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Shearling vs Merino

Shearling vs Merino

Have you ever wondered what is the difference between the Professional's Choice Shearling Cinch and their Merino Wool? 🤔 Let's help give you an answer!

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Horseware: Rhino Blankets

Horseware: Rhino Blankets

Let's take a look together on what set's Horseware Rhino Blanket a step above from the other horse blankets on the market. The Rhino line from Horseware Ireland is our customer's favorite brand of blanket and is ideal for our wet west coast climate.

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MIPS Helmets

MIPS Helmets

​Ever wonder why all the hype about the MIPS helmet system? It is all for a good reason, brain health and protection. As science and research develop, we are understanding how delicate our brain is and how much effect falls, and concussions can have on our physical and mental health.

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Sprenger: Find the Right Bit in Four Easy Steps

The bit operates like a communication channel between rider and horse. As the mouth is one of the most sensitive parts of the horse's body it is important to treat it very carefully. A bit should be sized and fitted to the individual anatomic shape of the mouth as well as to its characteristic needs. The basic requirement for the correct bit choice is a healthy and properly trained horse.

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10 Things to Remember on International Helmet Awareness Day

10 Things to Remember on International Helmet Awareness Day

Riders4Helmets International Helmet Awareness Day — a campaign event designed to educate people about the importance of wearing a hat, following dressage Olympian Courtney King-Dye’s accident from which she suffered a brain injury.

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Thinking with your Head

Thinking with your Head

You’ve seen those commercials talking about replacing your mattress after every eight years—after all, that’s a lot of dead skin cells, dirt, dust mites, etc., that gathers every night. And when it comes to your favorite pair of riding pants, you don’t think twice about replacing them when they’re starting to be worn thin, or maybe showing a little too much wear and tear. But do you even think about how old your helmet is?

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Concussion Awareness for Equestrians

Concussion Awareness for Equestrians

Did you know that the average amount of traumatic brain injury-related deaths in equestrian sport is more than seven times that of traumatic brain injury-related deaths in contact sports (such as American football)? That’s an average of 60 deaths in equestrian sports each year.

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Helmet Fit Tips

Helmet Fit Tips

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10 Reasons to Use Slow Feeders

10 Reasons to Use Slow Feeders

Slow feeders are a great way to improve your horse’s physical and mental health. In a perfectly ideal world, horses should be given complete access to free choice forage 24 hours a day. Some horses can self-regulate when given this option, but some horses just don’t have that self-control.

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A Bit Less

A Bit Less

Some horses prefer to go bitless, due to mouth injuries, teething, or bit anxiety. Bitless is another option for lesson horses as students learn about the importance of their hand. It is also a great way to start young horses, as they can focus on their new rider’s weight than the added stress of the new pressure from the bit.

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Rambo Blankets

Rambo Blankets

Rambo blankets are designed to last. They are one of the strongest, most durable blankets that you can buy. They hold their waterproofing well and maintain their quality. Your horse will thank you.

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Rambo Blankets

Rambo Blankets

Rambo blankets are designed to last. They are one of the strongest, most durable blankets that you can buy. They hold their waterproofing well and maintain their quality. Your horse will thank you.

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