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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...
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...
Baby pads aren’t for baby horses. They’re thin rectangles of cotton (about 32” x 28”) that fit between your horse’s back and whichever other saddle pad you’d like to keep clean and neat. Not to be confused with traditional square saddle pads,...
As the sport of show jumping has grown, certain items of tack that once looked peculiar have become more familiar to the average equestrian. Such is the case with the belly guard. At first glance the belly guard looks like a shield...
Crocheted ear bonnets (also called “ear hoods”) first became popular in the world of show jumping. Grand prix riders, competing on grass fields during spring and summer, realized their horses were often distracted by flies and gnats. It was disconcerting to gallop...
It’s time to clean out the tack trunk. Beginning Nov. 1, 2012, new rules from the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) will take effect, prohibiting several types of formerly legal training devices and items of tack from the grounds...
If you’ve ever seen a horse wearing what appears to be a jingling necklace, you’ve probably seen rhythm beads. These are a string of colorful beads often adorned with bells or charms. The sound they make with every step the horse takes...
Though tack designed with a working western flair is popular, complete with narrow leather ties securing bits and reins to headstalls, the venerable Chicago screw seems here to stay. Chicago screws consist of two parts, and one half is...
The Pelham is the most popular leverage bit used in hunters and hunt seat equitation competition. It is designed to use two sets of reins along with a curb chain. One rein attaches to the upper ring on the...
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