Use the skills you’ve developed as a horseman to create change in your personal health and wellness.
4 ways fitness and exercise improves your in-saddle confidence.
Learn 7 ways to help you stay on track with your health, wellness and fitness journey.
Learn how to create symmetry in your body that’ll transfer to a well-balanced horse and rider combination
Understand how your riding stamina affects your horse, and what to do about it.
Find budget-friendly boots with comfort and practicality for pain-free riding.
Before you buy something for yourself or your horse, you want to know you’ll get what you paid for. These five products performed as promised when put to the test.
Whether you’re looking for a breast collar with all the bells and whistles or a get-the-job done piece, our guide has an option to fit your need.
Your tack is an investment; protect it with carriers or covers that are up for the task.
Cleaning up around the barn is a dirty job; here are the essentials that get you through it.
Put as much effort into his recovery as you do his training with a therapeutic accessory that fits the bill.
Trainer Darla Kennepohl teaches you how to pattern your barrel-racing horse for quick, efficient runs.
Improve your show-gear-care game with apparel storage that’ll keep your items in good repair.
Use these five strategies from our experts to keep your seldom-ridden horse tuned-up and connected with you.
A sturdy and secure stall lock improves your horse’s safety and gives you peace of mind.
Use our flowchart to find out which category your horse’s living situation falls into, and then find the perfect blanket that’ll keep him warm, dry, and cozy this winter.
Ensure that your horse’s base is fully protected with legwear that’s up for the task.
Learn to tie a simple, show-ready wild-rag knot in four easy steps.
Keep your horse’s appearance tidy with a high-quality clipper.
Get your horse’s feed off the ground for convenient feeding on the road or in the barn.
Find a functional front cinch that’s right for your Western saddle.
Select a jacket that’ll have you ready to take on any variable spring riding throws your way.
An equine behaviorist teaches you the why, and expert trainers teach you the how behind your horse’s anticipation—so you can nix it now.
Tidy-up your tack situation with organizers that accommodate your riding gear.
Leg support ensures that your horse arrives at his destination with his best legs beneath him.
Surviving winter weather starts with your head; find headgear that’ll keep you toasty while you ride.