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        05-26-2009, 04:56 AM
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    Yearling
    Hello from Hungary

    Hi everyone

    My name is Paul and I live in the Puszta ( great plains region ) of Hungary - central europe.
    Decided to get out of the UK about 4 years ago ( too much stress ) and bought a place here as it was cheap and has a relaxed way of living. I have a small holding with 6 horses, 2 ponies , 5 dogs , 8 cats , 8 chickens and two ducks.
    Spend most of my days either playing with the neds or making some tack for someone . I have had horses for 20 years and have been doing my own saddlery for 17 years . I make mostly bridlework to order and the other saddlers that I know call me nuts because I do EVERYTHING by hand , and sometimes use stitching that is absurdly small . ( spent 6 hours last week hand stitching a pair of traces for a mini shetland , and made a drop noseband with a 14 to the inch stitch pattern )

    Mainly like to spend time with my horses though , what could be better than that.
         
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        05-26-2009, 01:51 PM
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    Weanling
    Hi there! My names Alyssa!Thats cool that you make tack! Can we see some pictures of the tack you've made its always cool to see tack that's handmade! Welcome to the forum hope to see you around!
         
        05-26-2009, 01:54 PM
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    Showing
    Welcome Paul, love your handle "Nutty saddler"
    Something I would love to be able to do, but I know is very hard work on both hands and eyes.
    Please post some photos of your work if you can.
         
        05-26-2009, 02:01 PM
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    Yearling
    Will post some pics when i've found the best place - don't want to look like i'm a trader just looking for work .
         
        05-28-2009, 11:38 AM
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    Trained
    Welcome to the forum! It sounds like you are VERY very talented. If you would like, Horse Artwork or Horse Tack and Equipment may be the best place to post your work. I'd love to see as well. I can't even imagine how much patience and talent that all must take..

    Have fun posting :)
         

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