I have also seen patent leather accents and piping in red, yellow, green, even panels of plaid. These saddles and bridles are fun and fashionable, but not always appropriate for the show ring.
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Principles of colors… Just like the ones that art students learn in their first courses. You need to know the harmony of colors before choosing a tack set for your horse.
3- Check the sets sorted by colors to make sure parts of the tacks are matching. Don’t prefer light or neutral colors as these will blend in.
Chestnuts, on the other hand, can be a bit tricky to dress with the correct color. Try to use deeper and richer colors, avoid light shades of red.
Blues, emerald or mint greens can complete the chestnut coats. Similar colors to the coat such as yellow, champagne, beige, orange can be a misstep.
Of course, we didn’t forget our colorful buddies. Explore our colorful sets and find the nest match for your horse HERE.
There are a lot of nice color combos, but these are my favorites. Purple on grass <3 Most colors look good on blacks, but I think green is nice.
My bay has red stuff, and my moms paints (bay/black) have blue tack. There are so many shades of certain colors that I usually just pick based on the specific horse. I ride my very weirdly colored gray mare in turquoise and black.
I am putting my bay Tobago gelding in a regal all black and white. I love weird color combinations... my sister's blue roan, who has risen dapples on his hindquarters, wears a dark pink, almost burgundy.
I think my chestnut paint looks good in baby blue, navy, black, and white. He looks good in a rich dark royal purple too, but it's tough finding stuff in that color here.
My VERY red chestnut mare is royal blue and my brown painted filly is going to be hot pink. I have bright yellow, lime green and neon orange on my bad *** brown.
I have specific shade of purple with a bit of gray details on my dark-brown-almost-black mare.... Too hard to get purple/gray boots in Shetty size.... but got them finally! I have a dark bay near leopard Appaloosa and turquoise suits him really well.
With so many colors and combinations to choose from, finding the perfect tack set can be quite a challenge. Here are 5 helpful tips, some stunning examples thanks to our customers and an awesome NEW app.
Hint: A Minty color is stunning on almost EVERY horse. Examples: Royal Blue + Black Horse, Red + Bays, Purple + Grey's, Pink + Chestnuts.
There are so many colors that look great on Chestnuts, making it a tricky decision. I can say that Green, Black and Turquoise and Royal Blue are very popular and look beautiful.
You can upload a photo of your horse and see what all the colors look like before choosing your favorite. I love Mint on a dapple gray and Tan on black horses.
Special thanks to our customers for the photos including Matt, Rebecca, Grace, Lott, Emma, Megan, Darker, Abby, Megan, Kathy, Jenny and Hooves Up Equestrian. In this post you will be able to use these products to create your own purple horse match sets, matching horseback sets, and matching horse equipment in general.
Mystery royalty imagination spirituality fulfillment vitality However, for dark coat horses you want a lighter purple like lavender color.
Light colored horses look best in a deeper, darker purple. If you know of some purple horse products that other equestrians would benefit from having on this list.
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