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Polizei Shabrack

Article about: WWII German horse blanket(Shabrack) for the Polizei - these were used by most large city police units and are very rare items - Horst

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    No dont ride but have seen a number of WWII saddles.


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    giddie up horsie

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    Fantastic examples, I can't believe I missed this thread. Your collection never ceases to amaze me Horst, thanks for showing.

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    Quote by Frundsberg View Post
    Nice item! I will need it for my horse:-). By the way, do You ride and do you have any experiance with WWII ridding saddles?
    No, I don't ride. But count me as one of those seduced by the noble beast when we purchased one for our daughter to ride. As I was told, buying the horse is the cheapest part. It's the paddock fees and all the rest that send you to the poor house.

    I only had an Armee Sattel M25 (like Horst's) that was used by the Gendarmerie, along with Heer bridle and saddle accessories like bags. The Schutzpolizei had their own design of saddle for their mounted unit along with all the accessories.

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    Very nice blanket! Can't say that they're anything but fairly rare to find! And in Great shape! The horse in the photo doesn't look too thrilled, though.. William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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