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Reins are the key to communicating with your horse from the saddle. Used to cue and control direction and speed, the right set of reins can make the difference between a good ride and a disaster. American Quarter Horse...
These great equestrian gift ideas should definitely go on your list this season.Horsescents Organic Lavender Aromatherapy Deliver calming organic lavender aromatherapy with this innovative scent pack (halter not included). Leather ScentStrap with lavender-filled ScentSac: $85; www.horsescentsinc.com Heritage Performance Glove Jazz up training...
Bundle up and fight the cold with these seasonal barn staples to add some warmth to your winter equestrian apparel. Redingote Coverall Waterproof, breathable and insulated; designed to fit over riding clothes. $278; www.redingoteequestrian.comKerrits Sit Tight Windpro Knee Patch Tight Polartec Wind...
I pride myself on giving my pony the best of everything: a relaxed barn with ample turnout, regular bodywork, and exercises based on his needs and conditioning. He wants for nothing. As a certified equine sports massage therapist, I...
Preventing injuries and managing chronic conditions are top priorities when making care decisions for your equine partner. You may have considered adding therapeutic products to your management strategy after talking to your vet and shopping around. Here are some...
Trail riding is a favorite among many riders. Don't go out unprepared. Have the right trail riding tack and gear before you set out on the trail with some of the below items from Horse Illustrated's tack and gear column.Resistol Ridesafe...
The number of bits available are almost limitless. Most of us have a pretty hefty collection, and even then it’s just the tip of the iceberg. It can be a challenge to make a quick decision and pluck just...
Here are some tips on how to choose a western bit suitable for your horse:Western horses are ridden in both snaffle bits and curb bits. Snaffle bits work via direct pressure while curb bits employ leverage. Young or...
Polo wraps are an alternative to protective boots. They can provide light protection for horses with sensitive skin who might get rubs from other types of boot.Tap here to read about other types of leg protection for horses.First you...
You can ride western in a snaffle or curb bit, depending on what your horse goes best in. Your saddle should fit your horse comfortably, not rubbing on his withers. Western saddles typically have a simple cinch, but...
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