D is for Duct Tape - Turf-y's A-Z Rules of Horsemanship

Duct tape and baling twine can fix nearly anything, but it’s sure to stick, if you’re headed for the parade route or the show ring.

Don’t be deceived.

Remember that time you stuck a piece of duct tape under the saddle or on the broken leather keeper on that bridle? How about that scrap of baling twine, which you grabbed to replace that missing bucking strap? Yep, they’re still there.

The Mane Point is participating again in the April A to Z blogging challenge, posting daily with alphabetical entries.

For this year's A-Z event, a month of posts will offer Turfy’s A-Z Rules of Horsemanship, with all due apologies to the original Murphy of Murphy’s Law,  which basically said, "If anything can go wrong, it probably will."

Horse lovers may have heard some of these uncannily true, yet often ironic, statements in various forms in the past. Or not.
Duct Tape
by DuBoix
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Turfy’s A-Z Rules of Horsemanship
Adapted from public domain clipart

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1 comment:

  1. I do believe duct tape can fix anything, but you are right it sure is sticky!



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