Thursday, January 24, 2019

Herd of Zebras: A brand with a message

BY ALLIE CARLSON Have you ever felt like a zebra among horses? You almost fit in, but something about you is just a little different? You aren’t alone, and that feeling...

Marley Lilly Monogrammed Apparel Review

BY ALLIE CARLSON As equestrians, we all love a good monogram. So when Marley Lilly kept popping up in my Facebook feed, I got curious. My order came within 9 business days, which considering they had...

Does Traditional Have to Mean Plain? A Look at Show Shirts

BY JESS CLAWSON The hunter ring is a great place to catch up on modern fashion and trends. When scrolling through beautiful pictures of gleaming riders, I discovered I found that an unassuming show shirt...

How to Oil a New Saddle

BY CORI MCGRAW So you’ve just purchased a brand new saddle or have been fortunate enough to receive one as a gift (you lucky duck, you!). Now what?  While some manufacturers will pre-oil a...

Perfect Holiday Gifts for the Equitation Rider

BY SARA SOMECK ‘Tis the season for prep and conditioning, cold weather, indoor ring rides, hot cocoa, and best of all: presents! It can be very hard to narrow down what to get for horse...

Using Your Favorite Photos to Create Simple, Yet Meaningful Gifts To and From Equestrians

BY ASHLEY SHAW The holiday season is approaching quickly, and while we hope to find the perfect gift for each friend and family member, this task is not always easy. I love to give gifts...

TPH Review: R.J. Classics’ New “Harmony” Show Coat

BY RENNIE DYBALL For most riders in the show ring today, the heavy wool hunt coats of old are a distant memory (or something your mom wore back in her horse show days). Today’s tack...

Battle of the Burgundy: What Coat Colors Belong In The Hunter Ring?

BY LAUREN MAULDIN There's a lot going on in our sport right now. Indoors just wrapped up, and people are looking forward to winter circuits. SafeSport is a hot topic, with everyone going through their...

Elizabeth Ehrlich is Taking a Unique, All-Natural Approach to Horse Health with Equine...

BY MOLLY SORGE When Elizabeth Ehrlich’s mare, Bella, started showing symptoms of ulcers—pinning her ears while being groomed and becoming spooky and reactive under saddle—in the summer of 2016, she turned to the tried-and-true ulcer...

The Fit Equestrian’s Equitation Bootcamp: Can This Easy Workout Plan Actually Complement Your...

BY RENNIE DYBALL With a month to go before my competitive local medal finals, all it took was the name of this workout to hook me. I’ll take all the shoulders-back help I can get. I’ve...