View Full Version : What Colour Please Help!!!!
17th Jun 2003, 05:46 PM
Going to a Show on Sunday and going to do my first Tack & Turnout class. I was just wondering what colour jacket I should wear?? I have a tweed & a black jacket. Personally I think my black looks better as its new But is there rules to what you should wear for T&T classes. My Horse in a Welsh Cob sec D incase that makes any diffference. Any other tips gratefully recieved!!! Thanks!!:p
17th Jun 2003, 06:08 PM
Hi, I'd wear your tweed especially as your neddy is a native.
Good luck with it.
17th Jun 2003, 06:09 PM
I think the black jacket is more appropriate for tack & turnout thats what I wear and I use a coloured brow band too. If its a local show I dont think it matters too much as long as you both look smart and spotless! But I would wear black to be on the safe side
17th Jun 2003, 10:43 PM
I'm with Gemma - M&M should be shown in tweed.
3rd Jul 2003, 10:02 AM
M&Ms should always be shown in a tweed jacket and a plain browband, no matter what the class. It is particularly important in tack and turnout as it is incorrect turnout to show in a black or blue jacket for M&M's. also you should ride him in a pelham or double with 2 reins. do not use roundings!!!!! Dont plait him either.
3rd Jul 2003, 06:14 PM
For T&T, I would wear black. But as others have said, definitley tweed for M&M.
3rd Jul 2003, 08:05 PM
tweed plain browband
7th Jul 2003, 08:50 PM
definatly tweed with a plain browband. def not a coloured one, you will get horribly put down for that! also you can wear snaffles aswell as double bridles, anything that your horse goes well in. i do think that double bridles look smart tho, encourages good head carriage.
7th Jul 2003, 09:15 PM
Tweed is 'correct' turnout for a native. Plus it doesn't show up any marks! Plain tack....throughout!
8th Jul 2003, 10:58 AM
I would have thought tweed and plain tack and no plaits for a native (or just the single Welsh plait behind the ear), however this would be for a M&M class I don't know if T&T would be any different....sorry.
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