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  • #41
    saddle- bates
    bridle- idk a cheap brand lol
    girth- perri's
    martingale (if have)- same cheap brand as bridle?
    horse boots- dover leather open fronts and roma open fronts and some generic neoprene splint/ankle boots
    field boots- der dau
    helmet- GPA for at home (it's old and ratty looking) CO GR8 for shows

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    • #42
      Reading this thread, I see that most of us (myself included) are tack snobs!

      saddle- original Crosby PDN, Dominus CC, Crosby XLE, Wintec CC, and 2 Moritz huntseat elite (which are for sale!)
      bridle- original crosby, Arc de trimophe renaissance and Imperial figure 8, dominus figure 8
      girth- KL select, CWD, toulouse sheepskin, wintec original
      martingale hadfields running, crosby breastplate and drawreins
      horse boots- FTE leather open fronts, pelham ascot open fronts, eskadron opens, champion turf opens, bar f splints, davis splints
      field boots- 2 pair of effinghams, ariat challenges
      helmet- Troxel
      Bits- every KK made

      I could list about 100 other pieces of equipment that I own - and I only have one horse to use it all on!!

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      • #43
        saddle- Crosby

        bridle- Ovation

        girth- Crosby

        martingale (if have)Stubben

        horse boots- Toklat

        field boots-ariat

        helmet-troxel

        -Kristie

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        • #44
          saddle - Hermes
          bridle - CWD
          girth - fuzzy toklat thing? I don't even know...
          martingale - don't need one
          horse boots - waiting on those
          field boots - ariat crowne pros, same for the paddocks
          helmet - tipperary for schooling, nice velvet troxel for showing (no stupid dial, I HATE those )

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          • #45
            saddle- an M. Toulouse Brione and a Crosby Hampton Classic
            bridle- an M. Toulouse and a Dr Cooks Bitless Bridle
            girth- I don't know.... lol
            martingale (if have)- Don't have one
            horse boots- Eskadrons (found them at a used tack sale mixed in with a bunch of other boots for $5! I snatched them up real quick, handed them the money and ran off before they realized what they had!), and Roma splint boots.
            field boots- Ariat Heritage II
            helmet- a Troxel for schooling and an IRH for shows.
            "People ask me 'will I remember them if I make it'. I ask them 'will you remember me if I don't?'"

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            • #46
              saddle- Amerigo Vega Jump. The absolutely BEST saddle I have EVER ridden in, and it seems to be quite unknown for some reason.
              bridle- Ovation bridle, Tory Leather flash attachment. Currently waiting for Individualblue to find the figure 8 she's going to sell to me.
              girth- Perri's Leather.
              martingale- Ovation breastplate and running attachment.
              horse boots- Black dover pro boots.
              field boots- Tredstone
              helmet- IRH.
              THE NUMBER ONE REASON HORSES ARE BETTER THAN BOYS:
              a horse will love you forever!

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              • #47
                Saddle- Bates Caprilli CC

                Bridle- Herve Godignon and a crap schooling bridle I have NO idea what it is

                Girth- Professionals choice and Herve Godignon

                Horse boots- Eskadron

                Field boots- Ariat Crowne Pro

                Helmet- GPA Titium (silver) and CO Wellington Pro
                "The horse you get off is not the same as the horse you got on. It's your job to make sure he's better "
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                ~*Dani*~

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                • #48
                  saddle- Collegiate Diploma
                  bridle- Dr Cook bitless bridle, Circuit Grand Prix, a black flash bridle w/o a name on it, and a nameless brown cavesson bridle
                  girth- using a borrowed one - HDR maybe.
                  martingale- none.
                  horse boots- getting some Dovers!
                  field boots- Ariat Heritage II.
                  helmet- IRH ATH, getting a GPA.

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                  • #49
                    saddle- Antares
                    bridle-Jimmy's, ADT, Beval
                    girth- soft touch, edgewood sheepskin, Antares
                    martingale (if have), Jimmy's, beval
                    horse boots- Eskadrons, dover eskadron knockoffs, beval open fronts
                    field boots-Ariat Crowne, vogels that I hate
                    helmet-GPA titanium, GPA textium, GR8 on order
                    ---^v---^v---^v----------------------^v---^v---^v---
                    For a moment there, you bored me to death

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                    • #50
                      saddle- beval natural
                      bridle- crosby, and two others idk
                      girth- cheap fleece, m. toulouse (? something like that)
                      martingale (if have)- no idea...same as one of the bridles
                      horse boots- kelly open fronts and ankles, purple and black polos
                      field boots- der dau
                      helmet- IRH for schooling, CO GR8 for shows

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                      • #51
                        saddle- Zaldi
                        bridle- Ovation
                        girth- Edgewood fuzzy
                        horse boots- Eskadron
                        field boots- Ariat
                        helmet- IRH

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                        • #52
                          saddle- Crosby Selle Francaise, Zaldi Jupiter (wonderful saddle)
                          bridle- ?? no idea, a lovely soft old one that came with my horse that I turned black with oil, and a no name cheapie I had to buy the next morning before the show that I can't stand but it's...not black, with Korsteel full-cheek snaffles and a Waterford hunter D
                          girth- no idea, wish I did, it's leather and it's worn like IRON - after a year of nearly daily use it still looks new
                          martingale (if have) - a useless running (I think it's a Collegiate) that's too long the tack shop won't take back because I lost the receipt
                          horse boots- SMB II's and Ballistic quarter boots
                          field boots- 2 pairs of Ariats, one with back zip and one without, and Ariat paddock boots and Dover half chaps I use everyday
                          helmet- Troxel
                          Last edited by mortebella; Aug. 5, 2008, 11:55 PM. Reason: 'cause I forgot stuff
                          Blog: The Continuing Adventures of an (ahem) Mature Re-Rider without a Trust Fund...but, finally, A Farm of Her Own!!

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                          • #53
                            saddle- pessoa and courbette
                            bridle- show brand unknown, two schooling courbettes
                            girth- fleece one, and unknown leather one
                            martingale (if have)- courbette
                            horse boots- eskadrons, and a cheap brand
                            field boots- cheap ones.. now these I need new ones!!
                            helmet- GPA

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                            • #54
                              saddle- 2 Antares, 1 CWD ( I have 3 different horses that all require a different saddle fit)
                              bridle- Edgewood & CWD for show , A variety of cheaper brands for schooling
                              girth- 1 Edgewood Sheepskin, 1 dover sheepskin, I arc de triomphe, Pro Choice for schooling
                              martingale (if have): edgewood for show, different brands for schooling
                              horse boots- Eskadrons for schooling, Antares, CWD &Beval for show
                              field boots- Vogel
                              helmet- GR8

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                              • #55
                                saddle-Antares
                                bridle-Beval, Prestige
                                girth-Beval, Hadsfield
                                martingale (if have)Beval, Prestige
                                horse boots-Leather T-Boots
                                field boots-Sergios, Ariats
                                helmet-GPA
                                Equitation is the definition of Elegance
                                Owner of one large and goofy Oldenburg and an adorable Dutch Warmblood

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                                • #56
                                  saddle- Courbette

                                  bridle- Crosby, HK - Bunch of various schooling bridles.

                                  girth- Courbette, bunch of fleece ones for schooling

                                  martingale (if have) NA

                                  horse boots- Beval, Dover, Professional choice, Keiffer, and a bunch of various splints etc.

                                  field boots- They are old Italian leather but have no idea of the brand, old and comfy!

                                  helmet- GPA, ATH, and schooling helmets

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                                  • #57
                                    saddle- Prestige Joy Jumper
                                    bridle- HDR
                                    girth- Prestige
                                    martingale (if have) none
                                    horse boots- Woofs and then I dont know the brand for my leather open fronts
                                    field boots- Ariat challenges
                                    helmet-CO JR8

                                    That's just my h/j stuff that I actually use :]

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                                    • #58
                                      Interesting! I have a mix of nice and generic.

                                      saddle- Harry Dabbs A/O
                                      bridle- generic, eBay, like $25
                                      girth- generic, eBay, like $30
                                      horse boots- Professional's Choice
                                      field boots- Ariat Crowne Pro
                                      helmet- GPA Titanuim black stripe

                                      If the cheaper stuff could ever fit me right, I'd go with that. Oh well.

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                                      • #59
                                        saddle- old Collegiate
                                        bridle- Collegiate
                                        girth- Toklat
                                        martingale (if have) don't use one
                                        horse boots- pony doesn't like boots
                                        field boots- Ariat Heritage
                                        helmet- GPA Titium

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                                        • #60
                                          saddle- Dominus
                                          bridle- Exselle, HDR, Crosby
                                          girth- Exselle, Shedrow
                                          martingale (if have)- Exselle, Crosby
                                          horse boots- Eskadron
                                          field boots- Ariat
                                          helmet- Gr8

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