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These Pelham Roundings for horses are made by E. Jeffries in Walsall England from best quality bridle leather.They are available in one size only but in havana brown or black. Make your choice of colour using the pull down menu.
Price: £21.06 (£17.55 ex VAT) 23.11 USD US Dollars, 19.98 EUR Euros, 2,537.54 JPY Japan Yen
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