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post #1 of 2 Old 01-17-2013, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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Flying Colors

Ok, so first of all, so proud of my thread title right now

This summer I'm doing our local (Maine/Massachusetts/New Hampshire) H/J circuit, I'm doing a couple different hunter divisions and puddle jumpers (2'6"). So for locally rated shows how 'color coordinated' do you think I should be? My gelding is brownish/dark bay/buckskin depending on how sun bleached he gets

My geldings colors are navy/hunter green/white so seeing as how that's not like lime green I don't think I could go overboard(?)

So I was thinking:
I have this pad:

I want to get this, its navy with small crystals and I LOVE it, just a little bit of sparkle :)


Now my question is, is that enough or should I do colored polos too? Or would that be too much? If I did do colored polos what color do you think I should do?

Oops that was more than one question
Thanks!

Oh! Heres a couple pictures of my boy!
He's a badass brown so he changes color a lot!





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post #2 of 2 Old 01-17-2013, 09:03 PM
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I've never done rated shows, so I could be going about this all wrong... However, I think colored polo's would be too much to your color coordination :) .

Matching pad and ear net is a nice touch.

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