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Down Under Saddle Supply
$73.00
The popular Barcoo style, supplied with matching reins.
Kimberley Saddlery
$73.00
Specially designed to fit Australian saddles. Soft leather with wool felt lining and brass fittings.
Kimberley Saddlery
$82.00
Rear cinch, ideal for any horn Aussie saddle. Comes complete with attached billet straps. Made with brass buckles, gold stitching and fully lined with suede leather.
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$69.00
The X-Large Hunt Flask, fits up to a 24 fl oz bottle. This can attach to Australian, English, or Western Saddles. This listing is for the leather carrier only.
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$69.00
Soft Leather horn bags are 11" deep, 6" wide with a 2 1/2" gusset. Bags come in solid colors, two tone like in picture are not available at this time.
Down Under Saddle Supply
$69.00
A soft traditional Australian saddle pad that we have sold for many years, made of pure new wool with tabs and ties to connect to your saddle to reduce the possibility of saddle pad slippage. Size is 28 long x 36 wide.
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$69.00
This stirrup can offer a great advantage to beginner riders to help keep the correct form. The stirrups have a 5 degree camber downward to help keep those heels down. There is also the traditional Aussie Safety curve to make a hang-up much less likely...
Down Under Saddle Supply
$61.00
Sturdy aluminum stirrups with leather tread. 5 inches wide by 2 inches deep. Neutral leather tread.
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$59.00
These Cruppers are best used when on those downhill trail rides on our more round four-legged friends. Also a necessary piece of tack for mules. Because we are trying to accommodate a wider variety of shapes and sizes, there is a longer connection strap...
Kimberley Saddlery
$59.00
The extended head barcoo is the same as the barcoo bridle, except with an additional, extended strap going over the horses head. Supplied complete with leather reins.
Down Under Saddle Supply
$59.00
A superior, non-slip polished four bar steel stirrup. Tough as they come. Ideal for harsh weather conditions and will keep your boots clear of mud. This is the standard stirrup for all leather Kimberley and Down Under saddles. 4.75 inches wide, 2.75...
Kimberley Saddlery
$58.00
Leather pull-up strap and leather trimmed with soft fleece underside, makes this girth light in weight and extremely comfortable for the horse. Girth width: 4 inches, inside buckle width: 1.25 inches.
Exmoor English Raised Pelham Bridle Black Side
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Marchog Tack
$87.00 $52.20
Sale! Save 40%! Features a raised brow band and caveson with double reins. Fitted with quick release snaps on the cheek strap. Black or Brown. (Full Size only)
Down Under Saddle Supply
$49.00
Oxbow style aluminum stirrups. Super sturdy by very light weight. 5 inches wide, 2 inches deep, 2.1 lbs.
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$49.00
The Bell Brady Stirrup is a newer edition to the standard Australian Brady Oxbow. This stirrup has a flat foot tread with an inside measurement of 4 7/8" and a height clearance of 5 1/8". These stirrups are made from cast aluminum for both strength and...
Down Under Saddle Supply
$49.00
Super soft felt girth with suede leather ends, brass buckles and nylon webbing reinforced. This is a dressage style girth made for saddles with two billet straps on each side (like the Kimberley Lite Rider or the Down Under Longreach Endurance). Sizes...
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$49.00
The Jumbo Juicer attaches to the front or back of just about any saddle. This container can carry a standard 1 liter bottle.
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$49.00
A Small Leather Bag perfect for just a sandwich. The bag itself is partitioned.
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$49.00
Traditional 4 buckle neoprene girth with strap attached for a standard Australian Over-girth. Comes in Black or Brown.
The Australian Stock Saddle Company
$49.00
Western style girth with neoprene, specifically for use with the Tackaberry system as the on-side d-ring does not have a tongue to interfere with the Tackaberry buckle.