Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Almost wordless Wednesday, part two

Today's second "amost wordless" post features photos from the Original Finish Performance classes at BreyerFest Live.  Many thanks to Kim and Kathi Haymond for allowing me to share their pictures.  Enjoy!
Owned by Kim Haymond, tack by Erin Corbett
Owned by Robin Smith, jump by Doreen McGuire, doll by Joan Yount, tack by Elaine Sulser, Susan Doolittle and Robin Smith
Owned by Kim Haymond, harness by Braymere Custom Saddlery, flowers by Tabletop Studios, driver by o-mi miniatures
Owned by Christie Partee, doll by Jane Schneider, tack by Braymere Custom Saddlery, props by JerryLynn Rice
Owned by Tiffany Purdy, costume and doll by Tiffany Purdy
Owned by Robin Smith, jump by Doreen McGuire, doll by Joan Yount, tack by Elaine Sulser, Susan Doolittle and Robin Smith
Owned by Robin Smith, tack by Vicky Norris, doll by Keri Parker

9 comments:

  1. The knight on the horse in chainmail was made by me (mostly). The chain mail on the horse and parts of the doll outfit were made by Rachel Touchstone. It's real chainmail and it is AMAZING, she sent me some detailed photos.

    The cowboy on the Latigo (two photos down from the knight) was also one of mine. Since he was just ordered I can pretty safely say the owner is Samantha Wine.

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  2. The Grey Strapless is mine. (2 photos) Jumps by Doreen McGuire, Dolls by Joan Yount, Tack by Elaine Sulser, Susan Doolittle, and me. (whew...feel like a NASCAR driver) ;-)

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  3. Great set-ups! My favorite is the police one. :)

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  4. Love the dragon costume!

    -Kelsey Roe

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  5. Love show pictures and seeing all the creative set ups. I especially like the first Newsworthy with the blue-vested rider. Sweet!

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  6. Thanks for sharing these, Jennifer! It's always an honore to be a part of your blog :)

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  7. Performance makes me love the hobby even more...
    ~AHG488

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  8. Love the Newsworthy set-ups! And the Latigo doing Western Polo is definitely Samantha Wine's - tack and props (minus the doll by Anne) are all by her as well.

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