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    Tack Shops in NOVA

    I was wondering if anyone had some good tack shop recommendations in northern Virginia - I'm especially looking for shops that sell dressage tack.

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    Dover. I know there's also Clifton Saddlery and some other places but the only one I go to is Dover.
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    LOL...I was thinking the same question this week while I was in the area for a few days on business. I coulda enjoyed a little shopping excursion or something, although too many tack shops are closed in the evening. But I'm still curious about the options in the Fairfax/Fair Lakes area.
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    I looked up a few..

    There's Clifton Saddlery http://www.cliftonsaddlery.com/
    Saddlery Inc http://thesaddleryinc.com/
    Saddlery Liquidators in Haymarket, on rt 15, I think they have some dressage things?
    Dover in Chantilly on rt 50....

    Most of the shops I know of are more south And I don't know much north of me as I avoid it like the plague.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim_in_PA View Post
    LOL...I was thinking the same question this week while I was in the area for a few days on business. I coulda enjoyed a little shopping excursion or something, although too many tack shops are closed in the evening. But I'm still curious about the options in the Fairfax/Fair Lakes area.
    I've been trying to look in the same area too but with no luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by EQImage View Post
    I looked up a few..

    There's Clifton Saddlery http://www.cliftonsaddlery.com/
    Saddlery Inc http://thesaddleryinc.com/
    Saddlery Liquidators in Haymarket, on rt 15, I think they have some dressage things?
    Dover in Chantilly on rt 50....

    Most of the shops I know of are more south And I don't know much north of me as I avoid it like the plague.
    Thank you for the suggestions! I dont blame you for avoiding it up here - there's not much for horsey people. I will definitely check out those places.

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