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post #31 of 42 Old 05-10-2013, 09:16 AM
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Shorts or no shorts, Personally I don't think it makes a difference unless you put on chaps or chinks if you need the protection


But then we often try and squeeze through some narrow spots.


Since we just move higher up the mountain as the summer heat arrives, It seems we always have several layers on or tied behind the cantle on the saddle.
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That hat looks about broke in like my leather hat. I'll try to remember a pic of it this evening.
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The barn I ride at has a pasture that is 50-60 acers with trails that run threw the back, my friend and I wanted to spend the afternoon riding threw the trails so I went bareback, barefoot and in yoga pants
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post #35 of 42 Old 05-10-2013, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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Shorts or no shorts, Personally I don't think it makes a difference unless you put on chaps or chinks if you need the protection


But then we often try and squeeze through some narrow spots.


Since we just move higher up the mountain as the summer heat arrives, It seems we always have several layers on or tied behind the cantle on the saddle.
wow that cut looks painful I've had some nasty scrapes from trees and fences but nothing as bad as that. But it looks so cool to ride there! Those rocks are awesome

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post #36 of 42 Old 05-10-2013, 10:56 AM
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I used to ride in breeches, 1/2 chaps, trophy vest or oilskin depending on the weather, if hot, a western tank top (panhandle slim or Rock & Roll cowgirl have some really nice ones), and if western, I liked Q baby jeans, the popular brands, RR Cowgirl, Missme's, I save for streetwear. However, I found these Horka's on sale, I use them for both english & western, they have stirrups for under your ankles so they don't bunch if you wear tall boots for english but fit high enough for western boots as well.

Lifting up the cuff to show how the stirrup part comes down under the ankle:
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I used to ride in breeches, 1/2 chaps, trophy vest or oilskin depending on the weather, if hot, a western tank top (panhandle slim or Rock & Roll cowgirl have some really nice ones), and if western, I liked Q baby jeans, the popular brands, RR Cowgirl, Missme's, I save for streetwear. However, I found these Horka's on sale, I use them for both english & western, they have stirrups for under your ankles so they don't bunch if you wear tall boots for english but fit high enough for western boots as well.

Lifting up the cuff to show how the stirrup part comes down under the ankle:

Oooh I like those jeans lol I was looking at some of these: Goode Rider - Jean Cargo Full Seat



I really love the bit design on those! I'm going to have to hoard my money so I can buy a pair lol

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I really love those however that is more than I'd be willing to spend, pricey! I alway hit the sales rack at every tackstore I come across, picked up the Horka's for half price, $60.
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I really love those however that is more than I'd be willing to spend, pricey! I alway hit the sales rack at every tackstore I come across, picked up the Horka's for half price, $60.
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Yeah, I'm going to try and find some that are on sale, or buy some from Dover Saddlery which is a bit cheaper.

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post #40 of 42 Old 05-10-2013, 11:23 AM Thread Starter
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And then I found this shirt Riding Warehouse Women's Eat Sleep Ride T-Shirt



Rofl that's the story of my life right there
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