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Saddle Stand Plans
 
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DIY Saddle Stand
 
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Hi everyone! I wanted to make a video showing you how you can build your own saddle stand. This is from start to finish what it takes to make a saddle stand, and you know what? It was pretty easy to make! It took me just a few hours to make this saddle stand this past Saturday! I do have another video showing when my friend Lynda had made me a saddle stand, but I wanted to see if I could make one myself, so I did! If you want to be alerted to when I upload new videos, be sure to subscribe to my channel, and click the little bell to be alerted of when I upload new videos! I upload new videos on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and occasionally on Saturday too! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOCGPjieouHuPBZ1iAW70w/videos If you love the Budget Equestrian, there's a fan club for that too: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1390713897653231/ The best place to shop for all of your horse needs is Riding Warehouse: http://www.ridingwarehouse.com/?from=budget And my website, The Budget Equestrian: http://www.budgetequestrian.com/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/budgetequestrian And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/budgetequestian And I'm on Pinterest too! https://www.pinterest.com/lgoodwin80107 Thanks for watching!!!!
Views: 6691 The Budget Equestrian
How to Make a Saddle Stand
 
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Making a saddle stand really isn't that hard. I wish I could say I made this but I can't. A very good friend of mine who also LOVES horses built this for me (Thank You Lynda!!!!!) She built it using 1x12" wood for the main frame of the stand, and then she used 1x3" wood for the slats on the top where the saddle sits, as well as the feet which help to stabilize the saddle stand. For the top of the stand ,she used a bucket and traced the outer edge to make the round part. Each end was cut to 36" tall, and then she attached the bottom sides. These were made from 1 x 12" wood, cut to 24" long. Then she added shelf supports using 1 x 3" wood, and then she cut another piece of the 12" wood for the shelf. Then she cut 1x3" wood into 24" long pieces and starting from the top, she attached the slats, this is where the saddle sits. She then cut the feet, and used a jig saw to round the edges. The foot supports are 20" long which helps to make the stand very sturdy, and stable. So now that Lynda did all of the hard work, all I had to do was stain the stand, and add some finishing touches like a bridle rack and a name plate to personalize it. I have wanted to make a saddle stand for so long, but with all of the jumps that I build, and other projects I just never had the time to do it. Lynda just decided to see if she could do it, and guess what? She did! This is a perfect example to show you if you want something bad enough, you can figure it out! Don't forget to subscribe to my channel for tons of how to horse project ideas! This thing is just getting started, and trust me, you won't want to miss what I have in store for you! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOCGPjieouHuPBZ1iAW70w Thanks for watching!
Views: 11357 The Budget Equestrian
Horse Saddle Stand DIY Project Pt1
 
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Make a Saddle Stand. Join Steve Hay from Woodworking Masterclass as he takes you step by step through the process of making a handy saddle stand. A great DIY project for any one who has horses or children that are in a Pony Club. See more interesting Projects, Tips, Tricks and Woodworking Techniques at www.woodworkingmasterclass.com.au become a e-workshop member and get extra content.
How To Build A Portable Saddle Rack
 
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Hi everyone! I have wanted to build one of these for a while now, firstly because I wanted to see if I could, and secondly,because I wanted an simple solution for saddling my horses. I wanted to have the saddle area to be protected, so my saddle will not get scratched, or worse, a splinter! I took scrap landscaping timbers that I had lying around, and some carpet remnant, along with a scrap of 2 x 4 wood, and a hook with a long back.(I got the hook at the Big R, it's like a tractor supply store) and a screw eye. I used 2 decking screws, 1 was 1 5/8", and 1 was 3" long. I cut the landscaping timber to 24" long, and then covered it with scrap carpet. Then I put the hook on, and added the 2 x 4 scrap to the back of the saddle rack so it would sit at a 90 degree angle when it was hung up. Then I put the screw eye into my hitching post, and it was ready to use! This does make it easier to have my saddle close by when I am tacking up, and the bonus is it does not take up much space! I am going to make several of these to hang in my tack room so they will give me more space in my tiny tack room! Please subscribe to my channel for lots of horse related videos! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOCGPjieouHuPBZ1iAW70w And if you want more in depth instructions on this or other diy horse projects, visit my website: http://budgetequestrian.com Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/budgetequestrian And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/budgetequestian And I'm on Pinterest too! https://www.pinterest.com/lgoodwin80107 Thanks for watching!!!!!
Views: 3947 The Budget Equestrian
DIY Saddle Rack
 
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How to make a saddle rack for under $30 Bucks.
Views: 2027 J&B's Homestead
How To Make A PVC Saddle Stand For $10.00
 
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Hi again! I have been wanting to make a saddle stand that I could keep in the back of my car to transport my saddle when I go to my riding lessons. And I have seen this PVC saddle rack before on Pinterest, so I decided to make it. I was able to build this saddle rack for about $10.00! If you would like to know the specifics to build this saddle rack, go to my blog Budget Equestrian: https://www.budgetequestrian.com/how-to-diy-a-pvc-saddle-stand-for-10-00/ And then you can make your own PVC saddle rack too! Are you new here? I have a lot of videos for you to watch on my channel, and new videos every week, so be sure to subscribe to my channel so you can know as soon as I have a new video to watch! I will show you how you can make your own horse jumps, tack room furniture, and lots of reviews and other horse related diy ideas and just having fun with your horse. Business inquiries: lisa@budgetequestrian.com SUPPORT THE CHANNEL VIA AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/?tag=budgeteq-20 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL VIA RIDING WAREHOUSE http://www.ridingwarehouse.com/?from=budget FREE EQUINE HEALTH RECORD http://www.budgetequestrian.com/equine-first-aid-kit/ BUDGET EQUESTRIAN FAN CLUB https://www.facebook.com/groups/1390713897653231/ CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE http://www.budgetequestrian.com/ https://www.instagram.com/budgetequestrian https://www.facebook.com/budgetequestian https://www.pinterest.com/lgoodwin80107 MY YOUTUBE FILM GEAR Canon XA30 Video Camera http://amzn.to/2iPa6Xw Canon EOS 70D digital SLR http://amzn.to/2oWmEx0 Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM lens http://amzn.to/2pTNlRo LimoStudio 700w photography softbox lighting kit http://amzn.to/2oA7Nph Rode VideoMicro compact on camera microphone http://amzn.to/2p70uXe Tripod http://amzn.to/2p78yHo Adobe Premier Photoshop and Lightroom http://amzn.to/2oj58UP DISCLAIMER: This video description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps to support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! Thank you so much for watching my video :)
Views: 1293 The Budget Equestrian
How To Make A Wall Mounted Saddle Rack
 
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Hi everyone! I am making some new pieces to use in my tack room because I want to makeover my tack room, and make the most of the space that I have. So instead of having saddle stands that take up a lot of room, I decided to make a wall saddle rack. It takes up less space, and I can store three saddles on this rack. It was very easy to make this saddle rack! I used wood that was left over from other projects, some astro-turf carpeting, and some stain that I already had. The only thing I had to buy were the screw eyes and the rope hooks. If you are thinking of making one of these racks for yourself, when you go to the hardware store, go to the rope section, that is where they have the rope hooks. These are what I used to make the "hangers". And the rope hooks come in 2 different styles. You can get the U shaped hook ($4.50 each) or you can get the angled hooks. These are only $2.10 each, and they work just as good as the U shaped hooks. I am re-doing my tack room, and this is one of the first projects! Over the winter I will keep making new projects, and this spring I am planning on doing a reveal video for you, to show you how I have transformed my tack room from an unorganized mess to a beautiful and useful tack room! Thank you so much for watching my video! Are you new here? Subscribe to my channel for LOTS of videos about horses, horse care, and plenty of DIY ideas! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOCGPjieouHuPBZ1iAW70w/videos And my website, The Budget Equestrian: http://www.budgetequestrian.com/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/budgetequestrian And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/budgetequestian And I'm on Pinterest too! https://www.pinterest.com/lgoodwin80107 Thanks for watching!!!!!
Views: 4058 The Budget Equestrian
DIY Saddle Rack
 
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Here is a simple, space saving, saddle rack that anyone can build.
Views: 9068 MotherOfManyHorses
Saddle rack
 
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BEST HORSE  SADDLE RACK
 
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PORTABLE HORSE SADDLE RACK
Views: 8195 João Raposo
How To Make A Bridle Rack With Scrap Lumber
 
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Hi everyone! Since it is really cold outside, this time of year gives you an excellent opportunity to get your tack room cleaned out and organized, and if you don't have nice bridle racks to hang your bridles, right now is a perfect time to make some! To make this, I used scrap lumber that I had in my garage. I have a lot of landscaping timbers from building horse jumps, as well as 2 x 6 lumber, so I decided to make some bridle racks! It was really simple to make these! So make the most of your down time, and build some bridle racks for your tack room :) Are you new here? Subscribe to my channel for LOTS of videos about horses, horse care, and plenty of DIY ideas! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOCGPjieouHuPBZ1iAW70w/videos And my website, The Budget Equestrian: http://www.budgetequestrian.com/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/budgetequestrian And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/budgetequestian And I'm on Pinterest too! https://www.pinterest.com/lgoodwin80107 Thanks for watching!!!!!
Views: 1728 The Budget Equestrian
Wooden Saddle Rack
 
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Just another project here at the farm. These are the kind I like to do though. I'm a woodworker from way back. My saddle was on the back of Sweetie Pie's chair and she wanted her chair back. So, I had some red oak lumber here and set out to making me a wooden saddle rack. Sanded it and finished it with boiled linseed oil. Put a couple brass hooks to add some bling and presto, saddle rack. Most of the ones I saw online were made out of pine or spruce. Not good enough for me, this baby is read oak and built to last. Sweetie Pie liked it so much that she wants me to build 5 more so she can sell them. I'm asking everybody's opinion, you think we could get $250 for one of these? Granted, I'll sort through the wood I have here and pick out some better pieces and this thing will be like a piece of furniture. Let me know what you think and as always, stay sharp.
Views: 12698 Punxsyjumper
Saddle Stand Fine Details
 
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The saddle stands designed and built by Jorge Kurczyn Furniture will not only support your saddle, but they are a beautiful display for your saddle. The saddle stands can be personalized with your ranch brand, your initials, or with your own customized design. These personalize details can be hand carved in the wood, or they can be hand tooled in copper. Handcrafted from solid timber, the saddle stands are guaranteed for life. This saddle stand is decorated with accessories made by hand by our skilled craftsmen. The horn has a hand carved scroll design, and below the horn is a hand tooled copper plaque with a copper ring. The saddle stand has a hand hammered copper panel on its front, and it is embellished with four hand tooled copper conchos in each corner. Centered in the hand hammered copper panel is a highly detailed, hand tooled copper lariat, with a ranch brand in its center. The base of the copper panel is adorned with the hand tooled word, “Vaqueros”. You can view our marvelous, handcrafted saddle stands in our website at: https://saddle-stands.com
Views: 577 Jorge Kurczyn
How to Make a Saddle Stand, part 2
 
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Final instalment of Steve Hay's beginner woodworking project.
Views: 4935 Wood Review TV
How to Make a Quick and Easy Stitching Pony
 
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A Stitching Pony becomes essential real fast when your doing leather crafting. With all the leatherwork I've been doing, I knew I had to add this tool to my kit. Stitching, although doable, is much easier when you can clamp your work down solid. Rather than buy one, I decided it was time to build my very own DIY stitching pony. One built for me and of my own design. If you're into leather crafting like me, you'll be happy to know my plans are available for FREE! So sit back, relax and enjoy the video, because today, we’re making a stitching pony for leatherwork! Don't forget to subscribe! Questions or commissions? email me at primaledgeandleatherworks@gmail.com #Leather #DIY #handmade
Views: 90645 Primal Edge
How To Build a Saw Horse
 
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Got barn plans? https://overbuiltbarns.com/plans/ Build this simple sturdy sawhorse no need for woodworking plans with this proven design. Be sure to see my other how to videos: Building a Greenhouse,,Building a Shed Ramp,Workbench Designs for a Miter Saw, Build a Small Shed and more. Subscribe to Ted's Dixie Sheds Channel. https://www.youtube.com/user/TedsDixieSheds/videos How To
Views: 108992 TedsDixieSheds
Easy-Up Fold Down Western & English Saddle Rack
 
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Perfect for tack rooms or stall fronts! Conveniently folds down when not in use. Holds both English and heavy Western saddles. Learn more at: http://bit.ly/1jiGR8z
Views: 6293 SchneiderSaddlery
Rotating Saddle Rack
 
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Our New Rotating Saddle Rack
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How To Build a Saddle Pad Rack for Your Tack Room
 
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I have always wanted to have a dedicated wall rack to hold all of my saddle pads, so I decided to build one, and I am so happy with the results! It was pretty simple to build, and the total cost to make this was about $18.00, not too bad for a custom made wall rack to hold about 15 different saddle pads! The rack I made is for English saddle pads, but if you wanted to hold heavier and longer western saddle pads, you can, you will just need to make the 2 x 2's longer to accommodate the longer pad. To build this saddle pad rack you will need: 1" x 4" x 48" long piece of wood 2" x 2" x 24" long pieces of wood (I have used 5 pieces on this rack) 3" decking screws Wood glue, or gorilla glue Spray Paint To begin, cut the wood pieces the length you need them to be. Then sand everything really smooth. The smoother it is, the better your finished product will be, and the smooth wood will prevent your saddle pads from picking up splinters, or snagging. Once the wood is cut and sanded, measure on the 1 x 4 how far apart you want your saddle pads to set. I measured mine about 10". This allows me to stack multiple pads, but you could put the rungs closer together if you only want to put one pad on each rung. After you have measured off where you will put the rungs for the pads, drill holes in the center of your markings. Also pre-drill, or start the screws in the center of each 2x2, it makes it easier to connect the rungs to the backing board. Now you will want to secure the 1 x 4 to your table, so when you attach the 2x2 it will be stable. This is really important once you get to about the third rung, as you can see in my video, it gets a little top heavy! After you have all of the rungs attached, allow them to dry, and then put in an extra screw into the back of each rung. This will make it stronger. Go slow so your wood does not split, otherwise you will have to start all over. Now you get to paint (or stain) your saddle pad rack. I chose to use high gloss black paint, to match my bridle rack, which you can watch me make here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkgurzQ-w80 Doing the spray paint is simple, and fast, but staining the rack would be really nice too. Once your saddle pad rack has dried, you can hang it up, and use it! A very simple and inexpensive saddle pad rack you can make yourself to customize your tack room, and keep your saddle pads dry and organized in your tack room. If you like this video, please like, and subscribe to my channel :) And also, check out my other videos on horse related DIY projects, including how to make your own horse jumps, and how to set up jump courses!
Views: 6997 The Budget Equestrian
Tack locker construction pt 1
 
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Tack locker I am building for my wife, Janice. This video shows the cabinet and the pull out saddle racks I designed and built.
Views: 4503 John Toenjes
Brighton Muller Knows Woodworking And Is 8 Years Old
 
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Brighton Muller, from East Bernard, Texas, knows a thing or two, or three, about woodworking. She won a blue ribbon in the Ag Mechanical competition at the Fort Worth Stock Show Sunday by building a saddle rack. Fort Worth Star-Telegram
World's Best Folding Sawhorse
 
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Wooden professional quality folding sawhorses, portable saddle racks, folding saddle stands, world's best folding sawhorses, https://www.hideahorsefoldingsawhorses.com
Views: 1190115 Mike Taron
Fishing Rod Rack Pt1
 
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Build a Fishing Rod Rack from Pine. Follow step by step as Steve Hay from Woodworking Masterclass takes you through Part 1 of the complete project with easily paced instructions. Skill level easy. Tidy up the garage look after your gear with this fun and useful item. Find more Projects, Tips, Tricks and Woodworking Techniques at www.woodworkingmasterclass.com.au Join up and become a Member of the Woodworking Masterclass e-workshop and get more content and Bonus information.
Saddle Rack- Part One of Building
 
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Here's Part One/ Day One of building my saddle rack! Surprisingly got everything cut! Next I'll be sanding it. SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheHorseDream/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehorsedreamofficial/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thehorsedream Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thehorsedream/ YOUTUBE CHANNELS: The Horse Dream: https://www.youtube.com/thehorsedream The Horse Dream YouTube Channel Encourages Horse Dreamers and Owners through our experience. I love horses more than just about anything! I spent most of my teen years dreaming I would own a horse. When I graduated HS in 2013, I worked and saved so I could own a horse. In the past I had tried to help people out, work at rescues, boarding facilities, and just about anything to work with horses. I was frustrated because I wasn’t getting anywhere, and no one seemed to have the time or understand my dream. My YouTube channel turned into an outlet to share my Journey to Owning a Horse and I quickly learned there are other dreamers out there! June 2015 I was blessed with the ability to own a horse and the hunt for one was surprisingly fast! Azlinn is a Grulla QH mare and was born March 2007 (8 years old when I bought her). She has become a part of this journey with me to make my dreams come true. It wasn't just about owning a horse but doing and learning everything I can mostly on my own. As time went on learning the ropes of being a new horse owner, I knew I had to create an atmosphere that Horse Dreamers could come and be encouraged to keep working towards making The Horse Dream their Reality. That’s when I started The Horse Dream https://www.thehorsedream.com in 2017. I hope you enjoy our journey and check out my other channel EquineGuard. EquineGuard: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFXF2m0aW9snTwLrR50qkWg The EquineGuard YouTube channel is the combination of Winter Guard flags and horses. It came about in 2016 when I finally made my dream to own a horse come true months before. It was a fun experiment finding out what Azlinn enjoys. When I was in HS I joined the Color Guard team, the flag work side of Marching Band. I decided flag work would be great for Azlinn. She tends to be nervous around many new things and I knew it’d help with the desensitization training. Over time working with her she started to play and enjoy it. I knew it’d be a great addition to filming our journey. To learn more about our journey check out The Horse Dream YouTube Channel. If you would like to be in a video (you don’t need a horse) email me: contact@thehorsedream.com WEBSITES: Mellissa’s Website: https://www.mellissavergason.com Me | My Horse | Our Journey The Horse Dream Website: https://www.thehorsedream.com/ Dreamers | Owners | Your Journey CONTACT: E-mail: contact@thehorsedream.com *Business inquiries and personal e-mails welcome! PLAYLISTS: Tack Hauls: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNtmes5PBAvphvznTEHCCZzrPAqhKHBZJ Owning a Horse Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNtmes5PBAvpOO2kW1ueERQWABkLuzPMK Journey to Owning a Horse: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNtmes5PBAvr4f2luj-qLj2-SoK5LK7Xe HeartlandTuesdayTalk Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNtmes5PBAvqFx_XlxD4fzRCwVSnF8DSM ** Formerly known as Starhorse12Channel Always*Love, Mellissa
Views: 12811 The Horse Dream
Horse Saddle Stand Pt 2 with intro
 
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How to make a Saddle Stand. Part 2 of 2. Join Steve Hay from Woodworking Masterclass as he takes you step by step through the process of making a handy saddle stand. A great DIY project for any one who has horses or children that are in a Pony Club. See more interesting Projects, Tips, Tricks and Woodworking Techniques at www.woodworkingmasterclass.com.au become a e-workshop member and get extra content.
Saddle Rack DIY
 
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(made with #spliceapp - http://get.spliceapp.com)
Views: 3949 Mytwistedvoices
How To Make Your Own Bridle Rack
 
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If you have been updating your tack room, or have always wanted to have a beautiful tack room like all of those posted on Pinterest, you can get started by making your own bridle racks customized to your own specifications! I thought about buying some bridle racks, but then my brain started working. I wanted to have a nice rack that looked pretty in my tack room, but I didn't really want to spend a lot of money if I didn't have too. The nice wood ones start at about $112.00! So instead of spending over $100.00 for a bridle rack I decided to make my own. I found scrap wood that was laying around, along with scrap wood that I had from building horse jumps and I made my own bridle rack for about $20.00. I used a piece of 1" x 3" pine that I cut to 48" long, and attached scrap 2" x 4" wood triangles for the bridles to hang on. But then I didn't want to just leave my reins dangling, so I found some bathroom hooks in a package of 6 at Home Depot for $8.00. These work perfect for the reins. Then I bought a can of Rustoleum high gloss black spray paint for $5.00 and painted the bridle rack with 3 coats of paint. After it dried, I attached the rein hooks, and then hung it up in my tack room, and it is ready for use. I was able to make this on a weekend. It may not be super fancy, but it looks really nice to have my bridles hung up the way they should be, and I was able to use scrap wood to make a really nice bridle rack! I love taking scraps, and turning them into something useful! I was also able to make a blanket/pad rack out of scrap wood so I have a place to hang all of my saddle pads. (That video will be coming out soon!) So please like and subscribe to check out what I have been able to make myself using scrap wood. Are you new here? I have a lot of videos for you to watch on my channel, and at least 3 new videos every week, so be sure to subscribe to my channel so you can know as soon as I have a new video to watch! I will show you how you can make your own horse jumps, tack room furniture, and lots of reviews and other horse related diy ideas and just having fun with your horse. Get Your Free Equine Health Record Here: http://www.budgetequestrian.com/equine-first-aid-kit/ And the best part of my channel, no negativity, just fun horse videos! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOCGPjieouHuPBZ1iAW70w/videos If you love the Budget Equestrian, there's a fan club for that too: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1390713897653231/ The best place to shop for all of your horse needs is Riding Warehouse: http://www.ridingwarehouse.com/?from=budget And my website, The Budget Equestrian: http://www.budgetequestrian.com/ The Budget Equestrian on social media https://www.instagram.com/budgetequestrian https://www.facebook.com/budgetequestian https://www.pinterest.com/lgoodwin80107 Just in case you were wondering.... The camera equipment I use for my videos: Canon EOS 70D digital SLR http://amzn.to/2oWmEx0 Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM lens http://amzn.to/2pTNlRo LimoStudio 700w photography softbox lighting kit http://amzn.to/2oA7Nph Rode VideoMicro compact on camera microphone http://amzn.to/2p70uXe Tripod http://amzn.to/2p78yHo Editing of video completed using Adobe Premier Photoeshop and Lightroom http://amzn.to/2oj58UP DISCLAIMER: This video description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps to support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! Thank you so much for watching my video :)
Views: 6511 The Budget Equestrian
Saddle Rack
 
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Movable saddle rack for horse trailer. No carry saddle access trailer to horse.
Views: 458 Roger O'Day
Make Your DIY saddle stand for CHEAP!!
 
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hey guys sorry this took so long to upload, this took super long to film, lol. so I just made a saddle stand that holds all my saddle pads and my saddle when i'm cleaning it. you can make this in all different sizes I just made mine smaller to fit in the back of the car when i'm going to shows. all my social media will be down below so go and follow it!!!! And don't to press the red SUBSCRIBE button and become part of my family! thanks for watching, and I hope you enjoy, byeeee!! - -Instagrams: -https://www.instagram.com/alice.portnov/ -https://www.instagram.com/a.p_equestria.n/ -Snap chat -aportnov24
Views: 72 Alice Portnov
Custom Design Rotating Saddle Rack from Skiver Contracting in North Georgia
 
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Custom Designed, Rotating Saddle Rack from Skiver Contracting. Rotates from the tack room into your arena for easy access! Georgia, licensed & insured general contractors. Serving North Georgia & Atlanta. Specializing in New Construction, Home Renovations, Garages, Home Additions, Trim, Molding, New Construction, Fencing, Framing, Pole Horse Barns, Storage Sheds, Outbuildings, Pavilions, Roofing, Decks, Garages, Retaining Walls/Landscaping/Hardscaping, Boat Dock Refurbishing, Bobcat Work, Door & Window Installation, & Much More. Over 30 yrs combined experience. Contact Steven today for a free estimate s.skiver@yahoo.com ***Only Serious Construction Inquiries Please***
Views: 8257 SkiverContracting
10 More Bike Hacks for MTB, BMX, and Road
 
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Last time we took a look at 10 bike hacks for mountain bikers and beyond, but we’re not finished. Today, we’ll be doing ten more hacks that mountain bikers, BMXer, and even road cyclists can enjoy. Let’s get started. Until you get good at it, working on a bike chain can be frustrating. Your derailleur can snap back and flick the chain into oblivion. For people like me with poor dexterity, a paper clip or hair pin can serve as a third set of hands. Hook this to your chain before you start working on it, and it’ll behave a little more predictably. By the way, to set a master link back in place, just position it above the chainstay and crank forwards abruptly. Working on your bike can get messy, and we all know that dish soap doesn’t quite do the trick. There will always be spots that you just can’t get clean. Use an abrasive like seal salt or even sand to scrub the dirt off of your hands. A 2x4 is only a few bucks, and it’s more than enough to make a bike stand. Just cut two pieces about 22 inches long, and use two 12 inch pieces as cross bars. Fasten them together with screws, and flip it over. This needs to be made to the width of your tire, but it’ll usually work with slightly different sizes. You could build a rack with really long cross bars and multiple tire notches to keep your whole fleet parked. You can even paint it, and there’s no precision carpentry required. There are various ways to get BMX grips off, but did you know that you could just use water? Just pour a little around the base of the grip and twist it until it comes loose. The grip should come off very easily, and the water should evaporate like it never happened. To get the grip back on, make sure it and the handlebars are really dry. Then put some zip ties inside the grip and position them around the handlebar. The plastic will reduce the traction of the grip, and make it much easier to get on the handlebar. Once your grip is installed, just pull the zip ties out one by one. I used hairspray to install grips when I was a kid, and I must admit this is a lot cleaner. Adjusting a road bike saddle can be pretty involved if you’re a serious rider, but a good starting point is to get it level. To do this, you can use—a level. Set the bike on a flat surface and then put the level on the nose of the saddle and on one of the butt pads. Then adjust the tilt until it’s level. From there, you have a starting point to get it just right. When locking up your bike, it’s a good idea to secure your frame with a u-lock and your wheels with a cable. If you don’t have enough cable, you can lock the rear wheel on the inside of the frame. This secures the frame and the rear wheel. It takes some time to wrap your head around, but stare at it for a little bit and think about it. You’d need to saw the rear wheel in half to steal the rest of the bike. Another great way to secure your wheels is with security skewers. These, unlike quick release skewers, require a key to get off your bike. They’re also lighter, better looking, and less bulky than quick release skewers. With the key, they come off easy. Note that no security measure will truly keep your bike safe, but anything that makes it a bigger pain in the ass to steal will at least buy you some time. Your floor pump is arguably the most important tool you have, but after a while it may start squeaking and acting up. You may need to oil it, and it comes as no surprise that chain oil works great for this. Just apply some oil, clean off the excess, and usually it’ll make the pump work as good as new. Scuffs on your bike’s paint can be pretty hard to clean off, but WD-40, surprisingly, does the job well. Apply it to a rag or paper towel and work the scuff out until you can’t see it. WD-40 won’t damage your paint, and it’s especially good for cleaning the scuffs that shoes leave on mountain bike seat stays. Let’s be honest, we don’t all have precision braking setups on our mountain bikes. If you’re having trouble aligning your disc calipers you can use two business cards to get the spacing just right. Loosen the mounting bolts, put business cards between the pads and the rotor, and clamp it down hard with the brake lever. Then tighten the bolts while holding the lever. Release the lever and pull the business cards out. Now, your brakes mean business. So there you have it, ten more bike hacks, or 11 or something. Even if you don’t use any of these I hope you found them entertaining. Click the scraggly head to subscribe to my channel, for more hacks, riding tips, repair tutorials, and shenanigans. Thanks for riding with me today, and I’ll see you next time. Security Skewers: http://amzn.to/2hMet43 Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sethsbikehacks "A Lil Somethin' Somethin'" by The Good Lawdz (http://thegoodlawdz.bandcamp.com/)
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IMG 0435
 
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Sturdy wooden saddle rack. A generous 41 inches tall! Showcase your Western or English saddle or just keep it in the barn in style. Place to hang headstall or halter and reins.
Views: 450 Jim's Saddle Stands
How to Make a Stitching Pony
 
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This is how I made a quick and easy stitching pony that can hold leather pieces while stitching or can act as a general purpose third hand to hold small projects so you can work on them with both your hands. My knob design on Thingiverse - http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2298409 Makify2 - http://www.youtube.com/c/Makify2 Patreon - http://patreon.com/Makify Etsy Shop - http://Makify.etsy.com Twitter - http://twitter.com/Makify1 Website - http://Makify.com
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saddle rack
 
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Taylermade Saddle Stand Deluxe assembly
 
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Thank you for purchasing your Taylermade Saddle Stand. please follow these directions for assembly. http://www.lifelinz.org/taylermadewoodfurnishings.html
Views: 6044 Tayler Made
10 Barn Hacks | Budget Equestrian
 
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Hi everyone! I have wanted to make this video for so long, and I have finally done it! I have put together some of my favorite barn hacks for you! All of these are really easy to do, and the diy projects are fun and will help you to make the most of the space you have in your tack room. Videos of DIY projects: DIY Horse Boot Hang Up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVqFTSEed38&t=32s DIY Bridle Rack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJ3yToe9VSQ&t=280s DIY Saddle Rack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyaU05ct448 DIY Saddle Pad Rack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaxwOp9ZaAk Are you new here? I have a lot of videos for you to watch on my channel, and at least 3 new videos every week, so be sure to subscribe to my channel so you can know as soon as I have a new video to watch! I will show you how you can make your own horse jumps, tack room furniture, and lots of reviews and other horse related diy ideas and just having fun with your horse. Get Your Free Equine Health Record Here: http://www.budgetequestrian.com/equine-first-aid-kit/ And the best part of my channel, no negativity, just fun horse videos! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOCGPjieouHuPBZ1iAW70w/videos If you love the Budget Equestrian, there's a fan club for that too: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1390713897653231/ The best place to shop for all of your horse needs is Riding Warehouse: http://www.ridingwarehouse.com/?from=budget And my website, The Budget Equestrian: http://www.budgetequestrian.com/ The Budget Equestrian on social media https://www.instagram.com/budgetequestrian https://www.facebook.com/budgetequestian https://www.pinterest.com/lgoodwin80107 Just in case you were wondering.... The camera equipment I use for my videos: Canon EOS 70D digital SLR http://amzn.to/2oWmEx0 Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM lens http://amzn.to/2pTNlRo LimoStudio 700w photography softbox lighting kit http://amzn.to/2oA7Nph Rode VideoMicro compact on camera microphone http://amzn.to/2p70uXe Tripod http://amzn.to/2p78yHo Editing of video completed using Adobe Premier Photoeshop and Lightroom http://amzn.to/2oj58UP DISCLAIMER: This video description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps to support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! Thank you so much for watching my video :)
Views: 46492 The Budget Equestrian
Building a Stool in the UK with J Smith Woodwork
 
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Find the set of plans here: https://goo.gl/VhIwiD Jamie and Rhiannon's website here: https://goo.gl/5AkDcY Instagram: https://goo.gl/iIbIQo YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/CLg6Ia Watch a Behind the Scenes video: https://goo.gl/AiQQW7 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Website: http://wilkerdos.com/ Check out my awesome sponsor Triton Tools! http://www.tritontools.com/en-US Check out the website: https://goo.gl/KLqRCj Things I Used in This Project: Workcentre: https://goo.gl/Vlmqkz Table Saw Attachment: https://goo.gl/nuE8kx SuperJaws: https://goo.gl/VMW3L0 Bluetooth Hearing Protection: https://goo.gl/OPzES1 Palm Belt Sander: https://goo.gl/YEXxy5 Duo Dowelling Jig: https://goo.gl/V4KHY7 Glue Bot: https://goo.gl/4mBVPF Drills: https://goo.gl/nIIM6U 4" Belt Sander: Coming to Market Soon!
Views: 235362 April Wilkerson
Saddle Rack 1
 
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Movable saddle rack for horse trailer. No carry saddle access trailer to horse.
Views: 161 Roger O'Day
Portable Collapsible Saddle Stand
 
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For more information visit www.elitesaddlecompany.com
Views: 764 EliteSaddleCompany
TaylerMade Saddle Stand Standard Assembly
 
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Assembly instructions for the standard Taylermade Saddle Stand. http://www.lifelinz.org/taylermadewoodfurnishings.html
Views: 546 Tayler Made
Titan 3 tier Saddle Rack
 
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The Titan Saddle rack stands firmly on the floor to display or to store your favorite Western or English saddles. The different tiers rotate around the center shaft making it easy to use with different size saddles and makes it possible to hand other accessories. Made from strong steel tubing so you don't have to worry about it bending or folding under the weight of even your heaviest saddles. Each tier can hold up to 75 lbs. Available exclusively on www.TitanDistributors.org
Views: 1056 PalletForks.com
Make a Shop Stool (Part 1 of 2)
 
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Part 1 of 2 of a maple shop stool with splayed legs. Alignment jig : http://www.garagewoodworks.com/video.php?video=85&category=align#v_anchor85 Mailing Address: Brian Grella P.O. Box 6718 High Point, NC 27262 Plans for sale: http://www.garagewoodworks.com/GW_Store.php Buy GarageWoodworks Stuff: http://www.cafepress.com/garagewoodworks Newsletter http://www.garagewoodworks.com/registration.php On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GarageWoodworks
Views: 113929 GarageWoodworks
Another look at Saddlematic motorized horse trailer saddle rack
 
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(http://MrTruck.com) MrTruck reviews Saddlematic, for managing your saddles in your horse trailer. Electric rack lifts and lowers your saddles without your lifting heavy saddles over your head. If you're not tall or have a hard time reaching your saddle in the trailer rack or have arthritis or shoulder surgery, Saddlematic will save your energy for the ride. (http://Saddlematic.com)
Views: 4070 MrTruckTV
Tack Trunk Woodworking Project | Construction
 
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http://HomegrownFurniture.com - Taking another look at the construction of this pine tack trunk. This has been a favorite weekend woodworking project of mine. Today, I’ll share the rest of the details of the jointery, materials and walk through the building process.
Views: 3662 FurnitureWorkshop
Maple Bar Stools | How to Make Bar Stools Using Loose Mortise and Tenon Joinery
 
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Ever wondered how to make some simple bar stools! Now is your chance to learn this woodworking project. In this video I will take some rough sawn maple slabs and turn them into three beautiful, functional and comfortable bar stools for our kitchen. If you would like to build your own there are free plans for these stools on my website: http://www.diytyler.com/2017/07/31/bar-stools-using-loose-mortise-tenon-joinery This video is sponsored by; Sawblade.com Visit their site for all your wood and metal cutting needs. Big thanks to RIDGID for sponsoring our channel check out their latest power tool promotions! https://www.ridgid.com/powertools/promotions/ Some Tools I Used: EDC Belt Carry: http://goo.gl/XZnWRx Ear Plugs: https://goo.gl/R937J7 FastCap 16oz Glue Bot: http://goo.gl/X5aNZ0 FastCap Tape Measure: http://goo.gl/t2lWJD Bessey Quick Clamps: http://goo.gl/jVAzeu 3M Respirator: https://goo.gl/ZexRQd 3M Respirator Filters: https://goo.gl/92Ejh0 RIDGID Cordless Angle Grinder: https://goo.gl/807O2y RIDGID Cordless Trim Router: https://goo.gl/3jxBaz
Views: 60734 Tyler G
Make a Shop Stool (Part 2 of 2)
 
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Second part to my shop stool build. Watch part 1: http://www.garagewoodworks.com/video.php?video=146 Mailing Address: Brian Grella P.O. Box 6718 High Point, NC 27262 Plans for sale: http://www.garagewoodworks.com/GW_Store.php Buy GarageWoodworks Stuff: http://www.cafepress.com/garagewoodworks Newsletter http://www.garagewoodworks.com/registration.php On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GarageWoodworks
Views: 55234 GarageWoodworks
How To Build A Shed: Building & Installing Roof Rafters
 
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How To Build A Shed: Building & Installing Roof Rafters. How to build a shed roof step by step. Sorry now that we've built all the walls are not gonna take a step back for a 0:07build the walls I actually used the floor debt to lay out the roof instead 0:11of using regular rafters and regular Ridge we built roof trusses I used the 0:17floor deck to snap out the lines because it's much easier method of snapping it 0:21out full-length pictures and then building the trusses rate in place there 0:25on the floor deck so front-to-back is a feat that's what this represents one 0:33side to the other one Walter the other we have big feet from the outside edge 0:37of that wall framing to the outside edge of this we have a look at the top of the 0:42wall on top of that we put a roof truss we're going to overhang the soffits six 0:50inches just we made it 12 inches like the house it wouldn't be in proportion 0:54with the shed so we want to keep the same details but shrink them down the 0:58right proportions so we're making the overhang six inches so six inches from 1:02the outside of the wall to the front of the overhang so this wall actually this 1:08one right here what we want to do with mark the center it's an eight-foot wall 1:13plus six inches on both sides give you 90 overall half of that which is the 1:19center of the roof four and a half feet know what I'm gonna do with just make 1:25another mark up here for five feet away doesn't really matter the same distance 1:30for the six inches and then just draw the line and this is the center of the 1:39building and the center of the room but the slope of the roof some people call 1:44it the pitch we're gonna using a pitch here and what that means in a pitch or 1:48in a slope means that for every foot I come in I'm gonna go eight inches up we 1:54know we're going four and a half feet in to the center and go up eight inches 1:59there's one foot 16 there's two foot 24 there's three foot 32 there's four feet 2:06and then the half foot equals four inches which is right there 2:12ok now we have our top measurement here this is the top of the roof and we want 2:17the other top of the roof to fall right on top of the cord there just like that 2:24all these marks were making his to the outside of the roof so now you can see 2:37the three pieces that we need to build the trust we have the bottom chord and 2:41then we had to top cords one on this side an identical one on that side that 2:45we have to cut out a two-by-four stock what I need to do is get these two 2:50angles this one down here just one at the top so that we can cut this 2:55top court out a couple of different ways to do that as we know this is Nate pitch 3:0118 slow and on all of these speeds squares see a bunch of numbers here you 3:07get there all played out the same I use this one because it's a little easier to 3:11read so it's the same thing we're looking along this Great year the top 3:16and we're going to dial it up to hit the eighth the inside a lot i mean the 3:21outside at night the inside here that's for the valley were going with the 3:25outside numbers that would be another way using a sliding T bevel that way you 3:33don't even have to look at any numbers all you do is hold it up against the 3:38lines of it until you get the correct angle taken it up and there's the angle 3:43for the top a long point to Long Point the outside edge of the rafter or the 3:51top court of the trust 4:05much better we're going to use a plywood cut it to nail the trust together so I'm 4:11just going over at least a couple inches past the inside of the wall match the 4:15bottom edge year marked the top button minimarket down about a quarter I don't 4:20want it 4:20coming up above the top 10 the same thing here down about a quarter of an 4:26inch doesn't have to be perfect because it's just a connection system what's all 4:43that about eight inches 8 to 10 inches on either side 4:57together the two end ones on we have a trust between a gable and trust in a 5:10regular trusses that the gable and trusses sit on the gable end wall on 5:15each end because I sit on the end wall sheathing goes up we have this big gap 5:21with nothing to nail too so we're gonna put in little operates in here so this 5:25evening can be mailed to it all the trusses inside don't need that once the 5:30shooting comes up half inch or less be in this case and we near the whole thing 5:34together that's what really tight it together makes us strong 5:40on this said we're using two methods to build the gable in walls for no other 5:44reason than to show you two methods are most likely to use when you build your 5:48shed you want to pick one method and use it on both cable ends if you use a trust
Views: 898110 How to Build a Shed
Barstool | Red Hot Building
 
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We needed something to go with the pub table last week. So, we got Amanda Mertz to build us a couple of barstools. We like 'em a lot! What do you think? ___ Check this out!!! http://ratedred.tv/youtube ___ For all of today's stories head over to: http://www.RatedRed.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/realratedred Twitter - http://twitter.com/realratedred Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/realratedred AC - Abby Casey; IG/Twitter - @acoutdoors PE - Paxton Elrod; IG/Twitter - @paxton_elrod RR - Richard Ryan; IG/Twitter- @RichardRyan AM - Amanda Mertz; IG/Twitter - @amandamertz ___
Views: 53254 Rated Red