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Beval jumping boots, breeches, bridles

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  • Beval jumping boots, breeches, bridles

    Beval LTD sheepskin lined open front jumping boots
    Gorgeous, brand new! Large, size #4. Havana brown with elastic straps and brass stud closures. $100

    Breeches, Breeches, Breeches!

    Georg Schumacher w/ leather knee patches
    Size 28, relaxed fit (room for a bit of hip), cotton, front zip. Used, but in fine condition, a few small light stains around knee area. Butter-beige color. $25

    Harry Hall w/ leather knee patches
    Size 28L, grey polyester. Front zip , slash pocket and V-styling in back. Used with a few snags, leather on knee patches is dry. A good washing in Leather Therapy will soften them up. $15

    Boink Riding Skins winter fleece-lines pull-ons
    Size small (fits like a 26), extended clarino knee patch (goes up to crotch area). Light brown. I have another pair of these that are nice and toasty in the cold! Brand new with tags! $45

    Ariat Sport breech, pull-on style
    Size 28R, beige with knee patches. Perfect comfy schooling breech. Just too small for me. Brand new with tags! $40

    Golden Dress w/ knee patches
    Size 28L, sienna brown stretchy cotton with black knee patches (clarino), front slash pocket. Very nice, high quality breech. I paid out the nose for these, and have "grown" out of them darnit! $50

    Romfh stretch corduroy pull-on w/ knee patches
    Size 2M (equivalent to a 26). Brown, super stretchy and comfortable. Side zip. Brand new w/o tags. $20

    Tailored Sportsman w/ goat skin knee patches
    Light grey, size 26. Oldies, but in great shape! One flaw--the zipper needs to be replaced. Easily done by most dry cleaners (or a handy gal w/ a sewing machine). Therefore I will let these go for $20

    Various bridles and parts

    Horse-sized training bridle w/ snaps for bit attachment
    Russet brown, in used condition, comes w/ matching rubber grip reins.
    A great piece of tack to have for training, allows for easy changing of bits if working several horses. It is also nice to just use the headstall under a lunging cavesson. $45

    O/S Crank bridle w/ flash attachment
    (sorry no strap-dog chewed it )
    Nice, soft leather in a reddish havanna color. Matches the tobacco and cigar colors perfectly. Buckle closures. No reins. Is used, not a show bridle, but very nice. $45

    Brown web reins, used condition with rein stops and buckle ends. $12

    Brown (mahogany red) rubber and web reins with stops and buckle ends. These will match the flash bridle nicely. Brand new. $30

    **I will glady reduce the prices if you combine items**
    I can also email pictures (just PM me).
    Paypal preferred, but MO and cashier's checks also OK. Flat $5.00 priority shipping on all items.
    Thanks for looking!
    Last edited by Erin; Feb. 22, 2007, 01:22 PM.
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    Brown web reins have been sold.
    Grey TS breeches are sold.

    I'm negotiable on the items, especially if you buy more than one item.
    Please buy my stuff so I can buy more. Yikes!


    • Original Poster

      Georg Schumacher breeches are sold.


      • Original Poster

        I have taken photos of most items and will gladly email them. Just ask.

        I did a complete tack room and trunk cleaning this week and will be posting another ad with more items. Woof boots, girths, leathers, polos, bits, etc. And I still have that darn Kiefer dressage saddle that needs a new home...


        • Original Poster

          Ariat breeches have been sold! Thanks Lindsay!


          • Original Poster

            Beval open front boots are now on ebay.


            • Original Poster

              Boink RS breeches and Romfh pull-ons are sold.


              • Original Poster

                Training bridle w/ snaps has sold. Thank you EH!


                • Original Poster

                  OS crank bridle has been sold.
                  Thanks to everyone for the inquiries!