As eventing season gets underway for 2019, depending on your region you may experience cooler temperatures as you enter at A, halt and salute at X. On those cool morning as you make your way...» Read More!
It’s time to mention the “unmentionables.” There are days when it’s over a hundred degrees when you ride. You might walk anywhere between 4 and 8 miles at any given horse trial, between your course...» Read More!
It may be “No-Stirrup November,” but as you work on your sitting trot with yours neatly folded over the front of your saddle, can you really say you’re happy with them? Perhaps it’s time to...» Read More!
As an eventer, you’re constantly on the go, with competitions and clinics, jump grids, dressage lessons, cross country schooling … and at the end of the day all you want to do is slip into...» Read More!
Let’s be honest … my “Showshirt Ponies” are nothing larger than a Welsh cross. An 11-hand, petite equine that still needs to be contained, but marches around with a Napoleon complex wanting to feel larger...» Read More!
“Tan or white breeches, belt, shirt of conservative color…” We all know the rules. But when schooling, riding with friends, or hanging at the barn, why shouldn’t breeches be FUN? Introducing Buckwild Breeches! The brains behind Buckwild...» Read More!
Recently my better half has decided that she needs more saddle time and get her 11 (going on 4) year old OTTB some more exposure to jumps in a show environment. So, we pack up...» Read More!
Every morning when my alarm clock goes off at 5am, I hop out of bed to start my day. Ok, I may have to drag myself out of bed on some days. Regardless—after hitting up...» Read More!
These days, there are many fun colors and interesting styles that are being incorporated into equestrian apparel. I, for one, certainly appreciate all of the various technical fabrics that have been designed to deliver superior performance in...» Read More!
With the arrival of Spring comes spending more and more time out at the barn and in the saddle. In my neck of the woods, that equates to sloshing around in the mud and trying to...» Read More!