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,…

Vermont Summer Festival Fun Facts

» A horse show that originally started in the parking lot of the Killington Ski Resort in Killington, VT, the Vermont Summer Festival is now held at Harold Beebe Farm in East Dorset, VT, and will be celebrating its 25th…

Made For Walking

Riders know to keep their toes covered at the barn, but proper (and fashionable) footwear is important wherever you go. Whether you are headed out to run errands, a night on the town, or muck some stalls, these sandals, boots,…

Roaming Romania

Though Romania may not be at the top of most equestrians’ bucket lists, this beautiful country has a lot of respect for horses. Many residents still use horses for farm and labor; perhaps this is because of the need for…

Hello, Spring!

With warm temperatures on the horizon, it’s time to tuck away the sweaters and scarves. Say goodbye to the colder weather and spring into the saddle with these pastel, floral, and lightweight pieces inspired by the vernal season. [1] Helly…

Finding Hidden Hazards in the Barn

Hazards happen—we have all seen them and pray for the safety of our own barns. The tricky part is when a hazard may not seem like one. To help dissect some uncommon or unlikely culprits of disaster, members of the…

In This Issue

- A Look at Nosebands in the Jumper Ring
- Intercollegiate Associations for Every Discipline
- Covering the Basics of Equine Insurance

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