Cookies

Our website uses cookies. Cookies have many purposes, one of them is remembering your cookie preferences so this pop-up will not show each time you visit our website. Without necessary cookies, our website will not work properly and therefore they are not optional. Statistics cookies help us understand how visitors use our website. Marketing cookies help us carry out our marketing  specified for you. Do you want an optimal website experience? Then tick all cookies boxes!

Our cookie policy contains extensive information about all of our cookies and offers you the opportunity to change your cookie preferences at any time.

More info

BR Blog


November Leg Protection Blog

LEG PROTECTION: EVERYTHING YOU MUST KNOW

1st of November 2018, Garbrielle van Zuilen

Unfortunately, horses are not always as careful with themselves as we would like them to be. As soon as your horse loses another shoe or trips over its own feet while riding again, the temptation to wrap your horse in bubble wrap can become overwhelming... Read more.

August Bridle Blog

A BIT ABOUT BRIDLES

16th of Augustus 2018, Garbrielle van Zuilen

What are you looking for in a bridle? Do you prefer an anatomical bridle with patent leather and shiny diamonds for a lasting impression, or are you going for a more traditional look? In the end a bridle is not just a fashion statement… Read more.

July Bit Blog 2

A MOUTH FULL: DIFFERENT BITS

3rd of August 2018, Garbrielle van Zuilen

Where to start with so many available bits? As overwhelming as choosing a bit can be, it is an important part of the tack that deserves more attention than it generally gets. When a bit does not fit right, the horse may show difficulties in using its body properly or show other signs of discomfort… Read more.

July Bit Blog 1

FOR THE REAL CONNOISSEUR: A DIFFERENT TASTE FOR EVERY BIT

16th of July 2018, Garbrielle van Zuilen & Micha van Rheden

Does your horse accept the bit? Various factors complicate the search for the right bit, one of which is the anatomy of the horse’s mouth. The space and the shape of the mouth, tongue and bars largely determine which type of bit best suits the horse. The shape, material and taste... Read more.