Maybe this is the case at all the big horse shows… it probably is. Remember, I show locally and my A/AA experience is just as a bystander at mostly regional A shows. Before I visited WEF, the biggest show I’d ever watched was the Duke Children’s Classic in my hometown of Raleigh, NC.
At Duke there were lots of amazing horses, but I don’t remember scrim sheets. WEF has tons of amazing fashion and beautiful horses, but I swear the scrim sheets stand out to me the most.
Every horse has one.
Practically, I think they are for keeping the dirt off your horse as it travels to and from the horse show. There’s a lot of footing dust and dirt from golf carts… so I guess this makes sense?
Mostly, I think they’re for branding and to look pretty.
And they are oh, so pretty.
And I want one now.
Since I have practically 0 reason for a scrim sheet (they aren’t even that expensive… I just have no need!) I will have to settle for these photos of all the pretty color combinations.
Help me shed some light on this topic… what would you use a scrim sheet for? Do you have one? Do you want one? Am I the only one who’s obsessed?!