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Charles Owen vest, Fleeceworks 1/2 pad, 6-way stirrups, and much more!

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  • Charles Owen vest, Fleeceworks 1/2 pad, 6-way stirrups, and much more!

    Charles Owen Adult Ultra-Lite Body Protector size Adult Medium. Black with royal blue. Used one season and never fallen on. I have lost the medical card seen hanging on the vest in the picture. ASTM/FEI certified. New for $225, I'd like $150 for it plus shipping.

    Ice Horse Evendura Ice Wraps. A practical way to comfort aches and pains. Stays cold for over 2 hours. These cold therapy leg wraps provide extra coverage from below knee to pastern and fetlock area. Comes with four First + Ice therapy inserts per wrap. Pair. They measure 16 1/2" from knee to hoof. The closures are elastic with velcro to stretch for any size leg. These have been used maybe 15 times and retail for $135 a pair. I'd like $95 for them plus shipping.

    Intec UMS 6-Way Stirrups size 4 3/4". They are flexible yet very sturdy. Includes the traditional rubber stirrup pad and a brand new paid of metal grated pads, and a fleece carrying bag. These are 4 3/4". (They tell you to order 1/4-1/2" wider with these stirrups than your normal size to make up for the rubber covering...) These retail for $83. I'd like $50 for them plus shipping.

    Fleeceworks Perfect Balance Half Pad size large.The pad has two memory foam inserts that can be placed at the withers or cantle. You can also purchase other shims from Fleeceworks. The picture has the pads pulled out to show where they are placed, but when you use them they are put inside the pad. Fits Close Contact / All Purpose Saddles 17” – 18”, Dressage Saddles 18”. Love this pad! It goes for $175 new. I'm asking $100 for it plus $6.95 for shipping within the continental US.

    Black Woof Club / Brushing Boots size Medium These have faded a little, but there is still tons of wear left in them. They are a size Medium and measure 9 1/2" tall. These retail new for about $35. I'd like $15 for them plus $4.95 shipping within the continental US.

    Nunn Finer Sure Grip Reins – black – Made from high quality webbing with rubber threads woven in for a super grip. Sewn in leather hand stops, buckle end. Used about 3 times. New for $90. Asking $65 plus $5 shipping in the continental US.

    Prestige Stirrup Leathers – Black size 54” but trimmed 2” off the end – the buckles are flat for a close feel. Gorgeous leather with a nylon anti-stretch core. Gently used and loved. Retail for $130. Asking $65 plus shipping.

    Brand new Kimberwicke bit, size 5. $15 plus shipping.

    Vinyl Tape Rolls for PVC or Wood rails....there are 10 pieces per roll....Much easier than painting your jumps! These are brand new - never opened. Royal blue and yellow. Each package was $11.....I'd like to get $8 for each roll OR $14 for both rolls plus shipping.

    Brand new saddle pad; navy with white piping. 22" from spine to bottom of the flap and 23" from the wither to the cantle. I paid $9. I'd like $8. I have another pad just like this that has been used. I'd like $5 for that one. $12 for the pair plus shipping.

    Almost new saddle pad. White with navy trim. 18" drop, 23" along the spine. There are a few tiny stains where the saddle would be. $10 plus shipping.
  • Original Poster

    The vinyl tape rolls for wood or pvc poles are SOLD... Thank you!


    • Original Poster

      The woof boots are SOLD via another forum