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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...
Just like western breast collars, English breastplates are primarily used to help prevent a saddle from slipping back, out of the ideal position. Horses with certain conformation issues, like steep withers that abruptly slope to a deep dip in their spine, are...
Water loops (also called slobber straps) are handy U-shaped leather straps that fasten a pair of western reins to the bit. Though originally utilitarian tack for the working cowboy, they’re gaining in popularity with a wide range of riders thanks to...
During the last decade a revolution of sorts has occurred in the design of English stirrups. Riders are no longer restricted to the rigid stainless steel “fillis” style of irons. Many of today’s English riders, especially those who ride...
Occasionally it’s necessary to use a specific type of pad to augment the fit of an English saddle. A riser pad (sometimes also called a lift-back or wedge pad) may be necessary if a horse, due to age or...
Similar in function to the English standing martingale, the western tie-down prevents a horse from raising its head above a pre-determined level. When adjusted properly, the tie-down allows a horse to carry its head freely in a natural position....
If a trip to the tack shop makes your head spin, or flipping through equestrian catalogs feels like information overload, you've come to the right place. Here is HorseChannel.com's dictionary of tack and horse equipment. Bookmark this page...
Polo Wraps: As the name suggests, polo wraps originated on the polo field, where they were used as protective covering for the horses’ legs with the bonus of being available in the teams’ colors. Polo wraps stand up to...
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