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post #11 of 29 Old 01-18-2011, 04:01 PM
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I'm addicted to eBay hahaha no prob!
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I just don't know what color..it's mostly black but has white hairs and also some redish/brown to it.There are a lot to choose from and ebay has them for cheeeaaaap!
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Check your rule book to make sure they're allowed.
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If you're only showing locally/openly(IE no APHA, NRHA, etc), you don't *really* need one, and don't be surprised if you're the only one there with one. You'll stand out, but it'll either be good or bad.
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If you're only showing locally/openly(IE no APHA, NRHA, etc), you don't *really* need one, and don't be surprised if you're the only one there with one. You'll stand out, but it'll either be good or bad.

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There were halter horses with tail extensions are the show.One horse who was clipped and everything had a major tail extension. I am going with one that will be more of a natural tail extension but will be banged at the end.I am not getting a heavy thick one
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Slightly OT, but, I think it's silly when they have them at nrha cause half the time they get pulled out during the run lol
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Slightly OT, but, I think it's silly when they have them at nrha cause half the time they get pulled out during the run lol
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Whats nrha?
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That would actually be kinda funny to see that. That would be embarassing!
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