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ellaw
Equestrian Inspirer
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Power_hors3
Equestrian PRO
15/05/24-11:03
Hello, here I go with another question day! How much saddle pads do you have? Let me know in the comments!! ❤️☺️
Saddle pads never enough
PaminaL
PS Squad
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PaminaL
PS Squad
14/05/24-17:54
What a baby🥰 He is just too cute❤️
What a baby🥰 He is just too cute❤️
Kate S.
Equestrian PRO
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Kate S.
Equestrian PRO
13/05/24-12:39 (edited on 13/05/24-12:41)
Not really horse related, but I'd love to see everyone's
Not really horse related, but I'd love to see everyone's northern lights photos from the weekend and how far south you are!! I am in SW Virginia, and we had a spectacular show on Friday night. We could see it with our "naked eyes" - the reds, greens being most visible, and some amazing light dancing.
Niamh
PS Squad
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Niamh
PS Squad
08/05/24-13:08 (edited on 08/05/24-13:12)
Running Braid Tips and Tricks! Let me start by saying I'm no pro at plaiting, but here are my tips and tricks and a short tutorial. To do the traditional braid you have to plait under. You can see the difference in the two pictures (second and third slide) of going under and going over (2 is over, 3 in under). Going over in my opinion is easier, but it never looks as nice because the plait is hiding! What do I mean by this? In the normal plait, you start with the first strand going over, then the third strand going over. With this method, they must go under. Let's go into detail: 1. Start at the top with three strands. Let's call them 1 (left), 2 (middle) and 3 (right). 2. Put strand 1 under strand 2, then put strand 3 under strand 1. They now should be in order 2, 3, 1. Add hair to strand 1. 3. Repeat step two. Put strand 2 under strand 3, then strand 1 under strand 2. Add hair to strand 2. 4. Repeat this method until there is no more hair to add the plait, then finish the plait without adding hair. *TIPS AND TRICKS* - The most important thing is to keep the plait tight, otherwise, it will keep lowering, won't look as good and can fall out when riding. There must be constant tension whilst you are doing it. - The pieces of hair you add should be similar in size, if not the size of the plait will change. - Practice, practice, practice!! The best way to improve is to keep trying! - It's easier to do with a shorter mane! - If it seems difficult first try it over instead of under, once you get the hang of it then try under. Let me know if you have any questions.
NataliaD
Equestrian Inspirer
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NataliaD
Equestrian Inspirer
10/05/24-08:39
Dear fellow equestrians, it's getting warmer and more and more insects attack horses 🪰🦟😒 Of course, I have sprays (and I remember the recipe for insect spray given by @BrielleD some time ago, and I even took a screenshot to make it easier for me to find it 😁), there are also supplements that change the smell of horse sweat and repel insects, but I think I would also need a mask. There are lots of different ones in stores - smaller and larger, with a fly skirt, with stretch, with a flap over the nose - and I'm lost and don't know which one to choose. If PS had masks in the store, I probably wouldn't have any doubts about which one and where to buy them, because they would be great (dear PS team, just a small suggestion that it would be great if you had masks for sale)! 😁 I'm looking for a mask that can be used while riding - that is, one that can be used with a bridle. Any suggestions and advice will be greatly appreciated! 😊
Fly mask
Pille-Riin
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Pille-Riin
Collective ambassador
05/05/24-16:03
Something pink 💕🌸
Something pink 💕🌸