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RE: Breyer live shows

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RE: Breyer live shows

Nov 03,2017 12:06 pm by strawberryroan3000

Thanks so much that really helps!!!

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RE: Breyer live shows

Nov 02,2017 1:28 pm by BreyerLover2222


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Thanks so much breyerlover2222!I really appreciate the hints.I also have some questions,1.how many breyers should you bring?2.what does a judge actually judge you on.3.what should you bring besides your models?

It depends on how many models...I'd say no more than 20, 'cause then it can get hectic running your models to the tables when a class starts. A judge judges you on 2 things: how your model looks and correct breed placement. :) Besides your models, you'll need a tag that has their breed and name on it, as well as YOUR Name on it and a "stable identifier" on your horse--like a piece of yarn tied on the tail or something so your model won't get mixed up with someone else's. Also, things to dust your model with--makeup brush, soft cloth, etc. :) Hope this helps!!!
And you are very welcome, strawberryroan3000!!! :) :)

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RE: Breyer live shows

Oct 27,2017 8:06 pm by strawberryroan3000

Okay,thanks breyerlover2222!!!!

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RE: Breyer live shows

Oct 27,2017 10:31 am by strawberryroan3000

Thanks so much breyerlover2222!I really appreciate the hints.I also have some questions,1.how many breyers should you bring?2.what does a judge actually judge you on.3.what should you bring besides your models?

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RE: Breyer live shows

Oct 26,2017 1:38 pm by BreyerLover2222

My first show was at BreyerFest, the Youth Show, and it was a lot of fun! Make sure you have like a make up brush to dust your models at the shows--make up brushes are amazing for dusting models and getting that little bit of dust stuck in the mane or tail. :)

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RE: Breyer live shows

Oct 18,2017 5:31 pm by strawberryroan3000

I don't know anything about showing at all because I have never showed before.I would love to hear hints.Thank you!!!!!!

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RE: Breyer live shows

Aug 02,2016 2:00 pm by BreyerLover2222

Okay--- I tried to go to NAMHSA.com, but it didn't work!!!!!!

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RE: Breyer live shows

Oct 19,2013 10:10 pm by SassyLittlePony

You can go to most and observe, best to Che k with the show coordinator first.

Your registration fee typically includes a table/half table so you can bring as many horses as your comfortable storing within that table space... Show rules will state any specific limitations like 3 entries /class ex:3appaloosa models in he Appy class

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RE: Breyer live shows

Oct 19,2013 10:10 pm by SassyLittlePony

You can go to most and observe, best to Che k with the show coordinator first.

Your registration fee typically includes a table/half table so you can bring as many horses as your comfortable storing within that table space... Show rules will state any specific limitations like 3 entries /class ex:3appaloosa models in he Appy class

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RE: Breyer live shows

Oct 17,2013 12:14 am by Guest 5234ef6e

Do you have to go to shows to show or can you buy horses and just look around?

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RE: Breyer live shows

Oct 09,2013 6:18 pm by breyerluver17

Go to NAMHSA.com and read. You'll find what region you're in and they will show the shows available in your state. All entry fees are different. Read the show packet. You can show one horse or a hundred. Though I would advise against both of those :) Probably for your first show, try around 10-20 unless you're really confident. Any other questions?

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Breyer live shows

Oct 03,2013 7:33 pm by Guest 5234ef6e

Hi I am so confused on how to do shows! Do I have to show in order to go? Also how do you show I know it's a 45 dollar entry fee but how many horses do you have to show and how do I know what region I am in? Hope you can help, thanks!

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