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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

It just never seems to end...

The invasion of the rhinestones never ends!!






15 comments:

  1. Actually the second one isn't bad if you are into pink (which I am not), but I still like "classic" minimal bling tack and would not purchase it even if it was a color I liked.

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  2. Is that first one black and purple? Doesn't matter it is just way too much. Both would just overpower the horse's head. Might work if you were trying to hide something but I think a pretty head might just disappear into under all that leather and rhinestones.

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  3. Wowwee!! I'm gonna buy me that first bridle and the purple people eater from yesterday and just watch the eyes bleed as I ride by. Of course I'll need to put this tack on an especially orange chestnut to get the best color contrast to show off my BEE-U-TI-FULL tack!

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  4. ~ C: LOL---good plan for how to get noticed, but not in a "good" way.

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  5. I actually really like that breastcollar in the 2nd picture but I wouldn't get it in pink. But that bridle needs to go. I really dislike those big ol' things on a horse's head. Even if it was just plain leather in that shape I still wouldn't like it.

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  6. The second not so bad if your tring to hide a less then ideal head. I also like the breast collar just not in pink. The first one just does not appeal to me at all.
    ~C when&where will you be riding with this get-up so I know to avoid!

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  7. First one might not look too bad on a big ol' drafter head.......but I don't think there's any help for the second one......

    Take the circles off the second bridle, leave 2 of them as rosettes....

    At least they aren't acid-washed......LOL....

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  8. Elvis Lives. Viva Las Vegas!

    How terrible is it that I love the black one? I'm ready to toss my sedate dressage bridle and rock out...oh wait. Not loving the heavy lumps of leather down by the bit. Dang. Might look good on a hammer head though?

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  9. As long as your horse doesn't have a teacup muzzle like an Arab or some Morgans - or even some AQHAs - those buckaroo bridles can look neat. They don't look nearly as "clunky" as you'd think.

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  10. theliteraryhorse: My husband rides a hammerhead mustang mare, do you think he'd go for it??

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  11. The 'rosettes' on the headstall in the second one look like eyes. And they are freaking me out! They keep staring at me from the monitor.

    Please make them stop.

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  12. They made conchos out of My Little Pony eyes!!!

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  13. They are staring at me...the eyes, the eyes...Can't...look...away....Yes, Master, I will use neon colors mixed with pastels and multi-colored rhinestones on every glueable surface in the WP classes...yes, it should blind the judge so he cannot recognize my poor horsemanship skills...yes...yeeeeessssss....

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  14. Drillrider, I have a very soft spot for hammerheaded horses. I think you should go for it! Of course, I'm the one who (what is WRONG with me?) likes it! I can see how it might look good on a full muzzled horse like cattypex said...

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