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  • Horze 50% off sale

    I don't know how many people frequent the Eventing forum, but there are 2 threads going on about Horze.

    From now until the end of September (I think), everything at Horze is 50% off. Use code GREAT1 or AWESOME2 at checkout. Orders over $75 ship free to most places in the US.

    They appear to have some nice breeches and everyone seems to love their fleece dress sheets. Apparently bridle quality rivals or is better than Smartpak's two lower end bridle lines (Plymouth and Harwich). Just thought I'd let COTHers know!

    Oh, if anyone has reviews on Horze products, please post them!
    come what may

    Rest in peace great mare, 1987-2013

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    I received a text message from Horze over a month ago, letting me know they were running a 50% off special on everything for one day only (it was a Sunday). So I promptly ordered a rather expensive set of boots. And haven't received a single discount offer since! Hmpf! Maybe I'll just have to take advantage again with one of these 2 codes. Thanks for sharing!

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    • #3
      Thanks! Last year, I got one of the Avalanche fleece lined rain rugs. They are great, and shipped right away!
      In loving memory of Chutney (1977 - 2008)

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        #4
        The email I got wasn't actually from Horze. I'm not 100% sure where it was from. The other coupon code I found via COTH.
        come what may

        Rest in peace great mare, 1987-2013

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        • #5
          I was just looking at the closeouts.... I thought this fleece sheet would be cute for my new yearling.... I'm guessing it would be a liiiiiittle big! LOL!

          http://www.horze.com/Happy-Go-Lucky-...18&cgid=outlet

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RedmondDressage View Post
            I was just looking at the closeouts.... I thought this fleece sheet would be cute for my new yearling.... I'm guessing it would be a liiiiiittle big! LOL!

            http://www.horze.com/Happy-Go-Lucky-...18&cgid=outlet
            Really? that is a Euro size, size chart says it is equal to a 60"

            That would have been a little SMALL for mine when she was a yearling... but it might fit yours great
            APPSOLUTE CHOCKLATE - Photo by Kathy Colman

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            • #7
              Guess they don't want my money. I've tried 2 different cards, both with plenty of funds to cover my measly $40 order, and it won't accept either of them.

              The heck with it.

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              • #8
                I know it's wrong of me, but I get a fit of the giggles every time I think of buying something from a place pronounced 'whores'.
                Homeopathy claims water can cure you since it once held medicine. That's like saying you can get sustenance from an empty plate because it once held food.

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                • #9
                  I've liked their euro seat breeches quite well, not sure the model, but nice thick material, and cute too. I really like the sponge brush dealio I got from them too, handle is nice and heavy/substantial feeling. The itty bitty stirrup key chain was an impulse buy, so was the itty bitty curry comb key chain, lol..... too cute though!

                  Too bad i've no use for new clothes.... or rather no room! Sigh.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by saje View Post
                    Guess they don't want my money. I've tried 2 different cards, both with plenty of funds to cover my measly $40 order, and it won't accept either of them.

                    The heck with it.

                    Are you entering your credit card number? They are a finnish company and your credit card may block you from spending money out of the country.
                    http://weanieeventer.blogspot.com/

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by SAcres View Post
                      I don't know how many people frequent the Eventing forum, but there are 2 threads going on about Horze.

                      From now until the end of September (I think), everything at Horze is 50% off. Use code GREAT1 or AWESOME2 at checkout. Orders over $75 ship free to most places in the US.

                      They appear to have some nice breeches and everyone seems to love their fleece dress sheets. Apparently bridle quality rivals or is better than Smartpak's two lower end bridle lines (Plymouth and Harwich). Just thought I'd let COTHers know!

                      Oh, if anyone has reviews on Horze products, please post them!
                      Beware- you can only use the GREAT1 code once during this sale period. I ordered a bunch of things- (breeeches, whip, numnah pad) which arrived within 48hrs and were quite nice.. so... I decided to try more but the code would not work a second time around. Just sayin- if you are ordering- order everything at once.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Pa Rural View Post
                        Beware- you can only use the GREAT1 code once during this sale period. I ordered a bunch of things- (breeeches, whip, numnah pad) which arrived within 48hrs and were quite nice.. so... I decided to try more but the code would not work a second time around. Just sayin- if you are ordering- order everything at once.
                        Happened to me too, I just used a different email. Same card and name and everything.

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                        • #13
                          Really? that is a Euro size, size chart says it is equal to a 60"

                          That would have been a little SMALL for mine when she was a yearling... but it might fit yours great

                          Ohhhhhh LOL... Size chart/reading comprehension fail! I was thinking 105"! I was like holy crap! Too bad, a 60" is probably to small for my guy. The 70" I bought is a bit large, unfortunately my local tack shop didn't have anything smaller. I'm thinking he needs a 66" or 68". Booo, it would be so perfect for my little prince with the crowns!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by GoForAGallop View Post
                            Happened to me too, I just used a different email. Same card and name and everything.
                            You are correct!! Just used the DH's email

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by saje View Post
                              Guess they don't want my money. I've tried 2 different cards, both with plenty of funds to cover my measly $40 order, and it won't accept either of them.

                              The heck with it.
                              I had the same thing but finally it worked. Awesome2 didn't work properly but I think it's fixed now.
                              "Those who know the least often know it the loudest."

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                              • #16
                                DO you get an additional 50% off if it's already 50% off? They have some full seated breeches that are $59 and 50% off. Would I get them for $25?

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                                • #17
                                  What do you all think of the various dressage girths on offer? In your experience, do anatomical girths really make a difference?

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                                  • #18
                                    Oh man, you shouldn't have told me. It IS 50% off everything. If you put in the code first, you can see it as you order.

                                    I just got:
                                    Georgueze Bridle nice bridle for $17, so got 2
                                    Laced Leather Reins $15
                                    Horze Multi-Stretch Riding Gloves $7
                                    Horze Active women's Full-Seat Breeches $36
                                    Horze Active women's Full-Seat Breeches $36
                                    Horze Braided Lead $4.50
                                    Halter $7
                                    Horze Savannah Dressage Saddle Pad $19
                                    Horze Imitation Fur Pad $10 for an extra spine pad, so I got two
                                    Horze Prinze Dressage Saddle Pad $18
                                    Horze Prinze Dressage Saddle Pad $18
                                    Horze Toulouse Saddle Pad $21

                                    $230 for two bridles, reins, gloves, two pair of full seat breeches, a halter and lead, four good quality dressage pads, and two spine pads. That's pretty good. No shipping charge.



                                    mayhew--I like the girths, especially if you have a touchy horse. I had one with major issues and got one of the CAir $200 girths on horseloverz for $50. I also got some super nice leather ones there that were $150 girths for about $35, and I think they fit really nice.

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by Beentheredonethat View Post
                                      DO you get an additional 50% off if it's already 50% off? They have some full seated breeches that are $59 and 50% off. Would I get them for $25?
                                      Some sizes & colors are 50% off without the code, and they will NOT be another 50% off. Would've been awesome, but no

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                                      • #20
                                        Thanks for posting this!
                                        I just got a great deal : bought 3 avalanche rain sheets and 1 back on track fleece for just $338.

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