Thanks you guys! I'll go with Road ID then, and we'll make our way over to
Sporthorse to try some stuff on. I know most of the online stores have
great return policies, but I hate guessing on big ticket items.
Not looking for any tack at this point! We have a few small things we keep
in the show bin, like boots and a girth, saddle pads and a riser, but
Wish us luck!
On Sun, Mar 26, 2017 at 10:44 AM, Geoff Culbertson <gculbert70@xxxxxxxxx>
Sorry I agree road id is the way to go and we have tried both.
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On Mar 26, 2017, at 9:35 AM, Susan Johnson <suezenj@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:quality ID bracelets than Ride Safe.
I don't know if anyone replied, so here's my 2 cents. Road ID are better
For trying on clothes we tend to go to Sporthorse, but they are notnecessarily the best priced. They do have a pretty good size clearance
area. There really isn't a great tack shop that I know of anywhere close.
If you go to big horse shows there are tons of vendors. Rolex is a shopping
paradise for anything horse related:-)
Hope this helps!vandenbosch.susanne@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I tend to shop online
On Mar 25, 2017, at 15:19, Susanne Vanden Bosch <
from? And, where is a good store to visit to try things on?
Just wondering which is the best site to buy the medical bracelets