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    03-06-2013, 12:17 AM
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Yearling
The horses and riders were the hard part to photoshop in.

     
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    03-15-2013, 06:59 PM
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Weanling
HAT! Take a hat with a brim! Your nose, ears, and neck will get fried with a helmet! Also, you might think about a bandanna, or neckerchief of some kind. Keeps the sun off you upper chest and neck.

Sunglasses. You'll need it when that evening sun starts to set in AZ!
     
    03-15-2013, 07:44 PM
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Foal
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Originally Posted by thenrie    
HAT! Take a hat with a brim! Your nose, ears, and neck will get fried with a helmet! Also, you might think about a bandanna, or neckerchief of some kind. Keeps the sun off you upper chest and neck.

Sunglasses. You'll need it when that evening sun starts to set in AZ!
Thanks everyone for the ideas...I always wear a cowboy hat and silk or nylon scarf. I also have a camelback for water too so that should work well. I leave tomorrow and I climb on a horse on Sunday and get off the following Sunday. Good thing I ride alot or I will be sore...probably will be anyway since it won't be my saddle. I will post some of the images we make while we are down there when I get back.

Cheers!
Les
     



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