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...

How to Choose Your Riding Helmet in 3 Steps

Above: Photo by TPH Intern Emily McNeill A laps with the helmet again. We will not tire of talking about this important topic for any horseman or rider regardless of the discipline you practice, how...

Breaking Traditions to Be a Better Rider

BY IRENE ELISE POWLICK There is no question that equestrian sport is deeply rooted in tradition. In the hunter/jumper world, everything seems rooted in tradition. Why do we mount only on the left side? It was...

Perfect Product Deals for the Equestrian on a Budget

BY INTERN IZZY FEINSTEIN It is a widely known fact that horseback riding is one of the most expensive sports in the world. Equestrians do not only have to purchase the proper equipment for themselves,...

10 Spring Deals Under $100

1. RJ Classics Rebecca Show Shirt in Grey Floral, $85.00. As the weather begins to warm up and the spring circuits are starting up, RJ Classics offers new patterned show shirts, ready to show that...

Equine Entrepreneur Showcase: Andrea Vogel & Dana Schwartz of Free x Rein

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN Horses and fashion are like peanut butter and jelly, peas and carrots... wine and cheese! A perfect pairing. Equally as well matched, partners Andrea Vogel and Dana Schwartz of Free...

TPH Review: Art of Liv’in – Art of Riding Equestrian Bags & Covers

BY BLOG EDITOR LAUREN MAULDIN Sometimes when I walk through a hunter/jumper show, I can't help but crave a little bit of color. Sure, I love the dark hunter green or burgundy barn drapes and...

Staying Organized at the Barn and at Shows

BY AMBASSADOR CALLIE HILDENBRAND It is a commonly known fact that organization is beneficial, or maybe even essential, to productivity. It makes sense, doesn’t it? Whether it be applied in the office, at school, or...

The Flair of Free x Rein

BY EDITOR SISSY WICKES The current retail world is a flurry of clothing labeled as athleisure and gym to street styles. Most of the workout clothes offered by the big labels are suitable for wear outside of...

Dress Like a Stable to Street Showstopper in Four Easy Steps

By Bethany Lee, Style Editor @myequestrianstyle “I am often trying to accomplish the street to saddle look, but often it doesn’t quite translate. After investing in high quality riding pieces it should be a given to...

TPH TV Review: Horse Power – The Road to the Maclay

BY INTERN VYLA CARTER Several months ago, the USEF Network announced they would be releasing Horse Power: The road the Maclay on their website. I was ecstatic and immediately went to watching this 6 episode...

Valencia Sport Saddlery

BY TPH EDITOR SISSY WICKES Photos © Andrew Ryback Photography. HORSEPLAY ENCOURAGED Valencia Sport Saddlery in Lake View Terrace, California is nimble in its ability to navigate the tricky waters of today’s retail equestrian business. Founded by...