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ALAMAR KNOT: decorative knot used to tie a mecate around a horse's neck. In traditional Old California horse training, when a horse had graduated to become a finished bridle horse, the alamar knot was tied from two coils of a mane hair mecate draped over the horse's neck and the knot worn on the horse's chest to denote him as a bridle horse.

This would make a gorgeous charcoal drawing...hmm...

The stages finished bridle horse, two rein horse and a hackamore horse.

This filigreed and sculpted Santa Barbara spade bit features steel engraving with inlaid sterling silver, sterling silver buttons, inlaid sterling silver heart rein chains and an engraved spade mouthpiece. Sale price: $24,000

Lariat and spurs

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Montana Rio Buckaroo Hats

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Cowboy in training... Adorable

This made me laugh!