Here is my album with photos: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/1...71320123817601
Pictures are the:
-Avalance Rain Rug
Forgive the less than flattering photos
Venice Bridle While the leather is soft, it needs some serious conditioning-- the straps do NOT want to go in or out of any of the keepers. Also need holes punched in the noseband (crank) strap & flash. So weird, see it's on the second to last hole on the noseband hanger & bit hanger, so let's say adequate in LENGTH, but then way too big AROUND -- the noseband, flash, & the browband actually droops on her. This was the FULL size, and I have had O/S Bobby's and Lexington bridles for her. Her normal bridle has been a full size Courbette, but the browband is a bit longer than a typical full. This is admittedly my first experience with a monocrown. I knew this may be too bulky for her, as she has an Arab-y (but not short) face, but it's still odd. If you are wanting to buy this bridle and have a horse with an average sized head that isn't LONG, I would probably get a cob size, honestly. This is a 16.1H Dutch mare, for reference.
Garda Halter Seems nice enough. Worth the $12 but would not have paid $24 for it. I'm using it while I clean my leather halter. It is also pretty large like the bridle: adjusted the chin to the smallest hole. If there's a larger size available, don't order it unless you have a true draft.
Avalanche Rain Rug I like this a lot I think it is mfg by the same folks who make Eous' blankets? The cut is nice, plenty of drop, and the color is fantastic! It is less blue than the photo shows (taken at sundown), and the inner lining is the magenta with "Horze" stamped lightly everywhere. Ordered the 81" and it seems to fit true to size. Don't size down like with WB! The rear corner may look a little "tight" in the photo-- The elastic leg straps came adjusted to the shortest length, & I did not take the time to loosen them. We're still a few months from needing blankets here