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That is, if your horse has a shaved coat. Horses with an unshaven, thick winter coat keep themselves warm by fluffing up their coat. By putting a rug on the winter coat, the winter coat is flattened and can no longer be used to keep themselves warm. So, a rug has no use for your unshaven horse. read more
Meanwhile, we have already reached the cold winter months. What can you do for your buddy to keep him warm again this year? We give you a few tips! read more
Do you remember the last time you took a tumble from your horse? Well, I bet you were very pleased you were wearing some head protection! Your riding helmet certainly helped prevent some bad bumps and bruises and reduced the risk of even more serious injury. Accidents are just waiting to happen: something we all tend to forget. After all, horse riding is all about relaxation, fun and the close relationship with your four-legged best friend. But occasionally it’s a good idea to devote the same amount of attention to your riding helmet. read more
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. Considering every horse has its own unique anatomy and preferences, it is impossible to offer a ‘quick-fix’ suitable for every horse. Since it might take some experimenting to find the right bit, consulting an expert on bits can make choosing easier. read more