Show Apparel

We have a large assortment of Western Show Apparel. Not all items are listed on our website yet. If you are looking for something special, please Contact Us.

Complementary Colors

Unlike English competitions, riders in Western competitions can wear different colors. Here are some guidelines for choosing colors that will be most flattering to your horse’s coat color.

  • Black, white, blue roan, silver gray and bay horses: wear bright jewel tones such as royal blue, purple, red, emerald, teal, forest green or turquoise.
  • Chestnut, liver chestnut, sorrel and dun horses: Wear earth tones, such as browns, golds and tans, or cool jewel tones such as emerald, teal, forest green or turquoise.
  • Buckskin and palomino horses: Any color looks good agains these horses’ warm neutral coats.
  • Black looks good with any horse color and will project a dignified image.
Information taken from Storey’s Horse-Lover’s Encyclopedia: An English & Western A-to-Z Guide. Edited by Deborah Burns. Published 2001