When I am performing I get asked a lot of questions...not just about riding, but more often the questions are related to my costumes and my horse's tack. I started performing when I was a teenager in the Isaac Royal Equestrian Theater. We put on a two hour long performance jam-packed with quadrilles, single routines, plays on horseback, and dancers. My fellow riders and I were in many routines so we learned how to change costumes QUICKLY and doll up our tack on a budget.
Purchasing a fancy new bridle for a one-time photo shoot, performance, parade, or wedding can be expensive. This DIY project will help add some color, bling, and accessories to your horse's bridle. You can use this same browband technique on the noseband for a more dramatic effect.
What You Need:
- Your Bridle (You will not be gluing directly to the bridle so it won't ruin it.)
- Satin Ribbon
- Decorative Trim
- Hot Glue Gun & Extra Glue
- Decorative Buttons or Pendants (optional)
- Wire Flowers (optional)
- Fake Flowers (optional)
Watch Video for Step-by-Step Instructions:
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