Schneider Horse Tack

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( See all Schneider's Sattlerei products ) Beautiful horse equipment from Busted K Halfter. Cutting-edge tweets from Schneider Saddlery (@SchneiderSddlry). Schneider's Saddlery Founded in 1948 by our father, Milton Schneider, our privately held business has been dedicated to value, superior manufacturing, innovative excellence, superior support and a passion and passion for the equine business. We are committed to providing you with the right verifiable functioning equipment at the best possible price and with a 100% guaranteed level of satifaction.

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Incorrect announcement of returns policies by this firm. On two occasions, I took measurements of my horse and spoke with the company's sales staff to find out what sizes to order. When I tried it on, I put an old, thin quilt over my horse to make sure that no filth or hair came from my horse onto the quilt.

Ceiling was way too small. Well, I phoned the firm to order a bigger one. I' ve given back the orginal ceiling. When the second rug came in and I tried it on my horse, the firm phoned me and said they couldn't give me the full reimbursement for the first rug because there were several pieces of hair on the rug.

Abstract: Do not depend on your corporate representative to suggest a height and styling for your horse. If you are not completely sure that the cover fits your horse, do not order from him because he has a zero returns policy as opposed to what he advertises.

Tailor saddlery owner buys Chagrin Valley Farms with map for rider campsite.

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" An individual could start a company, another could create a website, a third could look for an investor.

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