Two sisters in Ontario were looking for ways to pay for their pony's upkeep – and ended up with a thriving business venture.
Tack & Equipment
Stay cool and stylish with these breeches, tights, and riding jeans designed for English and Western riders.
Saddle fitter Joe Boustead advises the signs to look out for, and what you can do about a poorly-fitted saddle.
Certified bit-fitter Tammy Levasseur discusses why proper bit and bridle fit is so crucial, and explains the new rein contact technology.
Bitless bridles have been shown to solve behavioural issues such as head shaking, bridle lameness, napping, rearing, and anxiety.
So even if your Dry January resolution has already fallen off the wagon, there are plenty of horse-related goals that should be easy to keep.
For the equestrians who have everything, we found some unique gifts – heck, you might want a few for yourself...
A roundup of some new gear, and some revisions to old favourites, all designed to keep us safe in the saddle (or when falling out of it).
With a little prep work and elbow grease, you can wash dirty blankets at home and save a few dollars on the cleaners (and gas!)
Don't give in to winter; fight back with warm clothing and accessories to keep you comfy and toasty on the trail or in the arena.
Stay warm and toasty on your horse this winter with this unique apparel that also keeps the snow and rain off your horse and your saddle.
Some riding stables and camps allow kids to wear bicycle helmets in lieu of equestrian helmets; here is why that is a bad idea.
Equine goggles are handy for helping horses with everything from uveitis to eye ulcers to photosensitivity to head-shaking.
While very simple, the war bridle - in the right hands and on the right horse - can provide a respite from problems such as head-shyness.
Whether you ride dressage or do barrel racing, you have likely heard of treeless saddles. Here is a look at both sides of the equation.
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