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Forum: Dressage
 Topic: Charlotte wow! 94%
Charlotte wow! 94% [message #3265582] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:22
  comic  
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Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue

Did you see their Kur score! Far out.
Re: Charlotte wow! 94% [message #3265584 is a reply to message #3265582 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:32
  Prince Ali  
Messages: 2916
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Location: EA/Surf Coast
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Amazing Surprised
Re: Charlotte wow! 94% [message #3265593 is a reply to message #3265584 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:24
  Bats79  is currently offline Bats79  
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Re: Charlotte wow! 94% [message #3265597 is a reply to message #3265582 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:47
  chopin is currently online chopin  
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awesome horse and rider for sure Very Happy
Forum: Breeds
 Topic: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3265602 is a reply to message #350 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:42
anna salisbury  is currently offline anna salisbury  
Messages: 15
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if anyone is looking for a broodmare , we have one here for sale Arabian pony broodmare perfect for anyone wanting to breed quality Arabian ponies
For sale swiftwood estrella , APF -2980, 63.6% Arabian around 13hh. Sire- Wildon impressive dam- sharinga karioca. Has had 2 lovely fillies for us. Beautiful mare easy to handle $2000 hard sale but must sell

Forum: Jumping
 Topic: Is 14 too old?
Is 14 too old? [message #3265591] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:17
  lorijade99  is currently offline lorijade99  
Messages: 33
Registered: August 2013
Level 4
Im currently looking for an eventer for a 15 year old girl who wants to go up the pony club grades, and maybe eventually to EA level. The horse we are currently interested in turns 14 this year, is that too old to be jumping 90cm+, and doing dressage moves? How many years do you think the horse would last eventing at that level? Thanks in advance Smile

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Re: Is 14 too old? [message #3265606 is a reply to message #3265591 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 13:08
  myhorseisfinn is currently online myhorseisfinn  
Messages: 1063
Registered: May 2012
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I bought a 16 year old horse as my first eventer to go up the grades when i was 13, he hadn't jumped before so the first few years were spent on experience and low level pc. Went up to grade 2 when he was 18, and grade 1/PN when he was 19. Ive stopped jumping my boy at 19, but had he been a few years younger when I bought him (i.e. 14) i feel like i could've reached our full potential.

Its all dependant on the specific horse. 14 years old seems to be the prime age for people to sell their well seasoned horses onto some more inexperienced riders to take those riders up the grades. I think 13/14 is an appropriate age for what you're asking for Smile

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Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Recovering from back breaks?
Re: Recovering from back breaks? [message #3265569 is a reply to message #3264372 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:15
  Dharma  is currently offline Dharma  
Messages: 619
Registered: November 2008
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Goode wrote on Fri, 10 April 2015 13:56

Once the initial inflammation has died down, Pilates with a physio who does reformer work, plus can send you home with stuff to do. Posture is everything. Also, connecting your brain to the area to help it heal with a good kinesiologist, or chirp who does similar work (not crack), I like Bliss Chiropractic in Mentone.

Sleep with a pillow under your tummy or hip (if you lie on your side) which will help keep pressure off your spine. Drink lots of water and be kind to yourself. Don't rush (and that's the pot calling the kettle black).

Good luck and get well soon xx


Agree with the pilates. I did L1/L2 in 1986 back then I was 3 months in hospital which included 8 weeks lying on my back and then learning to walk, when I left hospital no continuation of physio therapy or follow up at all. It took 2 years to walk unaided with no help from any professional. Back then we don't have what we have now in after care.

I do have spinal cord damage with around 50% loss of use of muscles below the waist and had to learn to walk again, I can't run or jump or tippy toe and have a permanent limp. I can't mount "up" but use a high mounting block to go down or across onto my ponies back.

I have scarring around my spinal cord which causes nerve pain, I lived with that for about 20 years until a doctor finally put me on Neurontin and saved my sanity from constant nerve pain and finally getting a full nights sleep.

Taking up pilates a couple of years ago improved my walking and riding enormously like no other exercise I have done in my life time and I have tried and done a few. Core strength is the most important thing whether you have a spinal injury or not. Find a professional who maybe also is a physio therapist to help you until you know what you are doing so you don't hurt yourself.

I also use red light therapy torch for any soft tissue pain I have in the area if I accidentally strain myself. Works a treat.



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 Topic: Malignant Lymphoma Tumours in Dogs
Re: Malignant Lymphoma Tumours in Dogs [message #3265585 is a reply to message #3265397 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:37
  Dexy20  is currently offline Dexy20  
Messages: 645
Registered: May 2009
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Thankyou for your kind words everyone . Unfortunately I don't think we will have the time on our side to get to a specialist , he has deteriorated so rapidly in the last 48 hours I'm not sure how much longer I can take it before I make the call . We had an appointment for Monday morning for a few more scans and ultrasound , but I think it is too little too late . I can now feel tumours all through his groin as well 😞😞 he is off his food now and is beginning to give up . I Feel today might be the day 😢
Re: Malignant Lymphoma Tumours in Dogs [message #3265590 is a reply to message #3265585 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:16
  honeyjoy  
Messages: 12560
Registered: July 2007
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I'm sorry Dexy Sad
I hope you get some quality time with him today.
If it's going to be their last day, I let mine eat chocolate, cheese, ice cream, all the forbidden things, if he'll eat.
Hugs to you, sometimes we just don't get the time we want.
Re: Malignant Lymphoma Tumours in Dogs [message #3265595 is a reply to message #3265397 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:43
  chopin is currently online chopin  
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better a day too early than a day too late

very sorry to hear

just remember, you have given him a great life

 Topic: Torn
Re: Torn [message #3265571 is a reply to message #3265517 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:41
  madsyoudork  
Messages: 2398
Registered: February 2009
Location: LEG
Stark, Raving Bonkers
I really like what Di said .... i get upset sometimes with people who look at my dogs and say 'Oh I'd only ever rescue a dog' and frequently they are people who don't even own dogs and have no business taking on tricky rescue cases with difficult histories.

I think people SHOULD rescue, absolutely but if you decide a reputable breeder is the better option then Di is right- you're part of the solution.

When I was ready to get my puppy last year I thought seriously- I needed something good with a small dog, cats and horses, something that my small dog would be happy with, and frankly I did not want an older dog after losing two in less than a year. I knew I wanted a standard poodle and they don't pop up in shelters often, so I went with a reputable breeder. He has a life time full money back guarantee which I love knowing he has somewhere good to go if something happened to me, he's very healthy, the breeder worked to pick the most appropriate puppy in the litter for my life style (low energy- mostly lol- calmer, male who would be submissive with my little dog) so he was the right choice.

I think some rescues have to do a much better job of selecting homes for dogs. I keep seeing train wrecks. Kelpies in the suburbs, mastiff/staffy crosses going to first time owners ... just highly inappropriate for all involved, all for the sake of rehoming as many as possible. People need to know their limits.

In a different stage of life, if I didn't have a small dog, cats, horses and the knowledge that I don't have the skills for a dog with behaviour issues I would reduce, but no matter what choice you make please don't let anyone make you feel guilty.
Re: Torn [message #3265580 is a reply to message #3265517 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:19
  cheveauxpark  
Messages: 13445
Registered: April 2008
Location: kooweerup
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
I figure breeders will always have dogs available at stages but the rescue muttly doesnt have TIME as a rule.

Our rescue Pippy via Harmony Reins today proved she was a definate gem take home dog..she warded off a Kestral trying to grab a tiny Modern Game rooster in his pen early this morning.
Pippy was hell bent none of her lil feathered mates were being taken...the comotion Pipster made woke everyone up...we found her jumping up at the Kestral as she/he landed on the clothes line at intervals.
Go Pipster Smile

Have no idea of what Pips is crossed with. Confused Confused Confused

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Re: Torn [message #3265586 is a reply to message #3265580 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:41
  Gesta  
Messages: 977
Registered: June 2006
Location: Bunyip E.C.
Level 1 - Advanced
I got my last two dogs from border collie rescue. One came directly from the previous owner who had realised that despite her best efforts suburbia was no place for a young BC. So I got full history, and a lovely well trained and well adjusted dog.

The other had been picked up from the pound and fostered by one of their experienced carers. So again I got a great run down on the dog's temperament and training, how he interacted with other dogs, even with horses and livestock.

So if you go with the right rescue group you will get far more insight than even with a puppy.
Re: Torn [message #3265587 is a reply to message #3265517 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:50
  chopin is currently online chopin  
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some really great replies here, happy to see.

Had similar talk with some friends recently, she wanted another terrier after losing hers to snake bite early this year, my mum said go get a rescue, she said she wanted a well bred pure bred with no issues, she is good with dogs, they are well behaved but she didn't want to take on someone else's problem, my mum has had all types, poodles from breeders, dogs from rescues, free dogs from drover who used to pass by and his dog got too old for the work, so mum took him on.

Our border collie x kelpie loves our farm life, doesnt chase the horses or birds, tries for bunnies, but too slow now. Our old heeler x was from the above drover's dog, she was great just like her dad.

inlaws are useless with their dogs, german short haired pointers, do nothing with them, so they go off hunting all the time.

Every person/dog combination needs to be thought out carefully, and if you really do your homework, either rescue and/or breeders are the go.

Good luck with whatever you choose.
Re: Torn [message #3265604 is a reply to message #3265517 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:51
  Delilah  is currently offline Delilah  
Messages: 595
Registered: March 2014
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Personally my partner and I have said that we will only have rescue dogs from now on. We already have one rescue and he has the most character of them all. Just doesnt feel right getting one from a breeder when there are so many perfectly good ones sitting in pounds or shelters or being euthanased. Just my personal opinion. Good luck whatever you decide. 😊
 Topic: Where do you fit all your horse clothes?
Where do you fit all your horse clothes? [message #3265589] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:12
  Cameo  
Messages: 1341
Registered: July 2011
Completely Insane
I am spending all day cleaning out my wardrobe today and getting rid of a lot of stuff that has just accumulated. I want to completely declutter my room (/life Rolls Eyes Laughing) so unless I have worn it or used it in the last two months out it goes.
My problem is I have enough trouble trying to fit my 'normal' clothes in - work clothes, house clothes, summer and winter and then going out stuff (I live in the suburbs and none of my friends here are horsey so I have very split stuff).
Then I have my riding stuff - nice tops, joddies, pairs of boots, gaitors and chaps, summer thin jackets, thick winter jackets, and then the stuff I can't really throw because I do use it - old tops donated to riding gear for days when I'm just washing dirty horses or cleaning out tack rooms/stables, or dying manes/tails. I also have old pairs of joddies, which still fit and are in good riding condition they just aren't my new good ones so I save them for young horses or days like the above.
Problem is I have NOWHERE to put them, at the moment they are just on my closet floor in bags but I really want to get everything off the floor.
Because we aren't on a property there's no 'room' or area or even space on the verandah for boots/jackets and my mother hates all dirty horse stuff so it must stay in my room.

Where do you guys keep /how do you fit in your riding/horsey gear? Any good storage solutions? Sad


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Re: Where do you fit all your horse clothes? [message #3265596 is a reply to message #3265589 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:46
  chopin is currently online chopin  
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IKEA

plenty of tubs

could you put your cleaning type riding clothes in a tub where your horse is kept?

those vacuum type bags for off season clothes
Re: Where do you fit all your horse clothes? [message #3265599 is a reply to message #3265589 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:01
  my_horses  is currently offline my_horses  
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I seasonaly try and pack almost everything non seasonal away. Eg in summer excluding a couple of jumpers and a jacket all winter stuff goes away. I just use suitcases and tuck them away under the bed. We struggle hugely with storage, no where to put anything but I try lol


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Re: Where do you fit all your horse clothes? [message #3265603 is a reply to message #3265599 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:43
  patsy  is currently offline patsy  
Messages: 3409
Registered: April 2006
Location: Gembrook
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I've got a "my riding clothes" wardrobe

And of course its chockers.

The only part of my clothes life, that is organised Rolls Eyes



Sometimes I get my ambitions & my abilities confused
Re: Where do you fit all your horse clothes? [message #3265605 is a reply to message #3265589 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:53
  Scarlett  
Messages: 11371
Registered: August 2006
Location: Acheron Valley ARC
Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
I don't have that problem.....I've hardly got any clothes Laughing
Re: Where do you fit all your horse clothes? [message #3265609 is a reply to message #3265603 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 13:46
  Cameo  
Messages: 1341
Registered: July 2011
Completely Insane
patsy wrote on Sun, 19 April 2015 12:43

I've got a "my riding clothes" wardrobe

And of course its chockers.

The only part of my clothes life, that is organised Rolls Eyes





I think i need me one of these! Laughing
Might rip my ensuite out and make a whole horsey room! Shocked Mum would be so impressed Surprised


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Re: Where do you fit all your horse clothes? [message #3265610 is a reply to message #3265605 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 13:48
  Cameo  
Messages: 1341
Registered: July 2011
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Scarlett wrote on Sun, 19 April 2015 12:53

I don't have that problem.....I've hardly got any clothes Laughing


I'm jealous haha.. even with throwing so much out i can't seem to cut down anymore. It's not even like i have tons of lovely clothes, i'm just lazy so i probably haven't thrown anything in the last 5 years so a lot i wasn't even wearing.


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Forum: Advertising - Horses
 Topic: Supervised Lease Available - Geelong area
Supervised Lease Available - Geelong area [message #3265567] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:54
  ransom  is currently offline ransom  
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I am considering leasing my pony/galloway George to a competent and confident teen or young adult looking to do some regular riding without the outlay of purchasing a horse. He is based in the Geelong region and will stay in that district.

George is 10 years old, very well educated (level 1 - advanced HRCAV) has been extensively trained, competed and campaigned. He has plenty of showjumping and XC training, attending lots of clinics and lessons however has never been competed ODE. He genuinely loves jumping.

He is easy to catch, shoe,(but currently barefoot and shoes unlikely to be necessary through winter) float, handle and has a delightful personable and cheeky attitude. While he is extremely well educated and exposed, he does need a confident rider who is willing to learn to ride him.

Ideally, initially George will stay on agistment where I keep my two horses (torquay) so I can assist the new rider with weekly lessons and advice. I may be prepared to allow him to leave the agistment once I am confident the two have bonded.

The lease person will be expected to pay agistment, feed and upkeep. Some gear and rugs provided, and open to negotiation.

Please phone me if you are interested. Phone Megan 0414 818 880. Be prepared to chat about your experience and provide references. George is currently in light work with everything up to date.

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 Topic: reg pure bred arabian mare, 7yr old
Re: reg pure bred arabian mare, 7yr old [message #3265581 is a reply to message #3265006 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:21
  krystal99  
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 Topic: EOI: Offering my boy for lease
Re: EOI: Offering my boy for lease [message #3265598 is a reply to message #3265548 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:01
  cabrentnall  is currently offline cabrentnall  
Messages: 103
Registered: July 2013
Location: Bayswater
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martina wrote on Sat, 18 April 2015 21:47

Can you shrink him please ? Razz
Cheers MARTINA


haha but then I would be too big to ride him again! Razz


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 Topic: arabian pony broodmare
arabian pony broodmare [message #3265577] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:14
anna salisbury  is currently offline anna salisbury  
Messages: 15
Registered: May 2008
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Arabian pony broodmare perfect for anyone wanting to breed quality Arabian ponies
For sale swiftwood estrella 11yrs, APF -2980, 63.6% Arabian around 13hh. Sire- Wildon impressive dam- sharinga karioca. Has had 2 lovely fillies for us. Beautiful mare easy to handle $2000 must sell

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Re: arabian pony broodmare [message #3265588 is a reply to message #3265577 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:57
  chopin is currently online chopin  
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gorgeous Very Happy

similar to my aussie pony, Autumn, sadly over the rainbow bridge now, your pic bought back lovely memories Smile
Re: arabian pony broodmare [message #3265601 is a reply to message #3265588 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 12:40
anna salisbury  is currently offline anna salisbury  
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chopin wrote on Sun, 19 April 2015 10:57

gorgeous Very Happy

similar to my aussie pony, Autumn, sadly over the rainbow bridge now, your pic bought back lovely memories Smile


thankyou shes a beautiful mare, very hard sale!
 Topic: Flaxen chestnut pinto filly 15hh+
Re: Flaxen chestnut pinto filly 15hh+ [message #3265607 is a reply to message #3265027 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 13:35
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 Topic: EOI 2yo arabian pony fillie
EOI 2yo arabian pony fillie [message #3265611] Sun, 19 April 2015 13:51
anna salisbury  is currently offline anna salisbury  
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EOI -Clintana tutti frutti (pending) Arabian pony. sire- Wyann Coconut dam- Swiftwood estrella , 2yo , around 12.2hh buckskin filly. ready to go on with , big mover! beautiful fillie wasting away in a paddock. $1500ono
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Forum: Advertising - Commercial
 Topic: BAXTER TRAILER SALES
Re: BAXTER TRAILER SALES [message #3265557 is a reply to message #3199481 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 07:10
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 Topic: BAXTER HORSE FLOAT HIRE $75.00 - 24 HOURS
Re: BAXTER HORSE FLOAT HIRE $75.00 - 24 HOURS [message #3265558 is a reply to message #2902094 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 07:11
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 Topic: Pony club show jump..small spread...used.
Re: Pony club show jump..small spread...used. [message #3265583 is a reply to message #3263666 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 10:29
  cheveauxpark  
Messages: 13445
Registered: April 2008
Location: kooweerup
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Jump set...
you get two horse head wings and 2 poles.
30-60-90cm height.
2.4m poles.
Not light to handle tho you can carry a wing its rather heavy.
$150 pickup Kooweerup Vic.

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 Topic: Equidae Advertisement
Re: Equidae Advertisement [message #3265594 is a reply to message #3263693 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 11:41
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 Topic: LEASE PADDOCK OR CHEAP AGISTMENT FOR TWO GELDINGS WANTED
Re: LEASE PADDOCK OR CHEAP AGISTMENT FOR TWO GELDINGS WANTED [message #3265614 is a reply to message #3258204 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 14:09
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Forum: Advertising - Noncommercial
 Topic: Kieffer Lech Pro
Re: Kieffer Lech Pro [message #3265554 is a reply to message #3265167 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 02:01
  Neddy  
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 Topic: 2 horse wide bodied extended float for sale
Re: 2 horse wide bodied extended float for sale [message #3265561 is a reply to message #3265016 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 08:05
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 Topic: Weetherbeater Oricon 5"6 heavy weight
Re: Weetherbeater Oricon 5"6 heavy weight [message #3265568 is a reply to message #3264308 ] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:12
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 Topic: LOTS OF COB SIZE GEAR 4 SALE
LOTS OF COB SIZE GEAR 4 SALE [message #3265570] Sun, 19 April 2015 09:19
  shazza_109  
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Location: Moorooduc
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HORSE GEAR SALE

Postage of item(s) are at a extra cost.
Pick-up most welcomed.
Located in Frankston!

My mobile number is 0429 107 990



6’0 RUGS
1 WeatherBeeta Original combo 1200D, fill 220 (Red and reddish brown, worn by Niabi 2 weeks before her passing, still in brand new condition, paid $170) Bargain at $100
1 fleece rug (Maroon) $15


HOODS/NECK
1 NEW zilco Summer COB hood (green/black/white) $40
1 NEW Kool coat summer COB hood (Light blue) $40
1 fleece pull-over neck rug COB (Navy) $35
1 fleece hood COB (Popcorn yellow and navy) $20

TAIL BAGS
1 NEW WeatherBeeta waterproof Tail bag (Navy) $20

COB BIBS
2 Navy bibs, satin lined (Wore slightly, but still useable) $5
1 Fluro orange bib, has guitars and stars printed $15

BOOTS
COB Polar fleece boots (2) (Red and Navy) $25
COB Bell boots, rubber with fleece lining (Black) $15
COB front splint boots (Blue) $15

BRIDLES + REINS
1 NEW plain show Leather reins (Beautifully soft) $100
1 COB brown leather bridle, older style, needs an oil $15
1 black flat browband $10

SADDLE BLANKETS
1 NEW AP two toned baby blue $30
1 AP Navy and light blue $20
1 AP 3 toned colored (Pale yellow/grey/Blue) $20

EXTRAS
1 Purple small wheelie bins, on wheels, no lock $8
2 small coloured wheelie bins, on wheels and can be locked with a padlock $10
1 NEW PONY fluro candy color halter and lead $10
1 NEW Black draw reins $30
1 custom mix pure M.S.M powder, missing 7 teaspoons from bag. Natural pain relief and helps with joints $45
1 Navy Show Jacket, double vented with gold buttons, Size 14 $50
1 Monty Roberts book $5
1 NEW Riders Diary, never written in. $25


Shannon.

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Niabi - Appaloosa X Arab (5/9/1991 - 1/8/2014)
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