M1908 Saddle Blanket

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PantherCanyon
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Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:30 am

Well the season is about upon us!

I'd like to wish everyone the best during this holiday season!!

Topic: M1908 in use

I've looked for a good picture of a M1908 blanket in use.
If field equiped, almost no blanket shows under the Mac and other
equipment.

Can anyone post a picture or link that clearly shows the blanket with
stripes visable. Either horse being saddled (unsaddled), or before
everything is attached.

I'm making a display for a school and want to be able to show what's hidden.

By the way, as the year ends I'd like to thank all the contributors
for their post. Especially the regulars who make it all happen.
Some of us don't have a great deal to say, but sure appreciate having
the opportunity to share the wisdom of others.

Thanks again,

Jerry
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Sat May 19, 2018 7:03 am

PantherCanyon wrote:
Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:30 am
Well the season is about upon us!

I'd like to wish everyone the best during this holiday season!!

Topic: M1908 in use

I've looked for a good picture of a M1908 blanket in use.
If field equiped, almost no blanket shows under the Mac and other
equipment.

Can anyone post a picture or link that clearly shows the blanket with
stripes visable. Either horse being saddled (unsaddled), or before
everything is attached.

I'm making a display for a school and want to be able to show what's hidden.

By the way, as the year ends I'd like to thank all the contributors
for their post. Especially the regulars who make it all happen.
Some of us don't have a great deal to say, but sure appreciate having
the opportunity to share the wisdom of others.

Thanks again,

Jerry
PantherCanyon
Did anyone ever find such a photograph?
Pat

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