Brand new including the rusty stirrups, metal supporting pole and wheels ( a favourite trick; watch for rusty buckles and bits also). The saddle is back-to-front! Again a lot of cracks in the horse and that carved mane. The leather is stiff and feels old but the stitching is often complete rather than worn as would be seen in an old piece of tack. Another refinement is to tie on the stirrup iron with the supposedly broken stirrup leather; funnily enough they are always tied on in exactly the same way. Stirrup irons are one of the first things to become detached and lost on really old horses.
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