Cutting western quarter paint horse appaloosa equine tack cowboy cowgirl rodeo…

Cutting western quarter paint horse appaloosa equine tack cowboy cowgirl rodeo…

Cuello de camisa con cristales

Cuello de camisa con cristales

For all my western pleasure friends

For all my western pleasure friends

Use this chart to help determine which colors are especially flattering on your horse. Find your horse's primary coat color on the chart (redhead, brunette or neutral) then consider colors in the suggested ranges. For Appaloosas, Paints, Pintos and other horses with more than 50% body white, we suggest the colors on the bottom and left side of the color wheel.

Use this chart to help determine which colors are especially flattering on your horse. Find your horse's primary coat color on the chart (redhead, brunette or neutral) then consider colors in the suggested ranges. For Appaloosas, Paints, Pintos and other horses with more than 50% body white, we suggest the colors on the bottom and left side of the color wheel.

Wood pallet sign western pleasure hunter under by TheVinylCowgirl

Wood pallet sign western pleasure hunter under by TheVinylCowgirl

Western pleasure.

Western pleasure.

DarDar8 Designs - White/Royal/Black Western Pleasure Jacket (front)

DarDar8 Designs - White/Royal/Black Western Pleasure Jacket (front)

A striking grey Quarter Horse loping. Horse event pictures, Performance spotlight.

A striking grey Quarter Horse loping. Horse event pictures, Performance spotlight.

low & slow!

low & slow!

Elis A Sleepin, Jr World Champion Western Riding      As the championship neck wreath was fastened around the 2006 black gelding’s neck, Leonard motioned to  remove the bridle and fastened the wreath around “Eli’s” neck.  Leonard loped around using the neck wreath to steer and eventually removed that as well, changing leads every two strides.

Elis A Sleepin, Jr World Champion Western Riding As the championship neck wreath was fastened around the 2006 black gelding’s neck, Leonard motioned to remove the bridle and fastened the wreath around “Eli’s” neck. Leonard loped around using the neck wreath to steer and eventually removed that as well, changing leads every two strides.

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