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post #11 of 49 Old 04-14-2013, 05:11 PM
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cloths for a show

try robinsons country and leasure thay do mail order and thay are a great .
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try robinsons country and leasure thay do mail order and thay are a great .
Yeah, I would normally use robinsons as they're great. Was just looking for colour references and derby house were having a sale so I was browsing anyway :)
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They are OK, however I personaly would prefer something more yellowy or a bit brighter

this is personaly what I would go for (canary version)
Derby House Chester Breeches - Competition Jodhpurs and Breeches - Jodhpurs and Breeches - Women - Equestrian - Derby House Website
However if you cant face wearing something that yellow then the mark todd canarys are more beigey but with a little hint of yellow
Mark Todd NEW Gisborne Euro Seat Breeches - Competition Jodhpurs and Breeches - Jodhpurs and Breeches - Women - Equestrian - Derby House Website

or saddlecraft ones
Saddlecraft Ladies Jiggy Jodhpurs - Competition Jodhpurs and Breeches - Jodhpurs and Breeches - Women - Equestrian - Derby House Website
Brilliant, thank you for all your help :)
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dressing for a show.

hiya ok heres a list.
long leather rideing boots.
socks.
jodphers eather in conary or white.
show jacket prefably to come down to your hips not a shought one to finish above your hips colour black i have one with a velvet collar with silver piping made by dublin.
white shirt.
black tie.
gloves.
a velvet rideing hat.
eather a hair net in the colour of your hair or horse shoeswith net bows i hope this helps.
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hiya ok heres a list.
long leather rideing boots.
socks.
jodphers eather in conary or white.
show jacket prefably to come down to your hips not a shought one to finish above your hips colour black i have one with a velvet collar with silver piping made by dublin.
white shirt.
black tie.
gloves.
a velvet rideing hat.
eather a hair net in the colour of your hair or horse shoeswith net bows i hope this helps.
No that is fine for jumping but NOT for the show ring
Never white jods
NEVER a bvlack jacket for a woman in showing and never silver piping on anything
Never a black tie.
Never bows in anyone over the age of about 8!
Clava, minstrel and Glenknock like this.

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Quick question. I will be doing either ridden or in hand veteran class at the show. Would I have to plait my horse for these classes? All I know is that he's something Irish - I've heard TB x connie, but I don't know for sure. This is him for reference:
http://change-the-rein.tumblr.com/post/50252591695/hey-guys-check-me-out

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yep, you would nee to plait his mane and pull his tail.

In veteran classes you turn out to type. Which in his case is a hunter type.

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yep, you would nee to plait his mane and pull his tail.

In veteran classes you turn out to type. Which in his case is a hunter type.
Yeah, that's what I thought. Just wanted to make sure so we turned up right. Thanks!
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yep, you would nee to plait his mane and pull his tail.

In veteran classes you turn out to type. Which in his case is a hunter type.
Could I plait his tail instead of pulling it? And would I be looked down on for just using his reins and normal bridle instead of an in hand bridle?
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Or would his bridle (minus flash) and a leather lead rope with a chain be okay?
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