If you're looking for the best Western vacation, look no further than the National Finals Rodeo.
For one year, and one year only, the National Finals Rodeo and Cowboy Christmas will be held in Texas.
We've gathered the best Black Friday deals for horse owners and lovers this year!
During these trying times money can be tight. However if you're fortunate enough to have extra spending cash, you need to check out these horse-related small businesses! With everything from tack to jewelry, these stores have it all.
We spotlight products we’ve reviewed over the past year, separated by discipline.
Shopping for a horse? Avoid ‘Mr. Wrong’ by using these guidelines, gleaned from a lifetime of buying horses.
Easy keeper? Laminitis-prone pony? Consider this handy item to enable pasture turnout.
Use quality tack in your day-to-day riding to keep your horse comfortable and performing well
Find budget-friendly boots with comfort and practicality for pain-free riding.
Looking to score some great deals on tack and other horse goods? Bookmark these saver-savvy Web sites, and let your keyboard do the driving
Cleaning up around the barn is a dirty job; here are the essentials that get you through it.
These buy-right strategies will help keep your horse’s blanketing routine low-maintenance and worry-free.
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.
Demystify the blanket-buying process with our tested tips and guide to blanket lingo.
Learn the ins and outs of breast collars to become a specialist on this popular piece of riding equipment.
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.
Before you buy something for your horse, you want to know that it’ll perform as promised. These eight products did just that when we tried them.
Surviving winter weather starts with your head; find headgear that’ll keep you toasty while you ride.
If you aren’t gifted with the Midas touch when it comes to horse shopping, Pat Parelli offers tips to ensure that your next purchase fits the bill.