Tack & Apparel

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Ask a Pro: Tack Cleaning Routine

Some of us love it and find it therapeutic to clean our tack to a beautiful luster and suppleness. Some of us think it’s a chore before a show and wish we could “I Dream of Jeannie” it, and poof it’s clean! Regardless of your personality type, taking care of your tack is important for everyone. Max Corcoran, our resident professional and incoming USEA President, let us know what her tack cleaning routine is.

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Three Steps to Tying Your Horse Safely

Teach your horse how to tie safely in these easy steps.

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Blanketing a Trace-Clipped Horse

Eventing groom Max Corcoran offers three tips to consider when deciding how to blanket your trace-clipped horse.

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Learn to Weight the Inside Edge of Your Stirrup

From an exercise in her book, 40 5-Minute Jumping Fixes, trainer Wendy Murdoch shares how to quickly correct a common problem.

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Tack Choices Can Affect Your Horse's Performance and Attitude

When it comes to matching the right tack to different horses, says Jim Wofford, there is no one-type-suits-all.

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Beautifully Attired & Ready to Show

To look your best when you compete, rely on the advice of those in the know for equestrian apparel that’s as flattering as it is functional.

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Choose the Best Blanket

Choose the blanket that works best for your horse's situation. Here's what to consider.

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Draw Reins: A Good Teaching Tool Only IF ...

Are draw reins for horses a destructive gadget or useful training aid? Jim Wofford walks the razor's edge.

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Become a Horse Noseband Know-It-All

Learn about the different kinds of nosebands and what they do to pick the right one for your horse.