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  • GPA, Fleeceworks, Tailored Sportsman, Bevals and more..

    So, here's my long list of stuff that really needs to go. All prices include shipping. Everything will ship with tracking/insurance as needed. All payment must be made through paypal. Items described as accurate as possible. Photos seen below, please feel free to ask for more photos... OPEN TO ALL OFFERS. final sale only.

    PHOTOS http://s218.photobucket.com/albums/c...ul/FOR%20SALE/

    GPA Titium Size 57 (7) $125 obo

    This is a charcoal with silver stripe GPA. It is a used helmet from 2002. There are initials inside of the helmet. There is also a scratch/dent on the front of the helmet from my tack box that is not very noticeable from the ground. No falls. Only worn 10 times or less and has been sitting in closet. Currently retails $450+


    NEW Fleeceworks All Purpose CC FXK Pad $120

    Model FWXK 7/RG. Still in packaging with tags. Purchsed for $168 in October and never used. seen below:

    http://www.bizrate.com/equestrianclo...536363881.html

    Supracor Hunter Jumper Pad $130

    Used under 20 times, is in excellent condition and has always been kept inside the cover, see cover below. retail: $200

    Supracor Hunter/Jumper Pad Cover $60

    Used under 20 times, but definately shows some wear. Well taken care of, fleece edge all the way around. Pictures avail.

    Supracor Pad and Cover $150


    Merino Sheepskin A/P Pad $75

    Slightly used (under 5 times). Pink with natural Fleece. Currently selling for new for $110. pics available. seen here is blue
    http://cgi.ebay.ca/New-Merino-Sheeps...742.m153.l1262


    Tailored Sportsman Hunt Coat 4/10 R $125 obo

    Marlboro Plaid. Purchased and never worn. Please see sizing as it was altered: shoulder 15.5; sleeve 23; length 23.5; chest 24

    Tailored Sportsman Hunt Coat 2/8 $175

    This is a navy with slate grey undertones. Still in great condition. Shoulder 15, Sleeve 23, Length 25, Chest 32


    RJ Classics Prestige 2R $100 obo

    Purchased from Robin for $195 with a no return policy. This jacket has been sitting in my closet for the past 4 months. Sizing listed by RJ is bust 34-35, waist 27-28


    Barnsby Natural Sheepskin Girth 48 $100

    This is a 48 inch newmarket girth with removable sheepskin. Doesn't fit my new guy. I think I might have extra sheepskin to throw in. Never been on a horse, originally purchased for $179. Price tags still on.

    52 inch Girth $50

    This is a non stamped girth. It is brown and newmarket. Still in great condition, elastic is in fantastic shape. Roller buckles. Please note that part of the stitching has come undone in a 2cm section as seen in photo.

    Bevals Standing Martingale, Cob $60 obo

    Purchased in October for $164. Plain Raised Stitching. Willing to take a huge loss on this one. It is newmarket in color, tags still attached. It has not been oiled yet, so it will darken significantly

    Roma Sheepskin Lined Open Front Boots $40

    I got to use these twice before my horse popped his splint. They are in amazing condition and are still in the original packaging. as seen here: http://www.tackroominc.com/roma-shee...ib-p-7356.html pics avail.

    Effingham Field Boots 6.5 $50 obo

    Style 200 L. Still have lots of life in them. Perfect for a back up schooling boots, and still show worthy. Height floor to top 20, From heel to middle knee 18, to outside knee (spanish top) 18.5; Calf opening 13.25, largest part of calf 13.5, ankle 12, footbed 10.5

    Baker 78 Blanket $45 obo

    The original baker blanket. This is well used, but still lots of life left in it. Stitching is tight, no rips, tears or stains. The side buckle could use a stitch or two as the clasp is starting to fray and might fall off with an abusive horse.

    Jods $30
    Devon Aire Concour Elite: Tan, Child XL $10
    inseam 25.5, rise 9, waist 26

    Millers 16: Green/Beige, Child 16 $10
    Inseam 26, rise 10, waist 25

    Elite: Tan, Child 18 $10
    Inseam 28, rise 10, waist 26



    That's the list, questions and offers welcome

    julie, socrjul@gmail.com
    Last edited by Moderator 1; Feb. 3, 2009, 08:36 AM.
    Proud member of the "I'm In My 20's and Hope to Be a Good Rider Someday" clique
  • Original Poster

    #2
    Items Sold

    GPA, Girths, Open Front Boots, Mattes Riser no longer available
    Proud member of the "I'm In My 20's and Hope to Be a Good Rider Someday" clique

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    • Original Poster

      #3
      ITEMS NOW ON EBAY

      LISTING ITEMS ON EBAY!!!

      PHOTOS http://s218.photobucket.com/albums/c...ul/FOR%20SALE/


      Hermes Brasilia- 17 inch. 2007 Model (2800)- Make an offer



      NEW Fleeceworks All Purpose CC FXK Pad

      Model FWXK 7/RG. Still in packaging with tags. Purchsed for $168 in October and never used.

      http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260395038688


      Supracor Hunter Jumper Pad $130

      Used under 20 times, is in excellent condition and has always been kept inside the cover, see cover below. retail: $200

      Supracor Hunter/Jumper Pad Cover $60

      Used under 20 times, but definately shows some wear. Well taken care of, fleece edge all the way around. Pictures avail.

      Supracor Pad and Cover [s]$200[/s] $150


      Merino Sheepskin A/P Pad $75

      Slightly used (under 5 times). Pink with natural Fleece. Currently selling for new for $110. pics available. seen here is blue



      Tailored Sportsman Hunt Coat 4/10 R

      Marlboro Plaid. Purchased and never worn. Please see sizing as it was altered: shoulder 15.5; sleeve 23; length 23.5; chest 24

      http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260395017530

      Tailored Sportsman Hunt Coat 2/8

      This is a navy with slate grey undertones. Still in great condition. Shoulder 15, Sleeve 23, Length 25, Chest 32

      http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260395021577


      RJ Classics Prestige 2R

      Purchased from Robin for $195 with a no return policy. This jacket has been sitting in my closet for the past 4 months. Sizing listed by RJ is bust 34-35, waist 27-28

      http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260395026189

      Bevals Standing Martingale, Cob
      Purchased in October for $164. Plain Raised Stitching. Willing to take a huge loss on this one. It is newmarket in color, tags still attached. It has not been oiled yet, so it will darken significantly

      http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260395010695

      Effingham Field Boots 6.5

      Style 200 L. Still have lots of life in them. Perfect for a back up schooling boots, and still show worthy. Height floor to top 20, From heel to middle knee 18, to outside knee (spanish top) 18.5; Calf opening 13.25, largest part of calf 13.5, ankle 12, footbed 10.5

      http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260395032823


      Jods Prices Negotiable if you Buy all Three
      Devon Aire Concour Elite: Tan, Child XL
      inseam 25.5, rise 9, waist 26

      Millers 16: Green/Beige, Child 16
      Inseam 26, rise 10, waist 25

      Elite: Tan, Child 18
      Inseam 28, rise 10, waist 26

      http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260395035134



      That's the list, questions and offers welcome

      julie, socrjul@gmail.com
      Proud member of the "I'm In My 20's and Hope to Be a Good Rider Someday" clique

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