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    08-14-2011, 02:40 AM
Horse modeling?

Hey there. My brother brought up an interesting subject today while we were talking about how cute my horse is...hehe. We've found out he really shouldn't be ridden due to some old injuries from his racing career, and I love him so much and really don't want to sell him. He is a thoroughbred...everyone compliments his head. I was just thinking he could like model halters or flymasks or something for a company. Does anyone know where you could get into something like this?? Thanks!
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    08-14-2011, 01:37 PM
A thread like this has been brought up a whole bunch of times, and usually they don't get many replies, unfortunately. It seems like people on the horse forum don't know much about this subject. If you want, search "Horse modelling" or "horse modeling" (apparently both spellings are correct...Huh) in the search to find other threads about it. They may have more information.
    08-14-2011, 02:38 PM
Oh. Hmm. Thanks for the reply, I'll research it! :)

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