“No hoof, no horse”. Old and tired as the saying might be, it always applies. Most of us know to keep our horses on a regular cycle with a qualified farrier, but that's only a piece of the puzzle when it comes to caring for your horse's feet. The daily routine can...
“No hoof, no horse”. Old and tired as the saying might be, it always applies. Most of us know to keep our horses on a regular cycle with a qualified farrier, but that's only a piece of the puzzle when it comes to caring for your horse's feet. The daily routine can...read more
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Bloating is a disorder of the digestive system, usually related to colic. A bloated horse's stomach or intestines are too full – usually of gas – which causes them to distend. The problem is painful and usually a symptom of deeper issues with the digestive system, and...read more
We've all been there: usually the morning before a show or clinic, or perhaps directly after the farrier has been, your horse comes in with three feet neatly trimmed with metal and one bare hoof. Somehow, he's managed to throw his shoe in the field. It's a frustrating...read more
We all know that horses eat hay, but for the horse owner, it's not that simple. This aspect of horse management is utterly integral to the horse's mental and physical well-being. It's essential to feed hay in the correct amounts and using the correct methods. Receive...read more
Sweet itch is the frustration of horse owners the world over. Occurring everywhere from Canada to Australia to Africa, this particularly persistent skin problem can make your horse absolutely miserable. The constant itching is enough to drive many horses to rub...read more
After examining 6 of the best equine first-aid emergency kits and pitting them against each other and with over 24 hours of comparisons, we've concluded that the best Equine emergency kit that has the components for most emergencies and comes at a great price is the...read more
After 100s of hours of picking hoofs over the course of 5 months and 25 hoof picks tested, we've concluded that the greatest hoof pick is the Horze Softgrip Hoof Pick. The soft grip gives you a comfortable grip on the pick as you scrape away the dirt from your equines...read more
After performing many different tests on 8 pairs of durable unisex leather gloves (from seeing how thick the leather was to tugging on a thick rope.) and over 4 days of general use, we’ve concluded that the best leather gloves for Equestrian men and women are...read more
After running a multitude of different tests on 10 pairs of unisex grip gloves (from seeing how tightly you can hold the reins to climbing a tree!) and over 5 days of general use, we’ve concluded that the best grip gloves for Equestrians are the Heritage Power Grip...read more
After running a multitude of different tests on 15 pairs of riding friendly women's all-weather gloves (from spraying water over the surface to submerging into a bucket of mud) and over 3 days of general use we've concluded that the best all-weather gloves for...read more
After 5 weeks of testing 7 excellent western saddle pads for durability, comfortability, and design, we’ve concluded that the Best Western Saddle Pad that pairs the best with all western saddles and keeps you and your horse feeling comfortable is the Weaver Leather...read more
After 4 weeks of testing 6 incredible dressage saddle pads for durability, softness, and comfortability we've concluded that the Best Dressage Saddle Pad that pairs the best with all dressage saddles and keeps you and your horse feeling comfortable is the Lettia Baker...read more
After weeks of relaxing trail riding and testing 15 different top of the line western trail saddles, and plenty of hours per a saddle, we've come to the conclusion that the Tucker Horizon Trailhead Trail Saddle is the Champion Western Trail Saddle. Some key features...read more
After weeks of thrilling jumping training and galloping through the woods, 15 different riders with varying expertise trialed 8 of the highest quality saddles on the market. In the end, we’ve come to the conclusion that the Best English Jumping Horse-Saddle is the...read more
After Brushing over 20 tails and manes with 5 different combs, and over 30 days of daily grooming we’ve concluded that the Best Equine Mane & Tail Brush is the Tough 1 Great Grip Mane and Tail Brush. Durable, stylish, and practical, this brush is simple, yet it...read more
After combing through over 20 manes with 4 different pulling combs, and over 30 days of daily grooming we’ve concluded that the Best Equine Mane Pulling Comb is the Solocomb Mane Comb. An interchangeable blade and a button-activated clipping system make this comb the...read more
After combing through over 20 tails and manes with 5 different combs, and over 30 days of daily grooming we've concluded that the Best Equine Wide Tooth Mane-Comb is the Conair Equine FX Wide-Tooth Mane and Tail Comb. Durable, stylish, and practical, this comb is...read more
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