Equestrian Blog

Horses, unlike other pets, need much more responsibility, care, time, and money. Whether you’re an equestrian enthusiast, horse owner, or professional horseback rider, here you’ll find tons of useful info about horses.

Learn all the nitty-gritty about owning a horse, horseback riding, equestrian tips, popular horse breeds, and more. Get the hang of horse grooming, tacking, riding, and eventing. This blog will help you to broaden your horizons by honing your scope on horse training, riding, and breeding.

Every equestrian needs proper equipment for safe and comfy riding. Every professional sport requires safety gear and horse riding is not an exception. Here you’ll find all the necessary riding apparel for kids and adults. This includes riding helmets, gloves, breeches, boots, and more.

Different equestrian disciplines require a range of equipment needed. Check the reviews of the top gear to find attire that suits best your riding needs and purposes.

Provide your companion with maximum comfort by tacking him up with solid gear. Choosing proper equipment for a horse promotes comfy and safe riding. It’s beneficial both to you and your hooved friend.

Here you’ll find a wide range of horse tack including saddles, saddle pads, bridles, horse protective boots, etc. All the gear is thoroughly reviewed so you can compare the products and find the perfect match. There’s a variety of equipment suitable for Western and English riders.

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dog intelligence

Are Horses Smarter Than Dogs?

Both horses and dogs are extremely smart. But if you are wondering who is more intelligent – horses or dogs – that’s a tough question we must say. In fact, horses are rather quick-witted, however, dogs don’t concede to this

woman and her horse are performing gaits at a show
equestrian sports

Types of Horse Shows You Should Know

If you’re an avid equestrian, you’re likely to take part in various horse shows. That’s a great opportunity to show off your riding skills as well as your graceful companion. There’s a myriad of horse show types you may like,

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horse boarding

What Is Horse Boarding?

Horse boarding is a service provided by horse stables to keep your companion there. That’s a good option for horse owners who don’t have the possibility to arrange a horse stable on their property or need a temporary cover. What

brown horse is licking white salt
food supplements

Why Do Horses Need Salt Blocks?

Apart from proper feeding and watering, your horse needs a solid portion of minerals. In summer, when it’s getting hotter, horses tend to sweat a lot. And with sweating, they lose a decent amount of minerals that is vital for

Brown horse is wearing Halloween decorations
Halloween horse

Halloween at the Barn [Horse Pumpkin Stencil Ideas Included]

– What is a ghost’s favorite dessert?– Boo-berry pie with ice scream! Ghostly Greetings! Looking for horse pumpkin carving patterns? We’ve got your back! We picked up a list of fang-tastic horse pumpkin stencil ideas to throw a tremendous Halloween

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english dressage

What Is Horse Dressage?

If you want to dive into equestrian activities, you should know what dressage riding is. It’s a popular sport, which is recognized all over the world. Dressage horseback riding is an art of advanced horse training that shows a paramount

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healthy hooves

Why Do Horses Wear Horseshoes?

Most people are familiar with the trotting sound of a horse as it walks and runs majestically around. It’s the sound of its horseshoes as it touches the floor. However, have you ever wondered why all horses (except the wild

man is putting halter on his horse
break a horse

How Long Does It Take to Break a Horse?

It takes 4 to 6 weeks to break in a horse but the precise time depends on several factors. Well-behaved and friendly horses are obviously easier to handle. While rough companions may need extra time to get used to the

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equine nutrition

What Do Horses Like to Eat?

Proper nutrition plays a significant role in taking care of a horse. Thus, you may wonder what horses like to eat and what horses can’t eat at all. Safe horse food includes grass, hay, grains, sweet potatoes, carrots, apples, berries,

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blanketing

When to Blanket a Horse? Temperature Guide

When another fall is coming, a horse owner is getting puzzled with a question: “To blanket or not to blanket?”. Dozens of horse blanket types are available with different styles and thicknesses to be chosen. Thus, we prepared these horse