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Western Civilization Medieval, Renaissance and Riding
School Costumes (900 +/- - 1800 A.D.)



Western Civilization Medieval, Renaissance and Riding
School Costumes (900 +/- - 1800 A.D.) :



Economic stability began to spread across Europe. Chivalry blossomed and riding schools were formed by various riding masters who offered pupils instruction in advanced equestrian handling techniques. Horses, mules or donkeys are allowed.






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Medieval costume
Owned and shown by: Kimberley Jacobs
Props, tack, doll, photo by Kimberley Jacobs.

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Maquara
Grey Neopolitan mare (historical breed)
Mold: GSC Imports SR Standing mare
Owned and shown by: Kimberley Jacobs
Comments: HISTORICAL COSTUME: Renaissance Horse Master of the Riding School founded by Count Cesar Fiaschi, c.1556. Doll by L. Jacobs; Props, tack, photo by K. Jacobs .


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Marquisah
Info: Bay Spanish-Arab cross mare
Mold: GSC Imports Standing Mare, 14" tall
Owned and shown by: Kimberley Jacobs
Renaissance Style Costume: Hernando Cortes...back in Spain after conquering Mexico,c.1528. Cortes holds a casket of jewels and gold which he plans to offer as a bribe to Lady Johanna Maria van der Gheynst, the king's mistress, in hopes she will put in a good word for him to counter charges of his brutality against the native Mexican Indians. Props, tack, doll, photo by Kimberley Jacobs.

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