After a long weekend of riding, your tack needs cleaning. You finish it all...except the one accessory that's hard to clean and often neglected—sport boots.
If these chores are completed daily, then your barn will remain sanitary and safe for your horse.
Is it time to clean your horse's sheath? Here are five things you should know about sheath cleaning for your horse's health and comfort.
Learn how to tie a rope halter in five steps.
Utilize sample size cosmetic items to put in your trailer for traveling.
You get to a show and realize you left all of your brushes in your barn—this tip will never let that happen again.
You never know when an emergency may arise—be prepared by packing extra necessary items for your horse.
Stay organized on the road by keeping all necessary horse papers in a binder.
If you forget to bring something for your horse trip, use your phone to help you remember the next time around.
Saving money at horse shows is easy if we avoid the concession stand and keep ‘emergency’ food in our trailer.
Grab your husband's tackle box. We’re going—SHOWING!
We’ve all been in a situation where an extra light would come in handy—rechargeable solar lights are the answer.
Hot and cold therapies both have benefits when it comes to horse injuries—learn how and when to use each type.