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February 24, 2009

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globalhorseculture

Kimberly, that would be interesting!! I haven't seen feathers on browbands. Take a look at Native American horse masks (google it) to see some wild headpieces with feathers and beads and fur on them. Not browbands, but might also give you some ideas. And let us know if you make something that works...

Personally I would love to see plumes become popular - you know, the big poofy ostrich feather plumes circus horses sometimes wear?

kimberly Cox Carneal

You have given me an idea.
Making your own browband with elements that have local and historical meaning, or personal meaning for you and your horse might lend added "mojo" to your training and time together.
I, for one, might glue on certain stones, feathers, or beads or a combination of all three.
You have given me an idea!!!!!

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