... not as cool as a unicorn or pegasus, horses still carry the ability to fly, so watch out potter, cause you're broom

not as cool as a unicorn or pegasus, horses still carry the ability to fly, so watch out potter, cause you're broom

horse barding -medieval horse

Barding similar to that of one set displayed at the Wallis Collection in London

pictures of medieval horses - Google Search

pictures of medieval horses - Google Search

This costume pattern consists of a rump cover, a chest piece, and rein covers. Three different trim options are given:  a plain edge, an irregular angled edge, and a boxed edge.  The rump cover goes over the saddle pad and under the saddle.  The chest piece ties to the D-rings on the saddle.  The rein covers slip over the reins.  The costume is not meant to be used for vigorous or heavy-duty riding, such as jousting, nor is it necessarily historically accurate or authentic

Medieval Horse Costume Pattern (With Rump Cover)

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