which Le Mieux colour?

ShadowHunter

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After a similar previous thread i was wondering which colour (or colours!) would suit my tri-coloured Irish cob. I've got a white one already, I love it but want to add a bit more colour. Plus, you can never have too many! I may in the end buy them all but i'm having to sit on my hands for now, as my money is marked for a convention in two weeks.
Anyway, here's her

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I saw one as dark as him in the burgundy the other day, looked really good. I think turquoise, teal, any of those berry type colours, the blueberry. The only colour I think I would avoid on him would be grey. I'd love to see him in that mustard colour come to think of it.
 

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Turquoise or berry type colour
Turquoise is literally the most stunning colour ever! It is so worth the money. £37.95 and free P&P on ebay x
 

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Nice horse. She's a Seal Brown Tobiano. :) I used to have a Seal Brown TB and she looked really nice in blues and greens, plus burgundy worked too.
 

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I think you have to be quite careful with colours on a coloured horse - I have one & i stick to plain types that aren't too bright!
I love the green le meiux, I think it's very smart :) here's it on mine
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I have the dark blue, grey & brown saddlecloths as well, which are great on him as well. The dark blue and green sets would look good on yours I think:)
 

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Our black and white looks really good in yellow. Never thought it would suit him, it was a cloth we'd had for years....a soft yellow not like ragwort.
 

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I was going to post this tonight but for a flea bitten grey, teal, burton blue, turquoise or mustard? Sorry to hijack post OP
 

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Thanks faracat, its her birthday Tuesday, she'll be 8yo so a nice posh numnah is her pressie ��
 

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I have a blue and white coloured so lighter than yours. He looks great in the burgundy x

I wore the burgundy on my grey and white (blue and white) today at a competition. I do like to change it up a bit. I do love him best in the teals and turquoises though, it's my fave colour at the moment. Now Le mieux need to do a really strong Kingfisher set :) :)

I think the ONLY colours I personally would avoid on him would be the mustard, browns and beiges. Maybe that's because their not colours I go for anyway.
 

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Benetton Blue or Peakcock!

I was going to suggest benetton blue too just because i love it. One day thanks to all of you match match people i will have the benetton blue boots numnah and fly veil on my horse. :p He will look awesome thank god he is grey and suits blue so much more than any other colour.
 
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