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5 Things to Bring When You’re Camping With Your Horse

I’m getting ready to leave for a camping trip with my horses, and this year in addition to my seasoned 20 year old trail horse, I have my two younger boys in tow to give Ridge a much-needed break after some long days on the trail. In addition to updating my packing lis ...

Remember the Time I Polo Wrapped the Dog? The Incredibly Diverse Polo Wrap

I’ve known for awhile that polo wraps can be used for so much more than protecting a horses legs from bumps. When I was a kid, my fellow barn brats and I would wrap them around our own legs if we forgot our half chaps to protect our skin from pinches and rubs. I̵ ...

Keeping Healthy and Safe during Winter Riding

When the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, equestrians are among the first to complain!  The horses get fuzzy, water buckets start to freeze, and nobody wants to ride if they’re frozen from the extra barn chores that winter brings with it.  Those of us on the east ...

Last Minute Gift Ideas

Time is running out, with tomorrow, the 19th as the last day for standard shipping and Monday, the 22nd, at noon for rush shipping. But don’t worry, we have some great last minute gift ideas if you’re stuck in a pinch. From your dog to your horse, to family and f ...

5 Tips for Successful Cold Weather Riding

When the mercury drops, many people head south for the winter but for those of you who aren’t “Snowbirds” and choose to stick it out like I do (I love the snow!), it’s important that both you and your horse are properly dressed for the elements. Depen ...

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