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Carriage Driving Equipment
« on: January 28, 2008, 08:59:13 am »
Having now 'retired' from competition driving, I'm having a clear out and have a few things no longer any use to me, such as:    Holly Driving Whip (Swaine and Adeney) £75;  Pair of very old brass carriage lamps, plus a new read lamp £200;  Polar Horse heart monitor+sulky attachment - £50; Set of Wipe clean harness to fit 15hh - some parts of it hardly used - bridle has cup blinkers - £400.   Pair of Large Quick-release clips £35; bucket load of bits - all sorts!     If anyone interested or if you're after something specific - drop me an email.  :D  Thanks for reading.
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