LAURACEA: Luxury Bags for Equestrians

BY EDITOR SISSY WICKES The best products for our industry are consistently designed by those who understand our industry. It is difficult for people who have never experienced a horse show season to comprehend it....

TPH TV Series Review: The Ponysitter’s Club

BY ALI MIKHAIL Many equestrians like me grew up watching The Saddle Club TV series. In it, you watched a group of young girls navigate friendships, which were held together by a love of horses....

TPH TV Review: Netflix’s Free Rein

BY ELISE STEPHENS At least once in their lives, all past, present, and future equestrians look for that perfect horse TV show or movie. And many equestrians will admit it is actually very hard to...

Cold Weather Apparel for the Equestrian Athlete

BY EDITOR SISSY WICKES What do you get when you cross a cold trainer with an active wear apparel developer? Redingote! All riders, trainers, and horse enthusiasts who live in colder climates have experienced the hardships of...

Adding Essential Oils Into Your Horse Care Routine with The Infused Equestrian

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN I'll admit it -- I was slow to get on the essential oil train. It's not that I have anything against holistic methods, but for the longest time I thought...

TPH Review: Benefab® by Sore No-More® Therapeutic Knee Brace

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN The best horse I've ever owned, Simon, is a perfect match for me but can't pass a vet check to save his life. Vets have described his hock radiographs as...

Battle of the Sports Bras

BY RENNIE DYBALL It’s a good time to shop as an equestrian – everything from breeches to show shirts and even hunt coats are being constructed with performance fabrics to keep us cool, dry and...

Patriotic Tack Sets You Didn’t Know You Were Missing

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN If there's one thing I love about the hunters, it's the wide variety of striking, individualistic tack choices. Oh wait... that's literally every other discipline. Still, for the hunter/jumper rider looking...

TPH Film Review: Soft Feel and Light Hands

BY IZZY FEINSTEIN Soft Feel and Light Hands takes a closer look at Australian Steve Halfpenny’s natural horsemanship skills and “Light Hands Equitation” training method. Based out of Silversand Horsemanship Centre in Blanchetown, Australia, the...

TPH REVIEW: Roeckl Roeck-Grip Pro Gloves

BY BETSY KELLEY I have two words for you: TOUCHSCREEN COMPATIBLE. I know, I know. You shouldn’t be texting while you’re in the saddle, but heaven knows we don’t spend every second at a horse...

TPH Book Review: A Racing Scandal On the Tracks Shapes Into a ...

BY INTERN KAITLYN YOURKOSKI Author Sasscer Hill strikes again with a new murder mystery intertwined with life on the race track. Her new novel, The Dark Side of Town, is no exception. It is a...

Fratelli Fabbri Leads the Way in Environmental Sensitivity: The Veg Boot is here!

Fratelli Fabbri boots are beacons of quality and luxury in the equestrian boot marketplace. Known for their beauty and strength, they are worn by thousands of riders, including Olympic Gold Medalist Nick Skelton and...

Capsule Wardrobes: Equestrian Edition

BY INTERN IZZY FEINSTEIN In the fashion industry, capsule wardrobes are the new craze. Capsule wardrobe is a term created in the 1970s by London boutique owner Susie Faux, who defined the term as "a...

TPH REVIEW: The RJ Classics Nora Show Coat

BY BETSY KELLEY When I was on the hunt for a new show coat as a budget-conscious Adult Amateur, it never occurred to me that I could afford to wear a high-end brand. Much to...

TPH Review: Acavallo Gel and Memory Foam Halfpad

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN When it comes to choosing tack, the most important thing to consider is my horse's comfort. Sure, I love beautiful pieces with stunning custom details as much as the next...

Equestrian Fashion Picks from Decidedly Un-Equestrian Retailers

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN Though I'd prefer to spend most of my days at the barn, real life necessitates that a lot of my time is spent far away from the sound of hooves...

5 Equestrian Fashion Trends You Won’t Want To Miss

BY INTERN ANNIE BIRMINGHAM With the summer show circuits fast approaching, this season’s equestrian fashion trends are beginning to emerge. Here are five fashion trends you don’t want to miss to ensure that you always...

A Pop of Color

BY BETSY KELLEY From colorful tops and patterned socks to bright breeches and belts - learn to embrace the newest fashion trends (and your wild side!) Essex Classics “Trey” V-Neck Sweater, $149.99  Struck Apparel Women’s 50 Series...