Antique Copper Brumbies Racehorse Tie Bar OTAA The term “brumby” refers to the wild Australian horse that is most commonly found in the Australian Alps, Northern territory and Queensland today. These feral horses are not native to Australia, in fact they are descended from escaped imported horses way back from early European settlers. Brumby has flourished so well because they’re one of the strongest and physically resilient horses that survived the journey to Australia from various continents by sea. The brumby was said to be inherited for James Brumby who was a soldier and ferrier that arrived in Australia in 1791. Due to its different combined bloodlines the Brumby has excelled in various equestrian activities from show jumping to trail riding. In many cases, brumbies have been trained to become reliable riding horses and kind companions, as well as competitors.The Antique Copper Brumbies Racehorse Tie Bar emblematizes the hardiness and intelligence of this racehorse that is an Australian icon and one of the country’s national symbols. Spawned jointly with rustic shade of antique and copper to highlight its distinctiveness and allurement. Let this tie bar show off how iconic you are with your unparalleled discernment.This tie bar will cover roughly 3/4 width of our neckties and the full width of our skinny ties.   Length of Tie Bar: 5.3 cm Colour: Antique Copper, Red Product Code: 1045-TB Details Material: Rhodium    Style : Clip-on

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Antique Copper Brumbies Racehorse Tie Bar
Antique Copper Brumbies Racehorse Tie Bars
  • Antique Copper Brumbies Racehorse Tie Bar
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Antique Copper Brumbies Racehorse Tie Bar
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The term “brumby” refers to the wild Australian horse that is most commonly found in the Australian Alps, Northern territory and Queensland today. These feral horses are not native to Australia, in fact they are descended from escaped imported horses way back from early European settlers. Brumby has flourished so well because they’re one of the strongest and physically resilient horses that survived the journey to Australia from various continents by sea. The brumby was said to be inherited for James Brumby who was a soldier and ferrier that arrived in Australia in 1791. Due to its different combined bloodlines the Brumby has excelled in various equestrian activities from show jumping to trail riding. In many cases, brumbies have been trained to become reliable riding horses and kind companions, as well as competitors.

The Antique Copper Brumbies Racehorse Tie Bar emblematizes the hardiness and intelligence of this racehorse that is an Australian icon and one of the country’s national symbols. Spawned jointly with rustic shade of antique and copper to highlight its distinctiveness and allurement. Let this tie bar show off how iconic you are with your unparalleled discernment.

This tie bar will cover roughly 3/4 width of our neckties and the full width of our skinny ties.

 

Length of Tie Bar: 5.3 cm

Colour: Antique Copper, Red

Product Code: 1045-TB

Material: Rhodium 

 

Style : Clip-on

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