Country & Stable: A Tack Store Set Apart from the Rest

BY TYLER BUI Country & Stable is one of the UK’s premium equestrian stores, serving not only the UK but also the U.S. and Canada. Specializing in the newest high-quality riding apparel, Country & Stable...

Arista Equestrian: A Clothing Brand Focuses on Quality, Authenticity—and the Next Generation

By Rennie Dyball Jocelyn Kivort doesn’t just tell customers that her clothes will last them many years—she shows them.  As the owner and manufacturer of Arista Equestrian, a boutique brand of riding and lifestyle pieces, Kivort...

TPH Film Review—The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses

BY TYLER BUI Executive producers Jessica Springsteen, Patti Scialfa Springsteen and Robert Redford illustrate the beauty, struggle, and passion in “The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses”  The Mustang is often considered America’s symbol of freedom—an icon of...

Big Bucks: Retailers Miss Out on Sales by Excluding Larger Riders

By Karen Hopper Usher Everybody assumes I want to event. I love dressage, foxhunting, and have a background in hunt-seat equitation. It’s the kind of riding resume that makes you think, “maybe she’s just never...

The Case For Dark-Colored Breeches

BY JENNIFER FINCH Why the recent USEF rule change allowing dressage riders to wear dark-colored breeches is an important step in making our sport more accessible. Early in 2021, USEF announced that, starting on December 1st,...

Shady Lady: Sun Protection Looks to the Future

BY LINDSEY LONG EQUESTRIAN PROFESSIONAL and founder of ShadyLady Alysia Lynch-Sherard did not set out to start a clothing company and she never thought she’d be in the position of championing for sun protection. Those...

Combine Innovation and Comfort This Fall With Kerrits & EQL

BY JENNIFER FINCH As the seasons change, equestrians’ closets change, too. Sweat-wicking fabrics are often pushed aside for fleece-lined breeches and quilted vests. And the team at Kerrits has worked hard to bring their customers...

Haute Equestrian: Helping Equestrian Business Owners, Promoting Inclusivity, and Fulfilling a Dream

BY TORI SHEEHAN Like so many adult riders, Caitlin Dance made the decision to come back to horses. After countless hours of early mornings and long drives to ice rinks throughout Canada, Dance traded in...

PulseVet: The Basics and Benefits of Shock Wave Therapy for Horses

BY PHOEBE BROWN Horses carry the dreams, hopes, and goals of equestrians in all disciplines. Riders, owners, trainers, veterinarians, farriers, and countless others work hard to put horse welfare first. In the equine industry, various...

Cavaliere Couture: Comfortable Tights for Equestrian Athletes

BY ANNIE BIRMINGHAM When Lela Reynolds mounted up for a dressage lesson with trainer Kimberly Monk in 2017 in a pair of Lululemon leggings, she had no idea that her outfit choice would inspire her...

To Steam Or Not To Steam?

Young jumping professional goes from skeptical to completely sold on Haygain Hay Steaming.  by Megan McDermott This is a “will they, won’t they” Ross and Rachel type love story, featuring me and my Haygain Hay Steamer. The...

Finding Excellence with Equine Elixirs

Equine Elixirs was founded by a horse owner for horse owners. In 2016, when her horse began showing signs of gastric ulcers, amateur rider Elizabeth Ehrlich could not find a solution on the market...

Alltech: Feeding Horses, Minimizing Environmental Impact

Founded in 1980, Alltech is focused on providing green, sustainable solutions to horse owners’ needs for balanced feeds, supplements, and additives for horses. BY ALLISON ARMSTRONG REHNBORG When was the last time you considered the environmental...

Ask Andre: How Much Do You Think Applause Influences the Result?

In this age of social media, I’ve seen a lot of public judge bashing and judge bullying, in which I will not participate. You know who’s going to be judging before you get to...

2023 FEI World Cup™ Finals Set for Omaha

After two consecutive cancellations, the FEI World Cup™ Finals are set for a 2022 return, following the conclusion of the 2021-2022 global World Cup season. While the 2022 finals are set for Leipzig, Germany,...

Ask Andre: Do You Have to Ride with a Big Barn to Win a...

By Andre Dignelli I don’t want to speak for all of the larger operations, but the key to winning is all about preparation and program.  I can only speak for myself, but Heritage Farm’s program is...

Ones Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Tailoreds: A Guide to Reselling Riding Clothes

BY JORDAN ANDERSON It’s no secret that riding clothes can be expensive. Breeches, sun shirts, boots—not to mention the plethora of jackets every equestrian seems to accumulate all quickly add up. So when riding attire...

Shining the Spotlight on Heritage Horse Shows

This competition year, more than 2,000 USEF-sanctioned horse shows will take place across the country. Just 33 have received the prestigious designation of being a Heritage Competition. A US Equestrian Heritage Competition is defined as...

The Clothes Horse: Setting the Bar for Horse and Stable

By Sarah Shuping A lot goes in to the search for the perfect dress sheet. Custom colors? Yes, please. Must match the barn aesthetic! Superior quality, of course. Equestrians know how something well made can...

Rain Gear for Every Horse Show

When it comes to working with horses, preparation is key. Yes, proper training at home and placing yourself and your horse in a suitable division is paramountly important. But you must also be prepared...

Gears, Gauges, and Motors, Oh My! The Making of All-Natural Equine Supplements

By Kara Pinato Scro / Jump Media As horse lovers, we’re constantly seeking the very best for our horses in just about every facet of their lives—from boarding barns to riding equipment to their feed,...

Riders Working the Rust Breeches Look

Love them or hate them, rust breeches are a real trend with a strong following. These vintage-look breeches even at one point had their own dedicated active Facebook page, "Bring Back RUST Breeches." For those...