What are your horsey must haves?? :)

Marchogaeth

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So this conversation came up at the yard today! and for me it's has to be my Spenger Bow Balence Stirrups, I love them! Don't think I'd ever go back now :)
So now I am wondering what are everyone eleses must haves? Luxurys or essentials, what horsey things do you love??

Hoping to get some ideas for my next "must have" ;) X
 

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Jeffries Biogrip reins, Eskadron shaped saddlecloths that rise slightly at the back and my Acavello Gel Out seatsaver.
 

Polos Mum

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My fields, with the cost of livery, not to mention crazy rules, other nutter or interfearing liveries !! I certainly couldn't be so happy and enjoy my horses as much without it1
 

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mane rake so i dont have to strip/pull his mane the long way
lightweight plastic stirrups
close contact stirrup leathers
Acavallo seat saver
Im quite easily pleased lol ;)
 

Lolo

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I reckon Al would say the shoulder savers, neckstraps, and a jump saddle that fits her and the horse (Albion Legend for Reg, not known for Smokes yet but hopefully of that ilk) :D
 

PingPongPony

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my HKM paris boots, love them so so much! They are the comfiest shoes I have ever had on my feet :D
And my shires sheepskin and gel half pad, again, sooo comfy :D
 

Achinghips

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My IW 511, made to measure saddle, biogrip reins and hosepipe with fab water pressure, ariats, wage... And my instructor !
 
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Cherrydan

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Grooming brushes, he would look like a tramp otherwise (skewbald), also he loves a groom, I love it when he grooms me back for payment....forget the schmancy stuff, basic brushes would do.x
 

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- Ariat Bromonts (absolutely in love with them and can't ride in anything else now)
- Eskadrom numnah (best numnah I've ever used)
- Snuggy hood (My absolute life saver- I have a grey andalusian with a long beautiful white mane who doesn't wear a neck rug in the winter :eek::eek:)
 

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Kay Humphries - no one understands a horses back like she does or can fit a saddle so your horse can move comfortably to the best of its ability. After Kay a good knowledgeable farrier is next on my list; thankfully I have one of those too.

Product wise I'm a big fan of pig oil especially in the winter.
 
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