Advantages: Great fun to watch Disadvantages: A bit too obscure at times
...Blazing Saddles was first released in 1974 and directed by Mel Brooks. I saw this film a good few years ago and loved it the moment I saw it. It isn't a typical cowboy movie like you first expect when it begins and truly is a pleasure to watch. For this reason, this DVD was another one that I asked for at Christmas time and another that I am thankful to have received.
Blazing Saddles tells...
Advantages: Great quality bag, well designed, looks great, lots of room Disadvantages: None from me
...recent Cath purchase was my Saddle Bag. I spent ages in the store browsing the bags as I wanted several but in the end I made my mind up and chose the saddle one and here are my thoughts on the bag.
Cath Kidston stores are not ones that you will find everywhere, there is an outlet in Selfridges in Birmingham which is my nearest place but when in Cardiff for a weekend with friends, I found an actual...
Advantages: Light weight, easy care, comfortable seat, easy change gullets, looks good Disadvantages: A bit slippy on my low-withered pony, hard to fit to her shape
...Wintec saddles are made by Bates Australia, founded in 1934. They originally produced synthetic saddles for racing, but over the years this has evolved into a wide range of saddles for all sorts of disciplines.
The saddle I bought was a Wintec 2000 All Purpose back when I was breaking in my new forest pony. It is made with 'Equisuede', a convincing synthetic suede material that does not get...
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