Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Erin's NAN pictures

I had intended to post the rest of the museum pictures today, but there's been a change of plans. Erin Corbett sent me these pictures from NAN and I simply couldn't wait to share them.

This first picture shows some of Erin's beautiful resin performance horses as they await their classes on Friday. Erin used three sets of Braymere tack on her models and you can see two of those here--on the Hazel and the Lone Star.
This is ES Duster Ray showing in CM/Resin English Trail. "Dusty" is a Sarah Rose Lone Star resin with a custom mane and tail by Melanie Miller and paint by Tracy Eilers. He is wearing a full set of Braymere Custom Saddlery hunter tack, and his doll was dressed by Sheri Wirtz (clothes) and Corinne Ensor (boots). The props were made by Erin Corbett and the United States Post Office. This set up is a perfect illustration of one entry combining the talents of a lot of different people!
Saturday was original finish performance day. Erin's ES Sir Pwnsalot came out swinging with this win in the English Over Fences class.
ES Designated Drinker was right there behind him with the reserve. Yep, that's Champ and Reserve for Erin's models and my tack. What a great class!
If one picture is good, two must be better, right? Here is Designated Drinker again. I'm not certain, but I think Erin made the jump.
ES Sir Pwnsalot does it again--this time in English Trail. The description for this entry reads something like this: Canter to barrel. Halt. Rider picks up haynet and must drag it for a prescribed distance.
And one more English division Top Ten ribbon for the versatile Sir Pwnsalot. This one is for English Pleasure.
This is Erin's table at the end of Saturday's competition. I'd call that a pretty good haul! Congratulations on all your wins, Erin, and thank you so much for letting me use your pictures.
If you would like to see more of Erin's NAN photos, check out the link to Ever After Stables on the Blog List on the right hand side of this page. While you're there, be sure to admire her beautiful hand tooled Western saddles. One of those lovelies is going to be mine!

2 comments:

  1. Awww yay! I'm really glad my ponies could do your tack justice at NAN, and I had a fantastic time showing all of it!

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  2. You guys had a fab collaboration this year with tack and horses!

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