Leather Care Essentials

1. Sterling Essentials Leather Cleaner and Leather Conditioner Our tester found that this tack cleaner and conditioner is perfect for your everyday cleaning jobs. With a fine mist that can be easily applied to a towel and then effectively to…

It's Showtime in Saugerties, NY

Home of many major horse events in the Northeast, HITS-on-the-Hudson is one of the four U.S. locations that brand the HITS name, and equestrians can visit the gorgeous facility in Saugerties, NY, throughout the show season. The HITS Saugerties Show…

From School to Saddle

Many scholastic riders know the struggle of having to hurriedly change after class and rush to their lesson. To save some time (and to bring some equestrian flair into the classroom) we found the perfect pieces that can easily go…

Unsure If You Should Insure?

Equine insurance, for many, is often thought of as too expensive, too complicated, or just flat out unheard of. However, protecting assets is something insurance companies are built for, and when disaster strikes, they can be there to help. So…

Trot Around Town in Tryon, NC

Who wouldn’t want to visit a town that highlights both horses and wine? Tryon, NC, and the surrounding areas are packed with rolling hills of vineyards, the Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC), and some delicious food—does it get any better…

Working Gear—Cross-Country Attire

The cross-country course is the last place a rider wants to be worrying about their outfit. Whether they’re in Beginner Novice or contesting Training Level, we found some pieces that are perfect for an eventer’s favorite phase. [1] Tredsep Ireland…

Horse and Hound

A dog may be man’s best friend, but equestrians have another four-legged love. It isn’t rare for a rider to have a lead rope in one hand and a leash in the other. To keep everyone looking coordinated, we found…

Trail Riding Gear

  1. Cashel Quiet Ride Fly Mask For some horses, just a fly bonnet isn’t enough when riding. Enter, Cashel’s Quiet Ride Fly Mask. Made of a fine nylon mesh that is softer and more flexible than a traditional fly…

Bridle Trail Adventures in Kirkland, WA

Washington has some of the most beautiful scenery in the United States. With the constant rain, everything is lush and beautiful, especially to those who love trail riding. In the town of Kirkland, people gather to escape life in the…

On the Grid—The Benefits of Gridwork

A tool for addressing many problems horses and riders face, gridwork and gymnastic exercises consisting of precisely placed poles and jumps are a common sight in a hunter/jumper’s arena. We spoke to trainers Lexie Lohrer of Wildwood Farm in Westford,…

In This Issue

- Flatwork to Improve Your Horse over Fences
- How Exercising in Cold Weather Affects Horses
- A Cross-Country Jumping Primer
- Tips for Staying Mentally Healthy in College

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