
        by F. B. Morrison, W. A. Henry

        Applied Animal Reproduction
        by H. Joe Bearden, John W. Fuquay Scott T. Willard
        Comprehensive, up-to-date, and readable, this book offers unique coverage of both basic physiology as related to reproduction AND the application of physiology to the management of reproduction in livestock species.
        New: $72.40. Will take $30!

        A Passion for Horses: My Conversation With Horse Lovers (Paperback)
        by Cindy Hale
        “A collection of interviews and character studies gleaned from an assortment of unique and interesting equestrians and horse owners from various walks of life.”
        $10
        http://cuonxc.blogspot.com

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        • Original Poster

          #5
          Bump

          Open to offers, trades/ partial trades on remaining items
          http://cuonxc.blogspot.com

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