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post #1 of 20 Old 02-14-2010, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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My Official Rhythm Bead Sale Thread

All Rhythm Bead sets include the Rhythm Bead Necklace and a matching Mane Charm. Matching saddle charms or extra Matching mane charms can be requested for an additional $2 each with the purchase of a Rhythm Bead Necklace.

Saddle Charms and Mane Charms sold individually cost $2 - $5 a piece + shipping

Payment: I currently accept Paypal, Money Orders and Personal Checks (checks must clear before item is shipped out.)


CUSTOM RHYTHM BEADS
I can make custom beads in nearly any color, or color combination that you could ask for. When making custom beads I determine the pattern but you give me the colors you would like me to use. Please copy and paste and fill out the following into the contact me form to order your own custom beads.

I must receive a 50% down payment on all custom orders to ensure that you will in deed buy them.

Name:

Email Address:

Color/Colors Wanted:

Gold or Silver Bells:

Type of Charm Wanted (please give me more then one option in case I cannot find the exact charm you want):

Do You Want a Matching Mane Charm:

Do You Want A Matching Saddle Charm:

Size of Horse/Pony (Mini/small pony, Medium/Large pony, Small/Medium Horse, Warmblood, Draft):


Once I receive your order I will email back with a cost. Custom orders will cost between $15-$35 including shipping based on the cost of materials being used.

CURRENT RHYTHM BEADS FOR SALE

Black/White/Lime "Inspire" Set - $15 Shipped




Pink Butterfly Set - $15 Shipped




Silver "Flower Power" Set With Heart Locket Mane Charm - $25 Shipped




Blue and Gold Cross Set - $20 Shipped




Pink/Silver Honey Bee Set With Heart Locket Mane Charm - $25 Shipped




Yellow/Silver "Key To My Heart" Set - $25 Shipped




Red Dragonfly Set - $20 Shipped




Please check out my sale website too!! Equestrian Rhythm - Home

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post #2 of 20 Old 02-14-2010, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
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Three New Sets!

Blue/Orange "Dare To Dream" Set - $15 Shipped




Red/Gold "Take the road less traveled by" Set - $20 Shipped




Mini Horse Sized "Pretty in Pink" Set - $10 Shipped


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post #3 of 20 Old 02-14-2010, 11:54 PM
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I want the dare to dream site. Didn't I just send you money? lol
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post #4 of 20 Old 02-15-2010, 12:16 AM Thread Starter
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Haha yes you did :) do you want it?

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post #5 of 20 Old 02-15-2010, 12:38 AM
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I do. I'll send the money over that way you can just ship it, too.
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post #6 of 20 Old 02-15-2010, 10:29 AM Thread Starter
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Great! Got it!! "Dare To Dream" Set is SOLD

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They are all lovely...but can I ask a dense question. What are they used for?

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They are all lovely...but can I ask a dense question. What are they used for?
WHAT ARE RHYTHM BEADS?
Rhythm beads for horses are the newest equine craze and are quickly gaining in popularity across the world. Many people don't know that rhythm beads have actually been around for a long time and were originally used by Native Americans to become "one with their horses" and to help protect them both from danger. The beads were made from feathers, shells, beads and stones, and would show the rank of the Native American in his tribe.

WHY SHOULD YOU USE RHYTHM BEADS?
Equine rhythm beads, also known as speed beads, are not only beautiful but have many uses as well. They are an auditory learning device and a valuable training aid. Rhythm beads encourage your horse to follow a rhythm, much like a musician following a metronome through timed beats. The jingling of the bells accentuates the tempo of the horses gait and help the rider to better control the pace, as well as easily pick up correct leads and diagonals.

Equine rhythm beads are also wonderful for desensitizing and training younger, abused or naturally spooky horses. They are also wonderful for trail riders. The jingling of the bells alerts other riders and wildlife of your presence on the trails, making the ride safer for you and those around you, and helping to cut down on the number of creatures that "pop" out of the woods.

"Green" riders can also benefit a great deal from rhythm beads, by listening to the bells they will be able to learn how to keep their own bodies in rhythm with their horses stride. The soft jingling of the bells also helps to keep the horse and rider focused on their ride and helps to eliminate outside noise and distractions.

WHO CAN USE RHYTHM BEADS?
Anyone. Rhythm beads can be used in all disciplines. They are gaining popularity and whole hearted support from Trail Riders, Endurance Riders, Dressage Riders, Reiners, Barrel Racers, Jumpers and Gaited Horse Riders around the world! Any rider in any discipline can use Equine Rhythm be

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Do you tie them to your saddle or something? Geez..I'm feeling really dense today. :(

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Put one around the horse's neck and the other on it's mane.

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