The Cheaper Stuff:
- New straps for horselovers.com petal boots. :) Mine broke after six months or so, so need new straps! Could also use extra straps for the Westropp brand petal boots.
- Sweatshirts to wear while riding
- New Mittleider Eventing ballcap, shirt, etc - contact T-Shirts Plus at the Boise Towne Square Mall; they have the logo on file. (208) 322-1118
- Nice brushes
- Summer riding socks, something like Zocks
- Smartwool or similar merino wool boot socks; the Costco trail socks are great -- thin, to fit under boots in the fall, winter, and spring
- Pinney holder
- A royal blue and white lead rope to keep clean for show: http://www.smartpakequine.com/big-d-custom-nylon-braided-lead-6523p
- A brush BAG, rather than box, to keep stuff together at shows
- Blanket bag, saddle pad bag, et cetera -- to keep stuff together at shows!
Rather More Expensive Stuff:
- A saddle fitting and recommendation from Kitt at Panther Run Saddlery! Just the basic one, the first on the list.
- Lined, half hole stirrup leathers, 48", black
- One set of 5" stirrup irons
- Stirrup pads that wrap around, 5" for above
- One set of Nunn Finer side reins with elastic, horse size
- Soft Grip reins -- Havana and black (check eBay; Lancaster Amish Goods usually has a better price on them
- Vented XC boots like Dalmar Eventing boots, front and hind, white, medium.
- Event watch
- Stud kit (T-tap, grass studs, plugs, stud cleaner, Stud Suds, etc)
Really Expensive Stuff:
- A dressage coat
- More FITS breeches. Tan and any other color. Tan for showing, whatever other non-white color for schooling. One black pair down -- now for a tan pair, and I'm covered.
- Nifty prescription sunglasses frames -- like Maui Jims. They won't slide down my nose!
- Mountain Horse winter paddock boots, maybe even tall MH winter boots, for the inevitable muck
- Dublin Pinnacle boots, size 7.5: http://www.jefferspet.com/pinnacle-tall-boots/p/0V-OE/