Horse tail with braid and flowers.  Gorgeous country wedding location near Sydney, NSW. http://www.chapmanvalleyhorseriding.com/australian-country-horseback-wedding/   White horse. Horseback wedding. Romantic wedding. Outdoor wedding. Unique wedding. Wedding Ideas. Plaited tail. Braided tail. Horse tail.

Horse tail with braid and flowers. Gorgeous country wedding location near Sydney, NSW. http://www.chapmanvalleyhorseriding.com/australian-country-horseback-wedding/ White horse. Horseback wedding. Romantic wedding. Outdoor wedding. Unique wedding. Wedding Ideas. Plaited tail. Braided tail. Horse tail.

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World Equestrian Games braided horse tail, photo by Josh Walker.  Braids never get old.

World Equestrian Games braided horse tail, photo by Josh Walker. Braids never get old.

30 Amazing Horse Tail Braids Ideas to make Your Friends Jealous - Tail and Fur

30 Amazing Horse Tail Braids Ideas to make Your Friends Jealous

Because I really can't afford a horse at the moment, I have thought about boarding one and braiding tails and names for money.

Because I really can't afford a horse at the moment, I have thought about boarding one and braiding tails and names for money.

Horse tail knot. One custom that has been handed down through generations of Great Basin buckaroos is tying a horse's tail into a "war knot." The knot keep the horse's tail out of the way, especially when the buckaroo is roping. If the horse is switching its tail, the rope can slip under the horse's tail more easily and cause a wreck. The knot also keeps the tail out of the mud in inclement weather. How to: http://www.cowboyshowcase.com/tying-war-knots.html

Horse tail knot. One custom that has been handed down through generations of Great Basin buckaroos is tying a horse's tail into a "war knot." The knot keep the horse's tail out of the way, especially when the buckaroo is roping. If the horse is switching its tail, the rope can slip under the horse's tail more easily and cause a wreck. The knot also keeps the tail out of the mud in inclement weather. How to: http://www.cowboyshowcase.com/tying-war-knots.html

Did you know? Back in the day, equestrians often didn't have time to greet and speak with all the other riders before a foxhunt... so they put ribbons in their horses' tails to communicate what otherwise couldn't be communicated while racing over the fields.

Did you know? Back in the day, equestrians often didn't have time to greet and speak with all the other riders before a foxhunt... so they put ribbons in their horses' tails to communicate what otherwise couldn't be communicated while racing over the fields.

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