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RachaelandMrP

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SHOW WEAR... SO CONFUSED?

Hi everyone, im sooo confused as to what i should be wearing to show my horse! im 17 and he is a 15.3 chesnut full tb and im hoping to do some equitation, open showing and riding club horse classes.

what colour show jacket should i have!? ive asked differentpeopleand hadloads of different answers! if tweed, what colour? or navy or black? 

any other advice is helpful as ive only ever been to one show (bury last year) before!

thanks

x

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Kirsten32

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Kirsten32 says:

Re: SHOW WEAR... SO CONFUSED?

 It all depends on what type off class you're entering. Classes like riding horse or show hunter classes go for a tweed (colour doesn't matter) however if you were to go for show hack classes a navy  jacket with tie (not stock)should be worn.

But it's not so much the horse it's more the type of class you are entering. Good luck

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leannemccabe

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leannemccabe says:

Re: SHOW WEAR... SO CONFUSED?

 i'd guess he's a riding horse so you'd wear a navy jcket with pale jods and a shirt and tie he shold wear discrete tack with a coloured browband that matches your tie and compliments his colouring :) good luck x

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