She also began creating her own tack and props for photo and live showing. Most of her tack is inspired by the patterns and projects supplied by Rio Rondo as well as Susan Bensema Young's Guide to Making Model Horse Tack. Corrie's props are made from her own patterns created by using real horse jumps and props as a guide.
Her favorite breed of horses to collect and paint are stock horses, although she is open to discovering many different breeds and colors.When not submerged in the model horse world she spends time with her real horses, Tempa (Arab/QH), Princess (Fell Pony/Cross) and Lil Miss Double Trouble (AMHA Miniature Horse).
If you would like to get in touch with Corrie, you may click on her name to send her email.
Top: Tempa Fleabitten gray Quarter Horse stallion, customized using pastels and paint, from the Peter Stone Ideal Stock Horse. Created in 2004 to look like her real horse. Owned by Corrie McDermott.
Bottom: Close up of natural trail base of bridge of water. Owned by Corrie McDermott. Created 2005.