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post #1 of 21 Old 02-18-2011, 10:05 PM Thread Starter
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Horses that model tack in magazines and websites...

Where do they come from? Are they owned by people that work for the company?
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Where do they come from? Are they owned by people that work for the company?
I don't know for sure.. Some of them look fake to me.
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I don't know for sure.. Some of them look fake to me.
Haha, really? Do you have an example?
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That's a good question! I always thought my horse would be an exceptional model



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There is 1 particular horse that I see, modeling for SmartPak - Da Rool!

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Majority of the Horses on magazines, are Studs and are in Stud books. Or horses that have won big competitions. Show horses, Studs, Broodmares...ect\
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Majority of the Horses on magazines, are Studs and are in Stud books. Or horses that have won big competitions. Show horses, Studs, Broodmares...ect\
Interesting! Do you know if the horse's owner pays the magazine for the advertising or if the magazine pays the horse's owner for the modeling?
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I know many in the SS tack magazine are from a nearby location to the warehouse because I wanted to get my stud's photo in and asked them. The ones that look fake probably started as real horse photos that ended in a Photoshop gone wrong to place the "product" better
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Hm. I've never thought of that. Cloud, I think your mare would look stunning in an ad!

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Haha, really? Do you have an example?
It's mostly the ones that model bridles.. They probably aren't fake but they're so perfect they look like it!

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That's just some.. You should see the magazine! They're perfect!!
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