There are two basic styles of pack saddles that are popular in the United States - the Sawbuck and the Decker. While most people are familiar with the Sawbuck saddle and its classic wooden cross bucks...
My last discussions I identified sheared heels and the associated risks, if you missed that article I suggest you read it, now let's get the fix I promised.If your horse has sheared heels there are se...
Every horse rider in the UK is aware of the problem of criminals who prey on the equestrian industry. Theft of both horses and horse tack is sadly all too common and most riders have either persona...
Saddle Seat Saddles, which are also known as Cut Back Saddle, was originally developed in North America to improve the movements of many breeds of show horses and their performance in the rings. T...
Many people have asked me how to physically tack up their horses and what to check to make sure they have a near perfect fit. Here are four points to watch as you are saddling your horse to make sur...
Like so many other things, the rigging of a saddle is where it is today through evolution. The cowboy had a "working" saddle that did a little of everything on the ranch such as gathering cattle, re...
The Definition of "Horse Tack" is all the equipment that you need as the owner of a horse. Riding a horse and properly caring for a horse requires certain equipment to adequately take care of their ...
A supportive structure designed for a rider or other load, fixed firmly to an animal's back is considered as a Saddle. The most ordinary type is the equestrian saddles intended for a horse, but sp...
Whether you are a Western rider yourself or you are simply interested in the variety of riding out there, you'll find that there is a Western saddle designed for any riding activity or discipline. Ta...
Horse tack is the short name for all of the accessories and items that go along with owning and riding a horse. These horse supply items provide many different accessories for different ways of ri...