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    09-13-2009, 01:32 PM
help on choosing colors.

I need help in choosing my 2 horses colors.i have a 3 yr old tn walker mare that's chestnut and her saddle and tack is brown but I don't know what saddle pad or other colors would look good on aunt suggested a flouresant green,not neon but a bright green.she is a medium chestnut.

My 2nd horse is a 18 month old quarter horse that im going to be showing in halter soon.he is also about the same color as my tn walker but he looks a little darker.i have no idea what colors would look good on him.

Also I not really a fan of pink,blue,or purple.
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    09-13-2009, 06:10 PM
I Have A Chestnut Tb And I Buy Royal Blue Numnahs With His Name In Gold On It! I Think Blue And Gold Go Nice With Him:)
I See YOur Not A Fan Of Blue So Not Sure What Other Colours:S
    09-13-2009, 06:33 PM
All I can say is don't choose red. I've noticed that red typically looks terrible on chestnuts.

I understand your dislike of blue, I don't like blue either. Of course, my horse looks stunning in blue, especially since she has blue eyes, but I don't care. =P

Maybe you can go to the local hardware store and get those colored cards to help you pick out paint? That way you can actually see the colors, and it's free. =]
    09-13-2009, 08:52 PM
I've seen chestnuts that look awesome in Dark/Hunter Green. But, it depends on how dark the horse is... just a thought.
    09-13-2009, 09:06 PM
Yeah I have a hunter green saddle pad right now but its a navajo blanket and I can't find any other pads that I like in that color.and I ride western if that matters any.i don't like the regular blue but I might like other shades of it I just don't know what will look good on my horse.and that's a good idea to get paint sample cards!!!

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