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Rancho 2011 - Na. Costume 04 by Nyaorestock Rancho 2011 - Na. Costume 04 by Nyaorestock

NOTE! If you want a larger pixel size version of these pictures, or ones that aren't sharpened, just ask! The original versions of these pictures are all at 1536x2048, and while I refuse to POST those sized pictures here I am not against sending a larger sized version to you if you want them.

Here's the deal:
-Ask for a larger sized version and I'll send you one at 1280x960 pixels. (If I know you well enough and trust you though, I'll probably send you one at a higher resolution than that. [Though not as high as the commercial version.])
-However, if you want to use these for commercial uses send me a note to discuss payments and such and I'll send you the 1536x2048 version. =/

Taken at: The Rancho Murieta Arabian/Half-Arabian horse show in, (where else?) Rancho Murieta CA. April 23rd, 2011.

Read the rules in my journal if you wish to use this image. If you understand them and still wish to use this then please leave me a note/comment/etc so that I can know.


Note: .. Last one. :)
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Rachgraceh Featured By Owner May 1, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Hi! I used your stock here: rachgraceh.deviantart.com/art/… Thanks!
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HazelKenetics Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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zeunicorn1o Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
My, that costume is absolutely stunning! In some respects it enhances the beauty of the arabian horse. :heart:
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Nyaorestock Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree. As I said to another commenter, every single native costume piece is a work of art. Some are nicer than others, of course, but all of them have the potential to enhance the beauty of the horse they're placed upon. It's why I love this particular discipline so fiercely, even though I never got the chance to compete in it myself. Seeing a native costume horse gallop past you is a site you won't soon forget.
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