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For all Clearance Area articles we sell at the end of the year. Trademarks are an integrated element because the pricing range between similar products is so different. Semitrailers are thoroughly tested for security before shipping, before they leave and upon returning each test and are available with a pre-authorized Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Cash or Store Credit for the full amount of the product(s) plus GST on approval.
Direct debit for evaluation versions - Maximum $500, 10% processing charge for returns. You must enter into a test arrangement that sets out the requirements for the entire test phase before the saddle(s) leaves the store for testing. Objects shall be deemed to have been purchased after expiry of the negotiation date. Finished (sold) tests are the definitive sales.
At the shop we are accepting Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Cash, Debit, Store Credit or Tack Collector Gift Cards. Any and all purchases are definitive and all products are for sale without guarantee. English, West and all horse-related articles are accepted. Articles in good shape and tidy are selling at better price. English, West and other horse-related articles are accepted.
Articles in good shape and tidy are sold at better price. Only the sender specified in the agreement has access to information on the bank accounts and the collection of funds or objects. A 24 hour cancellation in writing is necessary and a minimum administration charge will be made. The goods will only be cleared to the senders specified in the agreement if no precautions have been taken.
Consider giving articles to the latest "Pay it Forward" organization to use or sell for resources. In addition, clearance area Items which expire twice a year (February & July) are sponsored. If your association, group or ambulance could use these donations, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Will you help unlucky ponies and humans? Tell us what your group needs and we will contact you when these objects are given. The Tack Collector Gift Cards are available in any face value. We' re happy to help you find what's best for you, your horse(s) and your riding condition and do our best to give you useful information to help you find a product, rating, application and recommendation.
7-day evaluation versions are available for most products except Clearance Area products that are sold definitively with a pre-authorized Visa, MasterCard, Amex or Cash for the full amount of the item(s) to be tested. Direct debit for evaluation versions - Maximum $500, 10% processing charge for returns. You must enter into a test arrangement that sets out the requirements for the entire test phase before the saddle(s) leaves the store for testing.
At the end of the negotiation period, all articles are deemed to have been purchased. We must receive the track ing-number before the date of the test version returning. Any and all purchases are definitive and all products are for sale without guarantee. This information allows us to quickly limit the searching for what is appropriate for you and your horse.
To achieve a certain degree of consistence within all makes, age, and condition of the saddle, we measured in inch as follows: Saddle width: 2? from top to bottom and 1? from the front (without the thickness) of the saddle and then to the same place on the other side.
The point-to-point measurements are not used because we have found that the "point-to-point" positions are very uneven (not all seats have them either) and are usually very high on the plate, recessed at different points from seat to seat and in the plate, so that it is broader than it really is.
In order to help us limit the searching, please give a measure of your horse (as shown below) as well as information about the covers that work (and do not work). There should be enough space for the thumb turn of the nut above the pommel and not close to the sides to squeeze the pommel.
For a sitting horseman there should be a minimum of 2 finger spacing between the withers of the horse and the bottom of the knob. The horse's scapula should not be restricted during exercise. Its tips should be one or two centimeters behind the scapula to allow it to rotate.
In order to avoid spinal contacts, the oesophagus (canal) must keep enough distance above the horse's spinal column, both vertical and horizontal. There must be evenly distributed along the horse's back and no areas without bridge or seal. Also, the seat should not be placed beyond the last ridge, as the load of the seat and horseman cannot be sustained beyond this point and can cause uneasiness.