Find The Perfect Tack
 By mosquito   •   5th Dec 2010   •   9,365 views   •   14 comments
www.snafflez.comHave you ever wanted to get some really show-stopping tack that would really catch the judge’s eye, make your horse look spectacular and all your friends jealous? But how do you find out what colors are really going to bring out the best in your horse? What colors will make his chestnut coat really glow or his patterns stand out? Most of the time, you have to guess, and hope that after you’ve spent all that cash on matching boots, blankets, and everything else, when you put it on the horse it looks like you thought it would!

Well, now there’s an easy – and fun – way to find out before you spend any money! Check out

At you first make an image of your own horse – and don’t worry it’s easy and anyone can do it! You don’t need any graphics or manip skills at all. There are plenty of colors to choose from, so you’re sure to find a perfect match for your horse. Then choose the mane and tail color, simply drag and drop markings(even appaloosa and paint spots!), until you have your horse on the screen.

Now comes the really fun part – add different color saddle blankets, any kind of bandages or boots, and different shades of tack to see what really works on your horse. There are snaffle packages for English tack, western tack, driving harness, and stable wear, and there are now handlers too so you can see how your own showmanship clothes will look alongside your horse!

Never again will you spends loads of money on fancy matching tack only to find it doesn’t look good on your horse! Even if you don’t have a horse of your own, this site is a fun and easy way to create fantastic horse images. Best of all, they are completely free to use anywhere – use them as desktop pictures, sim game images, or just share them with your friends!
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That is sweet!!
  Dec 5, 2010  •  7,724 views
Breezing Hill  
That site is addicting!
  Dec 5, 2010  •  7,905 views
Breezing Hill  
That site is addicting!
  Dec 5, 2010  •  7,905 views
Breezing Hill  
That site is addicting!
  Dec 5, 2010  •  7,905 views
Where do you go to make the horse? Im on the site but dont know what to click to start making it?
  Dec 5, 2010  •  7,915 views
DejaVu  MOD 
I made Jackie. =)
  Dec 5, 2010  •  7,773 views
That is what I use to make the horses for my website along with another different horsemaker.
  Dec 5, 2010  •  7,750 views
I can't save mine :(
  Dec 6, 2010  •  7,752 views
at the shows i go to you are not allowed to have any saddle pads or ear nets or anything else that is colored
  Dec 6, 2010  •  7,885 views
Cavalli Thoroughbreds   
how do you save it to your computer i cant do it :(
  Dec 6, 2010  •  7,731 views
Cavalli Thoroughbreds   
how do you save it to your computer i cant do it :(
  Dec 6, 2010  •  7,731 views
Sweet! Thats so cool!
  Dec 7, 2010  •  7,754 views
I cant make my pony :( She's a piebald paint with black markings.
  Dec 8, 2010  •  7,721 views
Wanderin Boy Memorial  
Great article ! I'm going to have to remember this when I get a horse
  Feb 3, 2011  •  7,733 views
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