Been There, Done That competed with her combined helmet & driving hat at the 31st Annual ASAC Spring Classic Horse Show. The green hat, by Debbie Navelski of RodeApple Hats, is designed to fit snugly over a helmet. [Guest Post: It’s Let’s-Wear-A-Helmet Day!]
The judge had no problem with a helmet in pleasure driving, giving the pair the victory in the first class.
The driver wanted to be sure that I credited owner Reagan Upton, trainer Courtney Huguley of Stepping Stone Farm, and of course, Rare Friends. Photo by Sandra Hall, used with permission.
For more helmet-hat action, Sandra Hall Photography > ASAC Spring Classic (once that icon is gone, Horse Show Proofs > 2018 ASAC Spring Classic 18) > Thursday Evening 1 to 26 > 23 Open Park Pleasure Driving & Friday Morning 27 to 44A >40 Open Park Pleasure Driving Stake.
Rare Friends elsewhere on RS, in his guise as an Academy horse.
[Show Report, Show Photo]
[Show Reports, Winter Tournament #1 & # 2, 2016/2017]
[Show Report, Winter Tournament #3, 2017]
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4 thoughts on “Safety Doesn’t Have to Be Ugly: Helmet-Hat Debut”
This is so wonderful to see! I’m starting to see a greater influx of western gaming riders wearing a helmet too, and not just minors!
Some years ago I was in a pretty bad riding accident. My helmet (the “mushroom head” version) got a big dent. I got a headache. Without that helmet my skull would have had the dent and I wouldn’t be here to write this.
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