Equestrian Embellishments

From elegant equine silhouettes to designs inspired by items horse owners use every day, these accessories were made for riders. Leave the days of tacky (pun intended) equestrian jewelry in the past with these stunning pieces that are just waiting…

Clippers Put to the Test

1. Wahl KM Cordless Clipper Say goodbye to searching for the closest outlet and annoying untangling; our tester was completely converted from corded to cordless with the Wahl KM Cordless Clipper! Two hours of cord-free run time gave these clippers…

Rock On in Iceland

As the temperatures in the Northeast drop and we head into sweater weather, many of us may be looking for warmer places to visit. However, this October we recommend Iceland for your next travel destination. Traveling to Iceland in fall…

Equestrian Backpacks Tested

1. Grand Prix Rider’s Backpack For carrying everything from your horse’s medical papers to your helmet to your crop, this bag is a staple—look around a horse show and you’re sure to see a few Grand Prix Rider’s Backpacks. Made…

Bits and Accessories Tested

1. Herm Sprenger Duo Bit Calling all super sensitive-mouthed horse owners, this one is for you! Made of a soft, bendable plastic, our tester found the Herm Sprenger Duo bits to be perfect for her fussy gelding. The straight but…

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…

In This Issue

- Annual Youth Issue
- Scholarships and Grants for Equestrians
- The 411 on Combined Driving Events
- Keep Your Horse Healthy While Trailering

 

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