|MY SADDLE PAD HOLDER!!!!
|I bought these like a year ago when Schneiders was running a sale and they've just been sitting in a box since then, haha. I LOOOOOVE it.
|Frequently used pads will go here, the rest will go on the shelf over the door to save space.
|Eyeballing some spacing.
|Practicing on some scraps.
|This is not even all the bridle hooks I ordered. I... might have a problem? Huh.
|Getting this one to hang level was also an interesting experience. It still looks wildly slanted but both the level and verified measurements say it's straight sooooooo 🤷♀️🤦♀️
|Testing to make sure I had room for the top reins not to overlap the bottom hooks. You can see the wrought iron horse head hook on the top right of the upper board.
|Hanging the curtain rod for bits and one of the girth hooks. I won't need to reach this stuff too often, so I was okay hanging it up high to best utilize my space.
|I don't swap bits that frequently, and I hung up my long girths and least frequently used dressage girths. I still have a TON of S-hooks left over, so I think I'm going to get another curtain rod and hang up fly bonnets!
|Hung the "daily use" pads and I still had hooks left over! The show pads and ones still in packaging will go over the door.
|Ended up hanging my old hunt breastplate with martingale on the girth hook too, since I didn't know where else to stash it.