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  • Question -- what products would you endorse?

    I'm starting this thread to give us a place to support the horsie products (basically everything but saddles as that's a whole 'nother wall of wax) that we have, use and like. It's always useful to know what other people think are good products.

    Put the name of the product in the title.

    I'll start on next post.
  • Original Poster

    #2
    H.S. Bow balance stirrups

    Two thumbs up for these! In the past, I've used regular HS, MDCs and Royal Riders. These are by far the best stirrup (George Morris is shooting me daggers right now.) They are very comfortable (not sure if it's the wideness of the foot pad or what), with a perfect amount of "flex" and the weird shape seems to put the stirrups exactly under the ball of my foot the way it should. I tend to fuss a bit with other stirrups, constantly searching for the 'sweet spot.' These are worth the extra bucks IMHO.

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    • #3
      Easyboot Epics

      Incredibly good fit on my mule, Fenway Bartholomule, and easy to put on and remove. Two thumbs and four hooves up.
      My ears hear a symphony of two mules, trains, and rain. The best is always yet to come, that's what they explained to me. —Bob Dylan

      Fenway Bartholomule ♥ Arrietty G. Teaspoon Brays Of Our Lives

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      • #4
        Wintec girths

        They are the only kind I will buy. They have stainless buckles which never rust, they are cleaned easily and seem to last FOREVER. I have some that are almost 10 years old. Will never, EVER buy another leather girth.
        Donerail Farm
        www.donerailfarm.com
        http://donerailfarm.wordpress.com/

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        • #5
          Davis poultice boot

          I have these in two sizes. They are great for not only poulticing (abscess, etc) but I can also put one on a horse with a bandaged foot. Protects the bandage enough so they can be turned out in round pen and not have to be locked in a stall. Saves me a lot of time. Also good if you have a tenderfooted horse lose a shoe, until the shoer can come.
          Donerail Farm
          www.donerailfarm.com
          http://donerailfarm.wordpress.com/

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          • #6
            Rambo Supreme sheets/blankets

            Perfect for the always-raining temperate climate where my guy lives out 24/7 in a herd. Fits the TB well, lasts forever, stands up to vigorous play, stays waterproof (follow instructions for washing).

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            • #7
              cyndi --

              on the Dover site the Davis boots are available in 'medium' and 'large'. Any comment on how those sizes run, since there are more than 2 sizes of equine foot????
              I tolerate all kinds of animal idiosyncrasies.
              I've found that I don't tolerate people idiosyncrasies as well. - Casey09

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              • #8
                Calm Coat

                For it's amazing hair regrowth capabilities.

                It's great for little scrapes and rubs that take off the hair!
                ~* Be kind to one another *~

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                • #9
                  The Rambo blankets rock.

                  My boy has had zero shoulder rubs from his Rambo. His weatherbetta gives hims rubs.

                  I am replacing all his turnout blankets with Rambo's next year. He has a heavy weight rambo. I will get a light weight and medium weight rambo for him this spring for next year. His Weatherbeeta can go in the extra pile that we have at the farm.
                  OTTB - Hurricane Denton - Kane - the big dog!
                  Tuggy - RIP 9/12/2016 - Wait for me at the bridge
                  Foster LolaMaria AKA LolaBean (Boxer)

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                  • #10
                    Bossy's Bibs! for no more blanket rubs ...

                    I have used them myself with terrific success and love selling the product! Its gratifying hearing from everyone that thinks as highly of them as I do !

                    www.bossysbibs.com
                    www.TrueColoursFarm.com
                    www.truecoloursproducts.com

                    True Colours Farm on Facebook

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                    • #11
                      Back on Track

                      I've used their products both on horses and myself. I have seen and felt marked improvement when using them and would readily endorse them to anyone.
                      Leap, and the net will appear

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                      • #12
                        Quick Fix Halter Snap

                        by Triple E Mfg

                        Absolutely cheap, brilliant and quick to fix broken halters yourself (when the throat latch snap gets broken)

                        At 2.50 each, Ive gone through probably a dozen of them in the last year as opposed to sending the halter in and paying $15.00 or $20.00 a halter to have them fix it for me

                        Huge thumbs up for this product!
                        www.TrueColoursFarm.com
                        www.truecoloursproducts.com

                        True Colours Farm on Facebook

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                        • #13
                          Show Sheen coat polish & Endure Flyspray

                          Show Sheen is absolutely brilliant for keeping manes and tails detangled and dirt from sticking the coat.

                          Endure Flyspray by Farnum is even effective against the mutant monster flies we get here in the southeastern US.
                          "My biggest fear is that when I die my husband is going to try to sell all my horses and tack for what I told him they cost."

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                          • #14
                            Cowboy Magic Detangler

                            OMG, how did I have horses so long and not know what a fabulous product this is?! It's WAY better than Show Sheen (sorry PRS, I didn't mean to slam your selection, but it's actually good for their hair). I swear, it made quick work on a tail that recently came to me just like a baseball bat.
                            Y'all ain't right!

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                            • Original Poster

                              #15
                              Eco Gold Saddle Pads

                              the only pads that have worked for my assymetrical mare. They DO stay in place, as advertised, and their shimming system helps me balance out the saddle. Since she's very "one-sided," they even made a therapeutic pad that only had 'stuffing' in one side. Pricey, but worth it IMHO.

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                              • #16
                                Me? Dale Chavez, Silver Royal, Royal Mesa, Billy Cook, Kathy's, Stubben, Cowboy magic, to name a few.
                                "If you don't know where you are going, any road will take you there"

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                                • #17
                                  Woodland!

                                  Dale Chavez, the only western saddle I have ever ridden in that I could stand was a Dale Chavez equitation saddle.. it was lovely. $$$$$$ which is why it does not reside w/me!

                                  What would I endorse? What I do already LOL

                                  Uckele, Horsetech, Progressive Feeds
                                  "Kindness is free" ~ Eurofoal
                                  ---
                                  The CoTH CYA - please consult w/your veterinarian under any and all circumstances.

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                                  • #18
                                    Big D blankets
                                    Stubben bridles
                                    Triple Crown multi vits and minerals
                                    Eskadron boots
                                    Proud member of People Who Hate to Kill Wildlife clique

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                                    • #19
                                      Hmmm... I'd endorse

                                      Stubben saddles
                                      Kieffer saddles
                                      Schneider's blankets
                                      Dover's Northwind blanket line
                                      Smartpak brand stuff (supps, blankets, etc. LOVE the company)
                                      Flex-Force HA (it works, it really truly works )

                                      and

                                      EqTrainer . Her opinions are usually dead-on and she's been a HUGE help with helping me get weight on my IR horse. So, I'd gladly endorse her... if that's possible. Can you endorse a person?

                                      Oh, and I'd endorse EqTrainer's list too. I use stuff from all three companies (Uckele, HorseTech and Progressive). But if I'm endorsing her, I'd be endorsing them too, right?
                                      Proud owner of Gus & Gringo.
                                      See G2's blog
                                      Photos

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                                      • #20
                                        Rambo blankets
                                        Der Dau riding boots
                                        Pikeur breeches
                                        Effax Lederbalsam
                                        Keratex hoof hardener

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