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post #31 of 306 Old 07-09-2009, 07:49 AM Thread Starter
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Don't take me the wrong way here, I am not trying to get you to buy one of my browbands - but if you are leasing him and you want to use your own bridle, you can use your own bridle. The only thing you would keep the same, is the bit.

I bet the only reason why he has Nylon tack, is because the BM or BO didn't want to spend the money on leather.

I don't see why it would be a problem to use your own leather bridle.

If you don't mind using the Nylon, which I wouldn't see why you would, then don't worry about it :)

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post #32 of 306 Old 07-09-2009, 08:51 PM
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Aaaaw man these are beautiful MIE. I would love to have one. I'm not very creative when it comes to these things though. But Timmy's colors are purple. I know I know. Purple on a boy horse isn't really manish. I'm not trying to immasculate him, honest!!!!
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I think Purple is a beautiful color :) It is the color of royalty!

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post #34 of 306 Old 07-10-2009, 09:52 PM
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Thank you so much Amba! I would LOVE to see your jewlery!
Here is a link to some pictures of my jewelry on flickr. What's on there right now is mostly my older stuff. Flickr: amba1027's Photostream

I hope you keep on making those because one day when I have my own horse and bridle again I will want to buy one!
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ooooh! You do such a beautiful job! You know what you should do, is make bracelettes and necklaces with the person's horses name on it. Make it into their colors *like mine is navy and baby blue* and put their horses name into it.

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ooooh! You do such a beautiful job! You know what you should do, is make bracelettes and necklaces with the person's horses name on it. Make it into their colors *like mine is navy and baby blue* and put their horses name into it.
Thanks! It makes me kind of sad to sell them because they're so I pretty I just want to keep them for myself lol. I've never actually thought to combine my love of horses with my jewelry making (mostly because I didn't start making the jewelry until after I stopped riding) but that's a great idea. I actually made a necklace with one of those metal name tags that people sometimes put on their bridles but I didn't really think anything of it at the time. I just did it as a way to remember my horse. Which do you think would be better, the little metal tags or those beads with the letters on them?
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Oh metal tags for sure - I think the plastic beads with letters on them are tacky.

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That's what I was thinking too but some people like the letter beads. They actually have metal ones too so they don't look as bad as the plastic. I still like the idea of the tags better though.
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When you get some made, I woud love to see how they look! I might have to trade you one of my browbands for one of your necklaces!

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post #40 of 306 Old 07-12-2009, 10:03 AM
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Don't take me the wrong way here, I am not trying to get you to buy one of my browbands - but if you are leasing him and you want to use your own bridle, you can use your own bridle. The only thing you would keep the same, is the bit.

I bet the only reason why he has Nylon tack, is because the BM or BO didn't want to spend the money on leather.

I don't see why it would be a problem to use your own leather bridle.

If you don't mind using the Nylon, which I wouldn't see why you would, then don't worry about it :)
Didn't think you were, np ;)
He's not mine- by lease or ownership or loan or anything, but I ride him almost everyday and love him to death. :)
It's really weird, because every single other horse we have has a leather bridle- ahha, except the one I ride, of course... I HATE the stupid nylon. Grr, it's so uglyy... lol..

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