Shannon // 14 years young // Brunette // Green eyes // Love horses // Go with the flow
caterpiii:

lift by bndsc411 on Flickr.

caterpiii:

lift by bndsc411 on Flickr.

ottb-hunter:

luckyphares:

Saddle

Tag your porn god damn it

ottb-hunter:

luckyphares:

Saddle

Tag your porn god damn it

jumperturns:

IMG_7599 by Laurel Jarvis on Flickr.

jumperturns:

IMG_7599 by Laurel Jarvis on Flickr.

superdiadem:

I don’t remember who was it

but I loved them!

perfeqtionistt:

Flat phase of USHJA’s Emerging Athletes Program Ogilvy+CWD=love

perfeqtionistt:

Flat phase of USHJA’s Emerging Athletes Program
Ogilvy+CWD=love

willslideforchocolate:

✖️

willslideforchocolate:

✖️

hollowayhunter:

Struttin #yolo #lfny #cwd photo creds to @katwinter

hollowayhunter:

Struttin #yolo #lfny #cwd photo creds to @katwinter

equestrian-perfectionist:

i love this place!

equestrian-perfectionist:

i love this place!

squeaky-bits:

jumperturns:

teachmehowtoequitate:

squeaky-bits:

classicalequestrian:

ridingthescree:

classicalequestrian:

scarlettjane22:

Michael Whitaker’s Elie van de Kolmen
Found on noellefloyd.com
via Melissa Schoenheider •on Pinterest

Jesus what is going on with that horses face. They need to remove at least 90% of that tack

what’s that thin line between the nosebands? and holy shit why would anyone need this on a horse

I’m not sure but it looks like it connects to the bit and goes into the mouth but don’t quote me beacuse there is literally so much shit on this horse I can’t see it all

Wow, a flash noseband and a rubber mouthed pelham with double reins, which makes it gentler than using a converter.
And no, the string does not go into the mouth, but it is harsher in that it puts pressure on the nose when the leverage is activated.
Oh and the black string keeps the fly bonnet tied down.
How about if we are too ignorant to know the facts, we don’t comment.

PREACH THANK GOD

ok but it looks like second pair of reins are connected to the white string???

On my phone I can see it - so yes, the string is attached to the second rein, and the pelham is on a converter. A harsh combination if in the wrong hands, not harsh at all when used correctly.
I still don’t retract anything I said in the above statement though.

squeaky-bits:

jumperturns:

teachmehowtoequitate:

squeaky-bits:

classicalequestrian:

ridingthescree:

classicalequestrian:

scarlettjane22:

Michael Whitaker’s Elie van de Kolmen

Found on noellefloyd.com

via Melissa Schoenheider •on Pinterest

Jesus what is going on with that horses face. They need to remove at least 90% of that tack

what’s that thin line between the nosebands? and holy shit why would anyone need this on a horse

I’m not sure but it looks like it connects to the bit and goes into the mouth but don’t quote me beacuse there is literally so much shit on this horse I can’t see it all

Wow, a flash noseband and a rubber mouthed pelham with double reins, which makes it gentler than using a converter.

And no, the string does not go into the mouth, but it is harsher in that it puts pressure on the nose when the leverage is activated.

Oh and the black string keeps the fly bonnet tied down.

How about if we are too ignorant to know the facts, we don’t comment.

PREACH THANK GOD

ok but it looks like second pair of reins are connected to the white string???

On my phone I can see it - so yes, the string is attached to the second rein, and the pelham is on a converter. A harsh combination if in the wrong hands, not harsh at all when used correctly.

I still don’t retract anything I said in the above statement though.