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Relax With These Perfect Barn Organization Photos

We all have grand plans, but sometimes life gets in the way. At least that's how I feel about keeping my tack trunk organized. There are always 1,000 things to accomplish at the barn,...

From the Ground Up: 5 Benefits of the SoftBed Comfort Stall Mattress

Your horse’s health and comfort starts from the ground up. And, for horses that spend a large amount of time indoors, the stall is the best place to start. Particularly for performance horses and...

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 saddle for you (often at an...

Wool vs Foam Flocking: What Does It Mean for Your Saddle?

BY BRITTANY BIRD So, you’re shopping for a new saddle, and as you sip your morning coffee while researching different types, you stumble across the foam vs. wool debate.  Some of your friends are all about the sleek,...

Ask The Judge: Horse Show Fashion

The hunter and equitation rings can be a hard place for fashion lovers who thrive on finding pieces that bring a new flair to the horse show. From wild colors to crystalized details, riders...

The Ultimate Grazing Muzzle Guide

As Spring and Summer arrive around the country, along with that comes the lush Spring grass. Overindulgence or first-time exposure to Spring grass can sometimes lead to short-term and long-term health issues like colic and...

Body Protectors, Air Vests & and Other Safety Gear: What You Need to Know

By Rennie Dyball There’s nothing like a pandemic to get people thinking about their safety. In tack shops and in online groups alike, riders outside of the eventing world are talking about incorporating an extra...

Not Your Average Carry-On: Traveling With Your Saddle

The life of a show rider is often one of nomadism: We're on the road a lot, but we don't travel light. Exhibit A: our saddles. While most items can be stuffed into a bag,...

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...

Eques Pante Equestrian Underwear: An Honest Review

Before embarking on this review, the idea of wearing sculpting, seamless, bike short-style riding underwear was not high on my wish list.  I’ve been showing in the same three pairs of Tailored Sportsman side zip...
Horse Riding

What Makes a Good Riding Boot?

Horseback riding calls for proper footwear that provides maximum safety and comfort for the rider. There are a few different types of equestrian boots on the market. Typically, horseback riders wear tall riding boots. These...

Distinctive Horse Properties’ Lea McCullough Helping Horse People Find Their Equestrian Dream Property

BY Sarah Welk Baynum Lea McCullough is a licensed real estate agent and equestrian with an extensive and diverse background in both real estate and horses. Passionate about the beauty of horse farms in particular—and...

Your Top Equine Insurance Questions, Answered

We spoke with the experts to address equestrians’ most pressing concerns about insuring their animals BY Paige Cerulli When you’ve got a sick or injured horse, stress over their well-being—plus the bills that come with their...

Beautiful and Easy Ways to Display Your Ribbons

BY ASHLEY SHAW Over many years of horse showing, equestrians can accumulate countless amounts of ribbons. Sadly, the reality is that most of these elegant, hard-earned ribbons end up in storage containers and plastic bags...

Tack Cleaning Tips for When You’ve Really Got to Make it Sparkle

BY TPH TEAM Maintaining proper daily maintenance for your tack means that when it’s time to really deep clean it, whether for a big horse show or Pony Club turnout inspection, you’re working from...

When Buying a Helmet, Use Your Head

By Dana Miller • Chagrin Saddlery Whether calculating a fast and clear jumper trip, finding the perfect distance to a fence or going on a relaxing trail ride, keeping the most important of human organs...

What Are Those Horse Masks in the Jumper Ring?

The jumper ring is often one of innovation. More than just blinged out bonnets and colorful jackets, it’s a place to see some of the latest tack in our sport.  Lately, you may have noticed...

Cascada: Water Smarter

How Cascada Equine is checking all the boxes with their automatic watering system for your horse BY April Bilodeau Hydration is one of THE most important elements in every horse’s daily activity. How we keep our...

If You Build It, They Will Jump…!

BY Liz Houley-Glassman In January 2023 our small barn of adult ammies unexpectedly found ourselves scrambling to find a new home for our 13 horses. We landed in a great little barn with great bones, but...

With Over 40 Years in Business, Peterson Smith Equine Hospital and Complete Care Offers...

BY April Bilodeau Since the early 1980s, Peterson Smith Equine Hospital and Complete Care has been providing premiere equine veterinary services to the Ocala, FL, area. It all began when Dr. John Peterson and Dr....

Get a Glimpse Behind the Medals in “Riding for the Team”

BY MOLLY SORGE/JUMP MEDIA LLC When Robert Ridland arrived in Gladstone, NJ, to ride with Bertalan de Némethy as part of the U.S. Equestrian Team, he was just 18 and owned one pair of breeches....

Springtime Supplements Ahiflower® Oil Gives the Best in Omega Fatty Acids For Humans and...

BY TPH STAFF Many horses do well on fat supplements, especially for getting that shiny coat. But finding the right fat supplement can be tricky: what will the horse eat? What is the best choice...