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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

August 10, 2009
5:19 PM

Post #6930524

Here's the iron horse that used to be in DD's bedroom that she threw all her clothes on instead of hanging them up...a clothes horse! He has had many lives (and colors), I guess. Someone told me he was originally a riding pony outside a grocery store...but that he would have had a saddle. I remarked that I had a saddle, just couldn't remember where I put it. 'Was told the saddle was worth more than the pony. Saddle needs repair, but I think I could stitch the edges. It attaches to some screws on pony, but I just added some leather straps so I could get a quick pic. DH had welder make the base so he was more stable.

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