Four Ways to be a more Sustainable Rider
April 28, 2021 | Riding
Four Ways to be a more Sustainable Rider

Sustainability is more than just a trendy buzzword. It has become a topic of considerable importance globally and has impacted the equestrian world. In 2017, FEI made it clear that they were working towards a more green future and prioritizing…

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No Need to be Tech-Savvy for These Swoon-Worthy Wearables
April 21, 2021 | RidingStyle
No Need to be Tech-Savvy for These Swoon-Worthy Wearables

Some wearables are prominent, such as smartwatches and FitBits, whereas others are woven into the fabric of an article of clothing or equipment. For riders and horses’ everyday use, wearables are more subtle. Each piece’s purpose is designed for better…

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Recreate the Looks Inspired by Your Viewing History
March 31, 2021 | Style
Recreate the Looks Inspired by Your Viewing History

There is so much to love about British period dramas. The actors, the scenery, the storylines, and the costumes! With most of the population stuck at home watching TV over the last year, British period dramas like Bridgerton, The Crown,…

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How to Take Your Equestrian Gear from Stable to Street
March 19, 2021 | Style
How to Take Your Equestrian Gear from Stable to Street

Fashion admirers have emulated equestrian style for a long time. The polished, tailored, and elegant vibe of the classic equestrian aesthetic is something you can embrace by pairing sophisticated pieces with the everyday items you currently have in your closet.…

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Eight Tips for Safe Herd Behavior in Turnout
March 8, 2021 | Horse
Eight Tips for Safe Herd Behavior in Turnout

Horses are the happiest and healthiest when they can roam outside, but it is not always possible to give them the time and space they need. Just like humans, horses need to socialize, exercise and spend time outdoors for their…

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Four Ways to Ensure a Safe Exercise Routine for Your Horse This Winter
February 12, 2021 | HorseOutdoors
Four Ways to Ensure a Safe Exercise Routine for Your Horse This Winter

As the winter months grow colder in some parts of the globe, you may be wondering how to ensure that your horse maintains proper exercise. Colder temperatures and snow or rainy conditions, coupled with icy footing, may make it difficult…

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Cold Comfort – Feeding Your Horse in Winter
January 22, 2021 | Horse
Cold Comfort - Feeding Your Horse in Winter

Depending on how cold the climate is where you live, feeding your horse during the winter months can require a good deal of attention. On the positive side, that attention means routine visits with your horse to monitor its condition.…

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How to Measure for Boots
January 12, 2021 | Riding
How to Measure for Boots

Proper boot fit is easily achieved. Apply the simple measurements detailed below to get the comfort and performance you desire.   For Riding Boots: Wear the breeches or tights and socks you are most likely to wear with your boots.…

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Understanding Equestrian Judges’ Scores
January 11, 2021 | HorseRiding
Understanding Equestrian Judges’ Scores

Any time you earn a blue ribbon in hunter or equitation disciplines, you probably don’t think about how the judges evaluated your performance. You may feel the same way about a red… unless you feel you did your very best…

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On Firmer Ground – Winter Hoof Care
December 23, 2020 | Horse
On Firmer Ground – Winter Hoof Care

Depending on where you live, winter can require varying degrees of adjustment to your hoof care routine. The colder and snowier the climate, the more there is to consider.   Of course, if the weather is too harsh, your horse…

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