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  • Nordstrom Anniversary sale dressage intersection

    Wacoal sports bra - best riding bra I have found.

    1/3 off, still kind of pricey but worth it, IMO.

    http://shop.nordstrom.com/S/wacoal-8...esultback=3345
    See those flying monkeys? They work for me.

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    • Originally posted by nhwr View Post
      Wacoal sports bra - best riding bra I have found.

      1/3 off, still kind of pricey but worth it, IMO.

      http://shop.nordstrom.com/S/wacoal-8...esultback=3345
      Thank you, I stocked up!

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      • If you live in Colorado and have your own arena there is a good deal on arena crumb rubber. Since it seems I can no longer copy and paste a post, please go to the H-J forum Steal-of-a-Deal thread , post # 104.
        Comprehensive Equestrian Site Planning and Facility Design
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        • Bumping this thread up for 20% off Tropical Rider breeches, through this Friday: http://www.tropicalrider.com/

          I just bought the Strawberry color Enduracool breeches with a lambskin full seat. Couldn't help myself, THEY'RE PINK! I hopehopehope the leather is black, like in the photo, that contrast would be bad*ss!
          RIP my beautiful Lola, ????–August 29, 2014

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          • Originally posted by Plumcreek View Post
            If you live in Colorado and have your own arena there is a good deal on arena crumb rubber. Since it seems I can no longer copy and paste a post, please go to the H-J forum Steal-of-a-Deal thread , post # 104.
            Can you link to that thread? I am not finding the specific post and we are trying to get our small town arena open to horses but need to improve footing first.
            Thanks!
            "When life gives you scurvy, make lemonade."

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            • Stubben Avalon-new. Seems to be great deal!

              http://www.ebay.com/itm/261126760865...84.m1423.l2649

              Early Christmas for someone. Looks lovely.

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              • This isn't exactly HR, but it is outdoor-related! And I wear their stuff while riding and doing barn work

                15% of your order at LL Beans with promo code: GW 1808 8482 90

                Plus they do free shipping on all orders.

                Pretty sweet deal I think

                I just got a beautiful down vest for $42!
                Barn rat for life

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                • Bates Isabell- $1,629.99 Thats more than a GRAND off.... http://www.horseloverz.com/Dressage/...ge-Saddle.html Just sayin' lots of money to spend on Other tack, hehehe!!
                  ~Buy an OTTB, Save a Life, Gain a Forever Bond.~
                  Let's say NO to Kill Buyers

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                  • http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tchlink:top:en

                    Heather Moffett Fhoenix Saddle 600.00, next to new. Great deal.

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                    • http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wintec-Pro-D...item2578d191df

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                      • Okay, I'll play:

                        I just bought one of these Courbette bridles for $50 from Horseloverz Christmas special:

                        http://www.horseloverz.com/itemlist....63219,5-575332

                        Hope it's a steal of deal!

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                        • Brand new arc de triomphe napoleon bridle, black, on ebay now for $315, which is 1/2 the retain cost. Sale ends in a couple of hours. Wish we didn't have some many bridles or else we'd bid on it. The ADT bridles are great. We have the Eros and Starman. But would love to have the Napoleon. It's full size, and a great price.

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                          • In the spirit of All Hallow's Eve, I thought I would bring this thread back to life.
                            I saw this ad on my local craigslist
                            http://allentown.craigslist.org/grd/4161760988.html
                            16.5" County Dressage saddle $75 Lehigh Valley, PA

                            I don't ride dressage and certainly not a 16.5". The price seems to good to be true so I am wondering if they dropped a zero off the end. But on the odd chance they didn't and somebody was in the market I figured I would post it.

                            Oh, well, clearly you're not thoroughly indoctrinated to COTH yet, because finger pointing and drawing conclusions are the cornerstones of this great online community. (Tidy Rabbit)

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                            • There is a great deal on a Duett wide (35cm) 17in black dressage saddle in English Tack Trader only $800 shipped - on FB here's the link:

                              https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...4409087&type=1

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                              • Just out of curiosity, does duett EVER make anything other than a wide? I have a local place with el cheapo dutetts, but never other than a wide. I own neither a draft horse, nor a moor pony, and it would be nice to see if a medium or medium wide duett would fit my boy.
                                My warmbloods have actually drunk mulled wine in the past. Not today though. A drunk warmblood is a surly warmblood. - WildandWickedWarmbloods

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                                • Originally posted by Ambitious Kate View Post
                                  Just out of curiosity, does duett EVER make anything other than a wide? I have a local place with el cheapo dutetts, but never other than a wide. I own neither a draft horse, nor a moor pony, and it would be nice to see if a medium or medium wide duett would fit my boy.
                                  Well their range is 32cm to 42cm for the Fidelio model. The 32cm is a med wide - so you should check that place out and try out some saddles !!

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                                  • Originally posted by cyndi View Post
                                    OK, when I first heard about "Himalayan Salt Blocks" I almost snorted tea through my nose, thinking "oh, boy, what a gimmick." Then a friend got them for her horses and reported they were consuming more salt. We live on the hot, humid Texas Gulf Coast. Last summer was especially bad. My horses did not TOUCH their salt blocks - either white or mineral. I supplemented electrolytes all summer. I finally broke down and bought some "Himalayan salt" from SmartPak - and my horses immediately started using them, have not quit, and drink much more water in their stalls overnight.

                                    And then I found virtually the same thing on Ebay - and it works out to about HALF what I paid on SmartPak. It's 24 lbs (6 'spools') so those with just one horse may want to go in with someone, but $51 including shipping! I bought some in Feb and they are bigger than the ones I got from SmartPak. The seller shipped very promptly.

                                    Here's a link:

                                    http://cgi.ebay.com/Himalayan-Salt-R...item4a9dc624ed
                                    The great thing about these too is they don't melt in the weather! I had to get a regular one once and the horses thumbed their noses at it.
                                    Chambermaid to....
                                    Lilly
                                    Reggie

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                                    • Great deals on Kerrits closeouts. www.facebook.com/windriverhorse They ship priority mail with tracking.
                                      www.TackMeUp.com
                                      'What's in your trunk?'
                                      Free tools for Trainers and Riders

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                                      • This store has fantastic deals on Outwear CLoseouts - AND THIS IS THE CUTE STUFF !!!!

                                        http://www.bobmicklers.com/

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                                        • Treadstone Field Master Boots on ToT for $109
                                          http://www.tackoftheday.com/product_...06-11-main.htm
                                          Libby

                                          There is a fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness". - Dave Barry

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