Check out these lightweight, comfortable saddles specifically designed for trail and endurance riding.
Here is advice from the experts on the items to carry and how to use them to keep broken tack from ruining your trail rides.
Time for a little consumer consciousness about halters, the most commonplace piece of horse-control equipment. From EQUUS magazine.
Shopping for stock tall boots shouldn't be a pain. From Horse Journal
A few minutes checking your equipment before you ride is an investment in safety.
Use these tips to get your tack in tip-top shape. From America's Horse Daily.
Does your riding helmet smell like sweat socks? Here are several anti-stink remedies.
In this article find out how to find a shape that best fits your interest, and then crease it to your own personal style.
When you and your horse move together in comfort and support with a well-fit saddle, you've got harmony in motion. But if your saddle doesn't fit, it's like an uncomfortable shoe, leading to pain, imbalance and, in some cases, bad habits. Read this excerpt from The Western Horse's Pain-Free Back and Saddle Fit Book by Dr. Joyce Harman. From EquiSearch.com
When you're riding, many of your signals to your horse go through the bridle reins.You want that to be a clear channel of communication.