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    • 1.

      Preventing the theft of horses and tack

      by Robert Palmer - 2007-04-27
      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...
    • 2.

      Horse Tack

      by Janine Carter - 2008-06-23
      If you ride horses, you know that tacking up a horse refers to the equipment worn by a horse to allow us to ride them with more ease. There is a wide range of tack and all has to be fitted to the ind...
    • 3.

      Places to Go Western Riding

      by Janine Carter - 2008-06-29
      Horseback riding vactions are a time of the year that horse lovers look forward to, whether its with the whole family with kids included or just the two of you. Here we will talk about a few vacation...
    • 4.

      Western Saddle Evolution

      by Janine Carter - 2008-06-29
      One usually thinks of the western saddle as an American style of horse riding, but in fact it's origins can be traced back to the Moorish horsemen and warriors of the Dark Ages. When the Moors invade...
    • 5.

      Step by Step Saddle Fit

      by Janine Carter - 2008-06-29
      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 sure...
    • 6.

      The Workings Of The Reining Saddle

      by Janine Carter - 2008-06-29
      The reining event at horseshow's around the country has become a virtual rising star in the horse industry. The reining saddle is designed to optimize the horse's balance, agility and freedom of move...
    • 7.

      Breaking Down the Western Saddle

      by Janine Carter - 2008-07-10
      Whether riding for pleasure or competition, there is nothing more important that having a saddle that properly fits both the horse and its rider. We can compare saddles to fitting clothes or most imp...
    • 8.

      An Education on the Horse Bit

      by Janine Carter - 2008-07-22
      The "Bit" is a vital piece of equipment in the equine industry. The rider depends on the bit to keep control over his horse in whatever his job is, be it real cowboy work or in the show ring. The hor...
    • 9.

      Horse Spurs and Its History

      by Janine Carter - 2008-07-22
      It is thought that the earliest spurs were probably made from bone or wood. Spurs have been used by horsemen and cowboys throughout the ages. In its earliest days the spur and the metal it was made w...
    • 10.

      The Manufactured Production Saddle

      by Janine Carter - 2008-07-22
      I get questions all the time on whether one should just go to a saddle store and buy "ready-made" saddle or if one should go to the added expense of having a custom saddle made just for their specifi...