A recent study brings horse owners’ opinions and beliefs on blanketing practices “into the limelight” for analysis.
Tack & Equipment
A study by the Saddle Research Trust revealed a shocking percentage of low-grade lameness and gait abnormalities in-hand and under saddle.
Why this design technology is so important and how research is working to make us safer ‒ plus we bust a few helmet myths along the way.
Albeit trending slowly, more show jumpers are following the example of the eventing community and adopting air vests.
We could all use some holiday sparkle right now, so we look at tack and accessories for the most important name on your list – your horse!
EC’s webinar with lorinery specialist Tammy Levasseur presented an array of bitting advice, from size and type to the role of the noseband.
If Covid is keeping you in the Great White North this winter, here are some must-have items to keep you warm when the temperatures plunge.
Hippomundo talks to equine dental specialist Géraldine Vandevenne about problems caused by ill-fitting bits, bridles - and even riding styles.
Experts in Lorinery Science can assess your horse’s mouth and advise on the most suitable bit and best fit for optimum comfort and effectiveness.
Modern day saddle makers are finding themselves in a race for technology and innovation, the likes of which have never been seen in the horse industry.