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Riding clothes, rules and more
Clothing for your lessons is an important part of your trade fair appearance. Involvement and your horse's appearance says a lot about you and your horse without words or even motion. "This gives room for a great degree of customisation in use. Allow us to take a closer look at the driver's clothing.
Conversational, co-ordinated, appropriate, fitting, harmonic, tasteful, comfort; all these words are valid for trapezewear. A lot of clothes are selected in front of a vertical looking glass. You will be in the shopping basket and many different things can occur with your clothes. Neck openings in front of the mirrors may be too risky if you drive a small car.
For both adolescents and grown-ups, countryside or classical riders choose a westerns helmet if they wear west clothing. Men have a smaller selection of suitable clothes than we women, but personality can appear in accented colours in neckties or bag squares. What does this mean? It is always a good idea to choose a well-fitting outfit made of high-quality materials, whereby the colour harmonises with the colour of the horse, the harnesses and the car.
Wearing a hat to complete the division's look, with more functional switches and more stylish top. Passionate tweed or canvas, men's classical pleasures drive looks, men's shoes, seasonal straws, cap or slim hat for colder days. The women in the Classics have a large selection of decent and tasty possibilities and remain in the "classic" look.
Number of naked skins to be seen in Classic or Classic departments should be minimum. Junior (youth) can be dressed as an adult, and young women can be dressed appropriately but do not usually use a hat. Matching the horse, a little more elegant, with more prestige and elegance.
Clothes can be a little more bold, with brighter colours or highlights for men and women. Brighter coloured ponies can be beautifully depicted in the driver's clothing to prevent the horse from visually competing with the other. After all, the horse is the centre of attention. One-person pleasure courses enable a higher degree of excellence in the horse's movements and self-propagation as well as the rider's presentations.
Riding as a sports activity has a long story, and many unsophisticated regulations are dictating the right clothing. The aim should be to wear modern, fashionable and tasty clothing. In the ideal case the driver's clothing should correspond to the horse, the issuer and the intention of the group. Though not often seen in America Automobile Club categories, skirts or pet gowns are needed at events organized by the African Automobile Society.
ADS Very Small Equine Division is expanding fast, so the AMHA riders who venture out of the show ring need to get a coat or slip. For me I think that an elevator skirt is the final touches for a bike equipment, but a poor skirt (like a poor hat) can spoil the overall appearance.
There'?s no point making a bad image with a good horse! Clothing does not have to be expensive or expensive to attract the attention of the judge, but sometimes it distracts from the overall view if it is not well suitable for the horse or divisions. It' a bad thing to wear clothes for the horse or the school.
Looks are the last in the order of the evaluation criterions for Country Pleasure driving and Singles Pleasure driving and are not included in the rules for Classic Pleasure driving. Generally speaking, I do not pay much personal heed to the driver's clothing, unless it is out of place, tasteless or generally in breach of the law.
However, a well clad rider is the last element of a nicely designed horse-drawn carriage show. I' d much prefer an inscription for the seemless refinement of the show to be remembered, rather than for extravagant or distasteful over- or underwear. Finally, I would like to say that the best match for laid-back rural clothing is woodwheels.
Wire-sprung cars with patented harnesses require an upgrade of the driver's gear. Clothes should be neat and well-molded. Drivers' apparel should correspond to the divisions, the harnesses and the car, should caress the horse's styling and colouring and complement the "overall picture" of a victor. She began her career as a horse-loving young grown-up with a never-ending love for horses.
She has studied training, Western pleasure, eventing, steeplechasing and has possessed and compete with Arabs, Quarterhorses, Morgans, Saddlebreds, Paso Finos, Welsh Pony, Thoroughbreds, Warmbloods and Trakheners. Becoming an accredited judging horse at the insistence and encouragement of Mr. Lowell Boone (over 20 years ago), her vast expertise in a large range of races and events makes her the best horse of all types.
Nowadays Karen and her husbands own import broodmares and are on a stud of the fjord horse breeding in Norway, where Karen has a Senior Evaluator licence. Karen has always been fond of miniature ponies (she loves to judge them) and has recently become a pet owners herself and has loved to show them off to several victories in the holster and on the open show track.
Our Country Pleasure Driving Division should convey a calm, calm and enjoyable picture. 1- This big young man in westerly dress with the striking pied horse has a great look. Its earthy shades are appealing and yet striking and show off the horse's singular colouring. Its crossover could be used for many different horse colours and horse type, and with a different cap a completely new look could be made.
2 - This young lady and her piebald wear the earthy shades I suggested for another rider in this one. The colours are in harmony with the colour of the horse, which well balances the colour pattern. I' d probably choose a more "western" thematic note of jewellery (perhaps a pair of conchos earrings) would congratulate the picture and it could be adding another light note with a sweeping silvery armband.
Your clothing is appropriate and provides an overall attractive start to the Country Divison. 3 - I adore the involvement of this woman - very polite for the horse and the rider, striking and stylish - with just the right amount of patterns to caress both the rider and the horse. Editor's note: Judge Maas gives her opinion on the choice of driver's clothing.
Remember that the horse is NOT labelled here in a single section - although its look is important for the overall image, only the clothing for each category is criticised here. Classic provides a wide variety of clothing choices. 1 - Here the woman with the golden coat and the fedora overpower the horse in a visual way.
It' s sturdy and could work with a heavily coloured horse (a massive brown or brown or dark palomini ), but with this horse it is simply not well. I would choose this classical horse myself for nature materials and soil noises. 2 - The rider in westerly clothes is well dressed, with colours that attract the eyes, as the horse is a sturdy, deep colour and needs a little help to be seen on the track.
3 - This young man shows a tasty handling of colour and is appropriate to the horse's way of moving. The young man has a very good attitude in the car and the horse is well prepared. And, last but not least, the Department of Transport. The crossover is suitable, appealing and classy for the singles category.
These menswear can be used for a wide range of equestrian and departments with easy changes to ties, hats or handkerchiefs. 3 - Although this general involvement of horse and rider is very striking, (what a pretty little horse!) I must say I would have preferred less hide - a shrug of the shoulders or a sweater could be used and still retain the sleek effect.
However, the colour selection and elegance of the styles are suitable for the Single Series.