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Wish List

A list of all the things I have my eye on for future purchase! 

Amazingly enough this list is dwindling. When I first started purchasing things for my dressage pony I had a huge thing for saddle pads and I think part of it was that they were affordable and fun. Since I've been able to save up and purchase nicer equipment such as saddles, bridles, girths etc as well as building up a nice saddle pad collection I've become more interested in nice riding clothes. Now that's a lot of what's on my list but some of the other more "silly" items here are things I'll slowly save up for as well.

B Vertigo Breeches

I don't think I'll end up purchasing other high quality breeches at this point since these are just my favorite. Between the amazing fit, craftsmanship, and material used I'm a huge B Vertigo fangirl.

These are all $180 and up so definitely something to save up for!

Dress Boots
With pony's small roundish sides typically dressage dress boots would make it really tough for me to the right amount of contact with her sides but it would be nice to have a pair of dress boots vs. field boots. I'll probably find something more catered to jumpers with a softer calf just so that I can really get my leg around my pony.

Asmar Long Sleeve T
I have one of these but have been wanting another, in Navy for a REALLY long time. It just hasn't happened yet but it's on the list.

Nice Brush Set
I'm totally ogling a set of these brushes with the colored leather custom hand straps

Another Bridle
Certainly not anytime soon but at some point I'd really love to have another bridle. I think bridles are gorgeous things and when I was purchasing my PS of Sweden Flying Change bridle I really waffled between that one and the Chameleon. At some point it would be fun to have both!

Of course now that I have a PS of Sweden bridle and another on my wishlist I'd love to get more of their Clickit browbands. I did get a couple more recently but one can never have too many sparkly browbands!

Back On Track Quickwraps
I've also wanted these for a really long time and not that long ago Horze was having an amazing sale on them. Alas, they just weren't on my list of needed items, only wanted so I held off.


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