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    01-13-2012, 02:13 PM
Originally Posted by Taffy Clayton    
Sugarplum: This is one photo of Sam or Seamus I am not sure. It was at a charity golf tournament, every foresome that went by got there photo taken with the clyde.

Once a draft horse's mane is braided you are not to let him put his head down or it will pull the braid out, and make it all squigly down the crest of his neck. I am not good at following that rule with my horses.

The braid is a 4 strand braid down the crest of the neck, 2 strands hair and 2 strands bunting or material, usually colored.
how big is that horse? He looks HUGE in the pic
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    01-13-2012, 10:06 PM
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If it is Seamus he is 19hh.
If it is Sam, he is an honest 19.1hh. I am almost sure it is Sam.
I am almost 5'10".
    01-15-2012, 08:54 PM
WOAH! And I think the 17.1 hand Belgian at the ranch is big!
    01-15-2012, 10:09 PM
Oh, may I also add that I just got the lucky braids video to improve my braiding, and her method is amazing. The video is fantastic and she showed me things that I never would have thought of or even tried in a million years. I personally think it's worth the money if your really into learning how to braid, because once you learn and perfect the technique, you can make such a huge profit. I have, and I know many people do the same, been able to pay my showbills just from braiding money alone. It's very much worth getting into!

I just have to get faster... haha!
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    02-08-2012, 03:51 PM
Hmm, I am interested

I could really do with some extra cash right now!

Only problem is, I can't braid at the moment! How do you get into it? I can't be with horses a lot at the moment, so can't really practice on the real thing. Anyone got any websites I could look at?

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