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Yeow! RJ Classics on sale at www.thecollectiononlinestore.com

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  • Yeow! RJ Classics on sale at www.thecollectiononlinestore.com

    Gotta check them out---and Robin is the greatest!

    www.thecollectiononlinestore.com

  • #2
    Is there a sale section? When I click on the clearance section, it just says to call/email.
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      #3
      Just click on the category you want, coats, show shirts, etc., and sale prices will come up. However, to get the rock bottom prices, you have to email Robin and inquire about whatever item interests you. I got a very nice jacket for $75!

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      • #4
        Yes, Robin is fantastic!! Call her, it'll be worth your time
        Jen Evans & DaBear

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        • #5
          17h which coat did you get? I want to get a navy one, but I just bought a new coat. Were the $120 ones $75?

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            #6
            I got the olive one with the blue and white stripe (which is really grey/green, not olive). I don't know what sizes/colors are $75, but do call Robin.

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            • #7
              17HDTBMARE .. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU ! this has go to be the best for real close out web site ever , and ROBIN is WONDERFUL !!!!! I told her her found her link at the COTH board she really appreciates that .

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              • #8
                Well, call or email, what are you waiting for????? Unbelievable sale

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                • #9
                  I agree, Robin is the absolute best. If you even think you need a new coat call her!!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 17hTBmare View Post
                    I got the olive one with the blue and white stripe (which is really grey/green, not olive). I don't know what sizes/colors are $75, but do call Robin.
                    Do you recall what the SKU number was? I think I saw the coat, and it looks really nice! I emailed Robin.

                    Thanks for the tip!
                    Elizabeth
                    The Greatest Sense of Freedom is on a Horse!

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                    • #11
                      I have to say I tried on the 1st coat that is pictured, the grayish-blue plaid one. I LOVE that coat, I just don't have money or the need for another coat. But if I had to recommend a really cool coat, it would be that one.

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                      • #12
                        Are the jackets non-returnable? I'm worried about fit..
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                        • #13
                          I just e-mailed her about the grey one, I have been dreaming of a grey hunt coat forever, I just couldnt justify getting one.

                          At this price, I CAN!!!

                          Thanks!
                          Never Ride Faster Than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly
                          Way Back Texas~04/20/90-09/17/08
                          Green Alligator "Captain"

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                          • #14
                            17hTBmare how was the quaility of the:

                            Ladies
                            Lot #: D5627
                            Price: $120.00

                            Olive green show coat with light blue and thin white pinstripes. The coat is lined with a solid, olive green lining.

                            Is this is the one that you said you have and love, and it's not so green?

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                            • #15
                              Gotta get a new show coat

                              I think I am going to get one too. I have been out of showing for years. When I was showing the style was navy blue or that green color. What is the style now? I don't want to buy something that makes me look outdated! Is Navy blue still good?

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                              • #16
                                Navy is ALWAYS good, will never go out of style.

                                I just got the grey one for $75 as well...she did say it was non-returnable though. And FREE SHIPPING!!!!
                                Never Ride Faster Than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly
                                Way Back Texas~04/20/90-09/17/08
                                Green Alligator "Captain"

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                                • #17
                                  Which gray one?

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                                  • #18
                                    Ladies
                                    Lot #: D5669
                                    Price: $120.00

                                    A light grey, stretch show coat that is decorated with light taupe and melon checks. It is lined with a solid, light grey lining.
                                    Never Ride Faster Than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly
                                    Way Back Texas~04/20/90-09/17/08
                                    Green Alligator "Captain"

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                                    • #19
                                      Ooh, so what color would you get?

                                      I've had dark bays my entire horsey career and now have a chestnut with blaze & socks... Would love to hear recommendations on coat color (and then I'd need help with a shirt too!) I was hoping to buy a new navy coat when I go to Ocala next week (to watch). If I can get a super deal, I'd rather just buy now... But would you go with navy or try something else?

                                      Just emailed Robin for a listing of options in my size...antsy to hear her reply!
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                                      • #20
                                        Originally posted by abrownhorse View Post
                                        Ooh, so what color would you get?

                                        I've had dark bays my entire horsey career and now have a chestnut with blaze & socks... Would love to hear recommendations on coat color (and then I'd need help with a shirt too!) I was hoping to buy a new navy coat when I go to Ocala next week (to watch). If I can get a super deal, I'd rather just buy now... But would you go with navy or try something else?

                                        Just emailed Robin for a listing of options in my size...antsy to hear her reply!
                                        I'm just waiting for her to send me my PayPal receipt. I'm so excited!

                                        I bought the one OP got (greenish grey with pinstripes.) I already have a navy blue, and, IMO, navy coats look good with everything.

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