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Horse Clothing for Winter Riding

  When the temperature drops, horse people know it’s time to blanket their horses – especially for turnout when they’re exposed to the elements. But what about when you’re riding? Sure, your horse will warm up when in work, but the periods of time before and after that are crucial for keeping your horse comfortable […]

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Win A Bridle on Day 10 of Christmas

For Day 10 of Christmas, we’re giving away an Original Braided Snaffle Bridle from Bobby’s English Tack. You have 12/10/15 only to enter. We’re giving away a gift a day now through December 12th. Plus, we will give you an exclusive discount code in your inbox each day. Subscribe to our mailing list to hear […]

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More Ways to Use Absorbine Veterinary Liniment + Contest

Since 1892, Absorbine has educated the world on many ways to use Absorbine Veterinary Liniment – the world’s number one selling horse liniment. It is a soothing antiseptic blend of natural herbs and oils that is an effective treatment for temporary muscular soreness and stiffness. We’re giving away four Absorbine Veterinary Liniment prize packages this […]

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How to Fit the Rambo Micklem Bridle

If horses were choosing a bridle, the Micklem would top their list! The Horseware Rambo Micklem Multibridle is the first bridle designed specifically to fit the shape of the horse’s skull, rather than the outside appearance of the head. It was innovatively designed from the inside out, with an understanding of equine biomechanics and mental […]

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10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat

Learning ways to stay out of the summer heat (and humidity) is important for both you and your horse. Here are some tips and products that will help you beat the summer heat. Don’t let hot weather keep you from riding your horse! Set your alarm and ride in the early morning, or head out […]

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A Bit Confused About Bits?

We can help! There are hundreds, if not thousands, of different bits on the market. Deciding which bit is best for your horse and chosen discipline can be a confusing and frustrating process. To assist you, we have partnered with Korsteel to explain how the different cheek types, mouthpieces, and materials work so you can […]

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Strong visual effects create drama in the show ring. "Shalimar" from Hobby Horse pairs crystal-studded chocolate Ultrasuede trim with a stretch vanilla body for a stunning statement of western show style. Photo ©2015, Hobby Horse Clothing Co., Inc.

Western Fashion Forecast 2015

It’s showtime… are you ready to win? With warmer weather here, it’s time to review your show wardrobe and tack to prepare for a successful year of competition and fun in western show events. As you make plans to get to the winner’s circle this year, keep in mind three considerations when it comes to […]

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Myler Bit Clinic April 18

Your bit is one of the most important pieces of tack for communicating with your horse. This is your chance to work with Dale Myler himself and figure out the best bit for both you and your horse – for free! Refreshments will be provided. Dale Myler started designing bits over 20 years ago along […]

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What is ThinLine?

ThinLine, made by Intrepid International, is an open cell foam which moves shock, weight, and heat laterally. ThinLine saddle pads apply less pressure to your horse’s back, which means increased comfort and better communication between horse and rider. Unlike compression based foams, ThinLine never bottoms out. It warms to your horse’s body temperature during exercise, […]

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Ride in Comfort All Winter

Tips for Winter Weather Riding: Part II “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothing.” This old Scandinavian proverb is spot-on for winter riding. Sub-freezing temperatures may make you reluctant to get out and ride, but they shouldn’t keep you inside all winter! The fresh air and extra Vitamin D from the […]

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