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Stubbs 33 Inch Tall Saddle Display Stand S49AL: Red
TRLSTB0456

£27.50
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Description

Stubbs 33 Inch Tall Saddle Display Stand S49AL Red

Used by riders for saddle storage in the tack room. Lightweight STUBBYFINE coated steel construction - ever popular.

Height 84 cm

Length 69 cm

Width 45 cm

Weight 1.82 kg

Colours:

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