Native Americans thought Black was good because it was the color of soil, which gives life.
There are certain things that are extremely important in the world of Endurance. A few of these include ~ Quality, Durability and COLOR!!! Our ENDURANCE BLACK Rhythm Beads will bring you all of these!

Now let's take a closer, more detailed look at the color Black.

Black denotes strength and authority; it is considered to be a very formal, elegant, and prestigious color.

Black is both positive and negative. In early Westerns the good guy wore white while the bad guy wore black. But later on good guys wore black to lend an air of mystery to themselves.

Black is the most misunderstood color. Native Americans thought black was good because it was the color of soil, which gives life. Saturday's color is black.

When people speak of opposites, it is usually in terms of black and white. Black, and its opposite white, represent polarities. Black absorbs all aspects of light. While white reveals, black conceals. It is linked to the unknown or the unseen.

In a positive state, black is seen as a restful emptiness into which anything may emerge and disappear once again. It is also mysterious, providing a sense of potential and possibility.

There are 4 medium sized jingle bells along the sides ~ 2 that will sit on the shoulder area on each side, as well as one larger jingle bell in the center of the chest area.  This placement allows for the light melody that is produced with the movement of the various muscles.

As with all of our Rhythm Beads, there will be a clip attached to the top so you can attach them to a small amount of mane hair to keep your Rhythm Beads from slipping should your horse decide to enjoy a blade of grass or a drink of water.

You should always give your horse a chance to become acquainted with Rhythm Beads just like  you would with any other new piece of tack.   It is recommended that you connect the Rhythm Beads to your horse's mane with the attached clip to keep the beads from slipping down if your horse should lower his head for a drink or snack.  This will help prevent an accident and the possibility that your Rhythm Beads will get stepped on and broken.

It is not recommended to leave Rhythm Beads, or any other piece of tack, on an unattended horse. Please keep yours and horse's safety in mind first.

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