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Western-style saddles and tacks
It' a good opportunity to get rid of the clouds and prepare you and your horses for the year! Western showmanship changes from seasons to seasons with what is "in-style", but there are some classic shows that are simply unbeatable. When you perform in Western Pleasure, Westerniding, Western Horsemanship and even some of our trailer categories, you will need a show cali.
Westernsadtel varies in colour, but the most common AQHA saddle seems to be very lightweight black seat and lots of sterling steel. A few new designs bring black mouldings, black and cooper inlays or even more dark, middle grade olive leathers, but these are all "trends" that may not stay that way.
If you don't want to buy a new show seat every year, a beautiful lightweight leather nut soaked in sterling steel looks good with any kind of horses and is a good "go-to" article. The most show jumping horses have dual coats, with sterling silver in each corner. Typically the tunics are highly worked, and the sterling silver ist etched for maximal sheen.
It can also be sterling silver on the cantel, knob (swelling), and the bugle or the stirrup according to your own styles. Remember that all the money will be visible to the judges - so consider your ride when choosing a showjump. When your legs move a great deal during running or doping, keep away from stapes with a little bit of sterling iron.
When your palms are occupied or not regardless of your fit, try a nut with less cabling on the knob and hub. When you have a good body position, make sure there is enough sterling to emphasize your upright back and calm fit. Your rein and rein can vary according to your race.
Especially now in AQHA Western Pleasure, the trend is towards twin-eared headpieces in silvery with simple slit bridles. When your mare has a big, squared, headband is slimmer than a twin-aural. When you show Arabian and riding saddles, you can use weight bearing rein with sterling silver pearls.
You can also use a thin, silver-coloured chest band, according to your mare and the category you are in. It is the purpose of all the sterling and the" Bling" on show horses and jumpers to attract the attention of the judges from a group of many. Both you and your mare must present a shiny, composite look without being exaggerated.
When your legs move while you ride, try adjusting your chops to your horses or saddles to make them less visible. Western-style show tops are usually made of a sleek fabric, and feature designs and colours with sterling silver or crystal. Attempt to choose a colour that looks good on your mare and find a suitable rucksack to complement the look.
Both you and your stallion should be perfectly cared for - straight back, managed fur for you and glossy, straight, flawless fur with well-braided or ribbed manes for the stallion. Well-developed pairs of horses and riders are the cream of a well-bred and skilled youngster.