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  1. #1
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    Default Who likes Stubben & Royal Blue/Baby Blue?

    http://www.fs-saddlery.co.uk/comersu...idProduct=1794


    That bridle is so AWESOME!!! Seriously, If my life didn't revolve around the color teal I'd buy that sucker in a heartbeat... always love the quality of Stubben bridles, and then add the unique color and detail of that one? *wistful sigh*



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    *drool* I wish. Love it.
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    Oh great. Now I'm not just looking at conformation, etc... for my next horse... I also want him/her to match that bridle!!!


    Very pretty.



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    Ooooh.. that is REALLY pretty. Too bad it's black and I despise black tack on my chestnut. Although it's probably a good thing... I already have 4 bridles for her, one of which has only been used twice and one has never even been in the same county as her .



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    Quote Originally Posted by sabriel View Post
    Oh great. Now I'm not just looking at conformation, etc... for my next horse... I also want him/her to match that bridle!!!
    HAHAHA!! Ok, so the whole reason I'm back to looking for bridles is because I bought a lovely black w/ brass accents dressage bridle in February... it was a smoking deal as far as quality vs price... and then bought Kirby the following month.

    Brass just doesn't go well with mr Kirby - he's got grey hairs all through his coat and I think it looks hideous. So aforementioned bridles is getting sold and now I'm looking for my next purchase lol.

    Oh, the things we do when we're tack addicts. Is there a Tack Addicts Anonymous group I can join?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Late View Post
    Oh, the things we do when we're tack addicts. Is there a Tack Addicts Anonymous group I can join?
    There was, but it ended up turning into a tack swap, so no rehabilitation took place .



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    Quote Originally Posted by Late View Post
    HAHAHA!! Ok, so the whole reason I'm back to looking for bridles is because I bought a lovely black w/ brass accents dressage bridle in February... it was a smoking deal as far as quality vs price... and then bought Kirby the following month.

    Brass just doesn't go well with mr Kirby - he's got grey hairs all through his coat and I think it looks hideous. So aforementioned bridles is getting sold and now I'm looking for my next purchase lol.

    Oh, the things we do when we're tack addicts. Is there a Tack Addicts Anonymous group I can join?

    Yes, well... the serious contender right now would clash HORRIBLY with that bridle... I thought briefly about your bridle with brass accents but he is a light/caramel colored bay and I don't think that would work either. Actually, I think any color he would look nice in will NOT look nice on me. *sigh* He needs fall colors and I need spring colors.

    I guess if that is the worst thing to happen then we'll be doing pretty good together.


    Oh!! I just had a thought... he might look beauuuuutiful in all custom brown tack.... And I can get the custom, matching brown tall boots that I've been coveting for years! Now if only my bank account could survive!



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    Love it... I'm so on it! Thanks for the link!
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    I have that bridle in cob and I love it on my mare! It looks great on her refined TB head and her black/dark bay coloring looks great with it.

    Regrettably, the darned horse got a pasture injury right after I got it, so no future riding (she's a broodmare anyway).

    So maresey wore it once.



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    That would clash with everything I own, but I'm not above buying it and hanging it on my bedpost....
    The more perfect our happiness,
    the more nagging and wretched
    do our unsolved problems seem.
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    I think I am going to have to buy one for dressage camp. Bye Bye budget!



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    Ok, I guess I am not seeing it. I love blue, those are our XC colours, but that is probably one of the ugliest bridles I have ever seen.



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    Do you know how gorgeous my grey TB would look in that?




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