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    09-16-2011, 12:05 PM
  #31
Yearling
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Originally Posted by jody111    
IM curious - as they kinda look like double plaits for each one... as oppose to a single rolled plait like Im used to ... I noticed it watching an equitation thing from over the states too...

How are they rolled up - do you have a close up of the actual braid... is that what makes them hunter braids?



I must say you do a lovely lovely job and you would get plenty of work at the major show in NZ :)
Hunter braids are pulled up, and then tied a different way than the dressage or button braids (which is what I think your talking about). For hunter braids, people want more braids in the mane to give the illusion that the neck is longer. Certain braiders can also create the illusion that horses have the same neckline (YouTube search johnthebraider he's AMAZING!!)

And thank you very very much!!
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    09-16-2011, 02:01 PM
  #32
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Let me know what you think! Positive critiquing and comments are greatly appreciated![/QUOTE]

You braiding is gorgeous, but I got a chuckle from THIS ^ one--the angle makes it look like a dinosaur skeleton! Lol
     
    09-16-2011, 02:48 PM
  #33
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Corporal    
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Let me know what you think! Positive critiquing and comments are greatly appreciated!
You braiding is gorgeous, but I got a chuckle from THIS ^ one--the angle makes it look like a dinosaur skeleton! Lol[/QUOTE]

Haha I see what you mean! At a glance it kind of does :)
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    09-17-2011, 04:00 PM
  #34
Weanling
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Originally Posted by justjump    
Hunter braids are pulled up, and then tied a different way than the dressage or button braids (which is what I think your talking about). For hunter braids, people want more braids in the mane to give the illusion that the neck is longer. Certain braiders can also create the illusion that horses have the same neckline (YouTube search johnthebraider he's AMAZING!!)

And thank you very very much!!
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ahhh thanks for the description :) our hunters over here use normal braids - I really like the look of these ones so will go have a nosey
     

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