Sunday Links from One K Helmets

Boyd Martin with baby Nox in a matching XC outfit made by Silva's friend Cheryl Griffith. Photo by Amber Heintzberger. Boyd Martin with baby Nox in a matching XC outfit made by Silva's friend Cheryl Griffith. Photo by Amber Heintzberger.

No one does “matchy-matchy” quite like an eventer. It all starts with the fierce helmet cover and vest. Once those are set, you can move on to the rest of your attire. The perfect shirt has to obviously work well with your helmet cover and vest, but also your extra sticky and super lucky cross-country breeches. Thankfully, boots and gloves are usually simple enough.

Then it’s on to your horse. I can’t begin to tell you how many hours I’ve spent debating various saddle pads and bonnets. Don’t even get me started on the numerous boot tape options I’ve collected and tested. Boyd though may have won the day when it comes to matchy-matchy. I don’t think anyone can top having the youngest member of your crew rock the same shirt as you on cross country day.

#DuttaFHI: WebsiteLive ScoresScheduleColdren’s CornerEN’s Coverage, @eventingnationEN’s Instagram

U.S. Weekend Action:

The Event at Kelly’s Ford H.T.  [Website] [Entry Status]

Fresno County Horse Park H.T.  [Website] [Live Scores]

Sunday Links:

Are you within hauling distance of Boones Mill, Virginia? Do you want to ride with P Dutty? Good news! Healing Strides of Va is hosting Phillip Dutton on November 7th! The clinic will focus on flat work, stadium jumping, and cross country. There will be 36 rider spots available, first come first serve. Limited stabling will be available and auditors are welcome! Online registration available through Event Clinics. For more information please contact HSVA 540-334-5825 or email [email protected] [Phillip Dutton at Healing Strides of VA]

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Sunday Video:

One of my favorite horse-related commercials ever!

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