I've had horses my entire life. I've been solely responsible for paying for my own horse and horse gear for 10 years. I always figured that the longer I had horses and the more stuff I got, the less I would need/want. Why o'why does it not work that way? I have stuff. Lots and lots of stuff. But there is still an always growing list of stuff I need/want.
For Christmas I really would like it if Santa could express ship me a custom Devoucoux (with a forward flap that magically fit my crazy hard to fit horse).
|Ideally in black with silver piping!|
Since that is not going to happen I do have some more reasonable wishlist items:
Every pair of breeches Aztec Diamond makes.
|I can't figure out why it's blurry, it's not until I upload it :(|
|But especially these!|
A PS of Sweden Breastplate. My mom has said once I get a saddle she will order me one. My mama is the best mama! I'd also like one of their bridles (maybe my birthday?)
|So purdy! Must have!|
A FITS Zephyr show coat. Because it's mesh and breathes! And it's still so classy looking. A local tack store just had a wicked sale and I managed to snag this coat for 50% off. Merry Christmas to me!
Ecogold cross country boots. I like to support Canadian companies and I like science based facts. So win/win here.
|Watch the axe test video!|
|Why is everything I want so pricey?!?|
In all reality, I need nothing except saddles that fit my horse. All spending money is going o be funneled into that endeavor for the foreseeable future. Add that to the fact that the Boy and I are trying to purchase and acreage and I have a feeling these are all going to live on my list for awhile. It's nice to dream though.