Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Model horseplay

Who'd have thought that Breyer's big ol' Cleveland bay would look this good in a unicorn bridle?
I can not overstate how much I usually dislike unicorns, but there's something ridiculously satisfying about unicorn bridles.  They're such a perfect combination of practicality and whimsy!
Thanks again for your patience, Lucy.  I can't wait to see what you do with it!

4 comments:

  1. The cleveland looks good in anything and everything ;) He has such a lovely kind eye and face, if I could turn any of my breyers into a real horse, it'd be something on the cleveland mould. Probably Trooper.

    Thanks for giving me the opportunity to purchase one...

    Lucy.

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  2. how do you get the bit to stay in the horse's mouth????

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    1. You use sticky wax. It's kind of expensive so i use dental wax like the kind you get when you have braces. It's free and probably the best part about braces.

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    2. Dressage kid is right, I use Sticky Wax to hold model bits in place. I have a red tub that I bought from Rio Rondo more than a decade ago. A little goes a long way!

      Worth noting though--bridles with included nosebands like this don't require much sticky wax. the noseband pretty much holds the bit in place. I just add the sticky wax to make sure the mouthpiece is touching the corner of the horse's mouth.

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