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Native American Contemporary Powwow Equestrian Costumes

Native American Contemporary Powwow Equestrian Costumes :

Historical-style Native American and modern tack decorated with traditional and symbolic Native American designs using modern materials and/or tools along with the old. Powwow Style costuming is used for exhibition at rodeos and in parades and for intra-tribal competitions and ceremonies. (See photos Contemporary One, Two). Horses, mules or donkeys are allowed.

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Photo Credit:

Contemporary One
Proud Horses, Proud Riders by Jean-Louis Nou and Bertrand de Perthuis .

Photo Credit:

Contemporary Two
National Geographic Magazine.

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