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Dressage and a numnah

Discussion in 'Competing' started by mu0ljk, Aug 8, 2017.

  1. mu0ljk

    mu0ljk Active Member

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    I am thinking (okay being gently coerced by my instructor!) about entering a few walk trot tests to get Bria out a bit this year and over the winter but I don't own any white saddlecloths or numnahs that don't drown her!

    I am wanting ultimately to do working hunter with her next season and so was going to pick up a nice brown numnah that fitted discreetly under her saddle but I'm not too sure if that is okay for dressage or whether I need a white saddlecloth?

    She is also a brown and white pony who loves to roll and what with my less than fantastic grooming capabilities a white saddlecloth will end up looking grubby very quickly! :oops:
     
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  2. Jessey

    Jessey Well-Known Member

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    Depends if you are doing BD or just local unaffiliated? I would think for unaf you should be fine with anything that's smart :)
     
  3. mu0ljk

    mu0ljk Active Member

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    No just local unaffiliated! I thought it would be ok just thought I should check!
     
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    Jane&Ziggy Learning together!

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    The only W&T tests I have done I have worn an unobtrusive brown numnah under my GP saddle and all has been fine.
     
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