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    Exclamation Harnessmaker who can make a medieval breeching by WEG?

    Figured this forum would have the best leads...

    Gary Mundy is flooded with work (good for him, bad for us)

    We have photos and measurements, need someone to make the breeching...

    Leads? Recommendations?

    THANK YOU!!
    InnisFailte Pinto Sporthorses & Coloured Cobs
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    Check around in the SCA (society for creative anachronism). Lots of knowledgeable, skilled authenticity fanatics. If you'd like, pm me and I'll post your request On the main boards.
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    Are there no Amish guys where you live? They can make anything!



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    Quote Originally Posted by thathorse View Post
    Check around in the SCA (society for creative anachronism). Lots of knowledgeable, skilled authenticity fanatics. If you'd like, pm me and I'll post your request On the main boards.
    But everyone's at Pennsic!
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    You might want to try Gayla driving center, Sterling Grayburn and Deb Banfield. They'll know and they're in Georgetown.
    Last edited by tempichange; Aug. 14, 2010 at 11:10 PM. Reason: Screwed sterling's name up.
    Kelly
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    That would be Sterling Grayburn, and I am sure my spelling is incorrect. Yet that is how you pronounce it. Debbie and Sterling have the contacts for anything driving related in Kentucky.



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    Quote Originally Posted by goodhors View Post
    That would be Sterling Grayburn, and I am sure my spelling is incorrect. Yet that is how you pronounce it. Debbie and Sterling have the contacts for anything driving related in Kentucky.
    Sorry about that. My bad.
    Kelly
    It is rare to see a rider who is truly passionate about the horse and his training, taking a profound interest in dressage with self-abnegation, and making this extraordinarily subtle work one of the dominant motivations of his life.\"



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