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How to Make and Keep a Horse Show Journal

Above: The covers of my past two horse show journals, decorated with construction paper and pictures. Photo by Vyla Carter. By Vyla Carter Ever since my first horse show, my mom has kept a journal that gave...

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...

EQright: Tiny Device, Big Potential to Improve Your Riding

By Rennie Dyball Does your trainer tell you to “look up!” or “sit up!” every lesson? Do you jump up your horse’s neck from time to time? Find yourself looking down just to double-check your...

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...

“Extra” Equestrians and the Marketplace for Colorful Horse Tack and Apparel

BY NOA LEIBSON Any equestrian, at some point in their lives, may have felt the push and pull of wearing the tack and attire of what is normal in their communities versus what they truly...

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...

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...

Highline Tack

How this popular business provides quality used saddles at affordable prices—with a customized experience. BY April Bilodeau A new saddle can be one of the most exciting things a horse person can buy. Choosing the leather,...

Charleigh’s Cookies: A Labor of Love

BY SISSY WICKES “When you’re going through a difficult time – regardless of age, gender or status – there is nothing like the healing power of horses. They give everything and ask for little in...

LiveEQ Kicks Down Barriers in the Horse World with Growing Equestrian App

BY LiveEQ Denver, CO – 11/1/2023 - The equestrian world has long been a tight-knit community, often perceived as exclusive and out of reach for many horse lovers. However, LiveEQ, the groundbreaking new equestrian app,...

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...

Benefab®by Sore-No-More®: Bringing Eastern Medicine to Your Barn

Above photo: Kat Chrysostom, Owner and Designer of Benefab® by Sore No-More®. Read this article and more HERE inside the October/November 2017 Equitation Issue of TPH Benefab® by Sore-No-More® is a research-backed company that provides holistic healing...

Simple Solutions (to annoying problems): Sweaty Helmets

By Lauren Mauldin Imagine the scene—you’re walking into the barn to get ready for a lesson. When you hacked the day before, your horse was light and responsive which left a big smile on your...

AP Hassinger: “We Want Everyone to Have Their Favorite Breeches”

BY April Bilodeau As equestrians, we spend a lot of time in our riding clothes. Our tight fitting, sweat trapping, often uncomfortable riding clothes. Amy Hassinger, a life-long equestrian and prolific inventor, is no stranger to...

Introducing the America Cryo PEMF/Laser Dual Device

BY Summer Grace America Cryo has become synonymous with innovative healing and therapeutic technologies for both humans and horses. Combining experience for manufacturing logistics with a background through Grand Prix show jumping, America Cryo founder...

Self Care Tips for Creating a More Balanced Lifestyle

By Valerie Breslow As an equestrian, the demands on your life are intense. Your daily list of to-dos starts at the crack of dawn and keeps going well past dark. You often feel stressed out...

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...

Stay cool with Kerrits

Beat the heat with Kerrits’ cool new line of show and schooling attire A little history here. Back in the dark ages, show attire consisted of heavy, lined wool jackets, pure cotton breeches and ratcatchers....

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...

What Do These Equitation Finals Stars Have in Common? MDC Stirrups On Their Saddles

By Piper Klemm, Ph.D.  As a group of the best junior riders in the country battled it out in the Big Equitation finals this fall, there was a common piece of equipment on many of...

Get a Leg Up on Leg Protection

BY DR. HEATHER BEACH With so many options for leg protection for our horses, how can we choose what is best? Appearance, cost, function, and your horse’s unique conformational and discipline related needs all factor...

Jump the Moon by Kathy Simmers

A TPH Book Review by Meg Rosenthal Most little girls never forget their first pony. In Jump the Moon, a beautiful children’s book by Kathy Simmers, this notion is championed as the book follows the...