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Equine ergonomics takes the applied science of ergonomics and applies it to horse tack and other products to design and engineer it to work with maximum efficiency for you and your horse.Tucker Ergobalance Standard Trail Glide Stirrups The angled cone...
Test your skills on labeling the parts of the saddle and bridle for both English and western riding! Fill in each part on the diagrams, then check your work with the answer key below.These illustrations are reprinted with permission...
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...
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...
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...
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...
All horse people have it: piles of tack, blankets and other equine gear they don’t use, but aren’t quite sure what to do with for fear of needing it years (and horses!) down the road. It’s time to take...
By the middle of summer, your tack trunk or tack locker has probably become a bit of a mess—or, if you’re like most of us with lots to do and not enough time, a HUGE mess! It may seem...
Nothing makes me cringe more than seeing tack that was once nice lying in a dirty heap on the bottom of the tack room floor, piled high with dust and bits caked with dried hay and slobber. So, to...
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