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  • #21
    saddle- Antares
    bridle- Edgewood
    girth-Edgewood
    martingale- Edgewood
    horse boots-Beval Italia and Eskadron
    field boots- Ariat's but I have a wonderful pair of La Mundial custom boots if they will just fix the zippers and send them back
    helmet- GPA and GR8

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    • #22
      saddle- Devoucoux Socoa
      bridle- Beval Heritage, in pony size
      girth- Professionals choice, synthetic with fuzzy lining
      martingale - i think it's Collegiate
      horse boots- Dover Premier Pony, ankle an open front
      field boots- Beval Soubirac (old)
      show helmet - CO Hampton
      schooling helmet - IRH striped
      show saddle pad - Fleeceworks
      saddle pads for home - Beval baby pads, Dover A/P pads, a couple NutriScience ones that we got at a Kevin babbington clinic, and some fun colored Centaur ones
      (|--Sarah--|)

      Blitz <3 & Leap of Faith <3

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      • #23
        saddle- Two -- a Bullion and a Dover Circuit Elite
        bridle- Two - a Bullion (for the horses) and a Pessoa (for the ponies)
        girth- Several - all mostly Toklats, a Wintec and some leather shaped girths of unknown origin.
        martingale (if have) - none
        horse boots- T-Boot and various bells
        field boots- Vogels
        helmet- IRH

        "If you have the time, spend it. If you have a hand, lend it. If you have the money, give it. If you have a heart, share it." by me

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        • #24
          saddle- Butet (integrated flaps)
          bridle- 2 nice Beval ones for schooling, and one fancy stitched raised one for showing.
          girth- 1 cheapie fleece, and 2 nice Beval leather ones in diff. sizes for showing.
          horse boots- Heidi boots, Beval leather fleece-lined open fronts, and polos
          field boots- Vogels
          helmet- GPA (though I still miss my custom helmet )
          saddle pad- 2 Cloud 9 half pads that are old but look great, love them!

          ...and TONS of monogrammed baby pads because they're my obsession!
          Who is John Galt?

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          • #25
            saddle- Pessoa A/O, Crump CC (never use)
            bridle-Kincaid Event (use most often for everyday), Collegiate, Weaver, Ovation (show) and Crosby
            girth-HDR (everyday), Soft Touch, Harry Dabs (show), various others I don't use/are the wrong size for my current horse
            martingale (if have): Crosbys for everyday and show, others I don't use often (Kincaid, Harmohn Kraft, Weaver)
            horse boots-Eskadron, Beval, Davis splints. I mostly use polos
            field boots-Ariat
            helmet-IRHs

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            • #26
              saddle-
              custom Stackhouse

              saddle pads-
              Lettia baby pads for home
              Wilkers white fluffy with grips for show

              bridle-
              Arc de Triomphe (show)
              older Crosby (everyday)

              girth-
              cheap fuzzy one & semi cheap Soft Touch Classic Equine

              martingale-
              Not 100% sure...it is an oldie but a goodie! Crosby?

              horse boots-
              Heidi

              field boots-
              Elite by Dover

              helmet-
              GPA
              Animals are not disposable!!!
              http://www.pawsnela.org

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              • #27
                saddle- Pessoa A/O (England made), Crosby Prix Des Nations (original)
                bridle- Smith Worthington, Somerset, 2 stamped made in England
                girth- several Equalizer, also a Dover fleece lined
                martingale (if have)- 2 Crosby Excel ( one cob, one full)
                horse boots- Dover leather & fleece open fronts
                field boots- DerDau & Ariat
                helmet- GPA, and Troxel Grand Prix
                Crayola posse~ orange yellow, official pilot
                Proud owner of "High Flight" & "Shorty"

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                • #28
                  saddle-Butet, Crosby, Passier (dressage)
                  bridle-Arc de Triomphe, can't remember what the other is
                  girth-Beval LTD, can't remember the other 3
                  horse boots-Veredus, Eskadron, Woof Boots
                  field boots- Konig, Beval Puissance
                  helmet-GPA
                  A lovely horse is always an experience.... It is an emotional experience of the kind that is spoiled by words. ~Beryl Markham

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                  • #29
                    saddle- CWD, County, Butet
                    bridle- Arc D Triumphe, Pessoa, Circuit
                    girth- Antares, Pro Choice non-slip
                    martingale (if have) - CWD Bridge, Antares, Tory Elastic Running
                    horse boots- CWD, Doda, Eskadron, Beval
                    field boots- Der Dau, Vogel
                    helmet - GR8, GPA Speed Air
                    http://good-times.webshots.com/album/557433725gtOAuC

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                    • #30
                      saddle- Childeric
                      bridle- Somerset, Bobby's
                      girth- for now it's a Barnstable, but saving for the matching Childeric, and a Toklat fleece for winter
                      martingale (if have) - Can-Pro
                      horse boots- Heidi, Eskadron, Leather ones I got in Europe
                      field boots- Cavallo
                      helmet - IRH

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                      • #31
                        Saddle- Crump Prix de Saute
                        Bridle- Edgewood
                        Girth- Tolkat woolback fleece and Beval leather
                        Martingale (if have)- Edgewood
                        Horse boots- Beval leather
                        Field boots - Vogel and Sergio Grasso
                        Helmet- GPA Titanium
                        ~*Friend of bar.ka*~

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                        • #32
                          saddle - county stabilizer
                          bridles - circut, edgewood
                          horse boots - pessoa
                          field boots- ariat crowne pros
                          helmet - charles owen gr8

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                          • #33
                            saddle- Tad Coffin
                            bridle- Edgewood
                            girth-Cheap Dover fuzzy/ Neoprene Professionals Choice/ Coolmax
                            martingale- Edgewood Standing
                            horse boots- T-boots (showing) Dover boots front and Eskadron hind (schooling)
                            field boots- Ariat Monacos
                            helmet- CO GR8
                            "It is a grand passion. It seizes a person whole and once it has done so, he will have to accept that his life will be radically changed."
                            --Ralph Waldo Emerson

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                            • #34
                              saddle- Butet
                              bridle- I dont remember but ive had it for 3 years and its still perfect!
                              girth- Butet girth
                              martingale- Aramas
                              horse boots- Eskadrons (hate them) getting T-boots or Bevals
                              field boots- Ariats but i just ordered Derdaus
                              helmet- GPA but i might get a Gr8? they seem to be getting popular in the hunters and i like to stick with the trends..

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                              • #35
                                Saddle: Stubben Rex
                                Bridle: Suffolk fancy stitched (had to buy f/s and c/s to combine them for my guy's strange, strange head...)
                                Girth: Zaldi
                                No boots or martingale for my horse, except a polo breastplate for trail riding
                                Field boots: Vogels
                                Helmet: Troxel
                                "Remain relentlessly cheerful."

                                Graphite/Pastel Portraits

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                                • #36
                                  saddle- Beval Devon
                                  bridle- Union Hill (Ricks Saddle shop) and a Beval
                                  girth-Beval
                                  martingale (if have)-Union Hill and Beval
                                  horse boots- don't use them
                                  field boots- Der Dau
                                  helmet- IRH
                                  But its no use going back to yesterday because I was a different person then

                                  -alice in wonderland

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                                  • #37
                                    saddle- Amerigo (deep jumping/warmblood)
                                    bridle- Vespucci, Bobby's
                                    girth- Bobby's
                                    martingale - Vespucci
                                    horse boots- T-Boots, Prestige, Eskadron
                                    field boots- Regent
                                    helmet- GPA Speed Air

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                                    • #38
                                      saddle- devoucoux
                                      bridle- m tolouse
                                      girth-circuit
                                      martingale- stubben
                                      horse boots-eskadron
                                      field boots- ariat
                                      helmet- gr8

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                                      • #39
                                        saddle- Tad Coffin A5 & Beval Devon
                                        bridle- Beval Heritage, Nona Garson, Arc de Triomphe, & 2 Crosby
                                        girth- Beval, Horseman, No-name
                                        martingale- Arc de Triomphe and Weaver
                                        horse boots- Beval Italia & Eskadron
                                        field boots- 2 pr Beval Puissance (1 schooling, 1 show)
                                        helmet- 2 Charles Owens (1 brown, 1 black)
                                        CLIPclop Bodyclipping by Morgan
                                        Serving North GA with high quality clips.
                                        --> Just Press Start // '99 Oldenburg
                                        --> Always The Optimist (reg. Simply Stylin) // '02 Thoroughbred

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                                        • #40
                                          saddle- older crosby (no model stamped on it)
                                          bridle- no name for shows and soon to get another blingy no name to school
                                          girth- throwgood airform
                                          martingale (if have): none but eventually i will get a running
                                          horse boots- eskadrons (im either getting a new pair or leather boots)
                                          field boots- none off the rack doesnt fit
                                          helmet-IRH XR9 black/lavender
                                          Beyond the Ring-para dressage, training, coaching
                                          www.facebook.com/btrparadressage

                                          Proud Team Four Star Minion! Renegade for Life!

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