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post #1 of 28 Old 12-20-2013, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
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Love this, but what events would it be suitable for?

LOL, nothing like falling in love, but yeah, what would you wear it for?

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post #2 of 28 Old 12-20-2013, 01:07 PM
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Something western?
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post #3 of 28 Old 12-20-2013, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
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Something western?
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you mean the dressage judge in an English event may not like it
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It's a rail jacket, something you could wear all day at a local show from showmanship, pleasure, horsemanship, and trail. At upper levels you would want something different for showmanship and horsemanship, but one would usually wear these all day when the western events all very close together.
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It's a rail jacket, something you could wear all day at a local show from showmanship, pleasure, horsemanship, and trail. At upper levels you would want something different for showmanship and horsemanship, but one would usually wear these all day when the western events all very close together.
Interesting (really)....so you would just slip it on over a t-shirt or the like after you've finished grooming and tacking up and then you're ready to go???
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Hey Chevaux do you think the good folk of Saskatchewan would be skeered by this?
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Hey Chevaux do you think the good folk of Saskatchewan would be skeered by this?
I'm afraid to say with the right crowd - they would. Seriously, it is a lovely design and if it was reworked in the collar and sleeves, it could be worn to rural oriented Christmas parties and such as well horse shows.
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Interesting (really)....so you would just slip it on over a t-shirt or the like after you've finished grooming and tacking up and then you're ready to go???
What!! You don't have a groom?

Oh wait, *sigh* nor do I
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you mean the dressage judge in an English event may not like it
Well...eventers do like showing off personality..
Hmm. We should bribe someone to do it!
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Not reining, at least around here. You have to "earn" bling, and that is considered bling. So, WP, showmanship, those kinds of things……

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