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  •  August 22, 2013

    Equestrian Helmets: Safety Necessities to Stylish Accessories

    Riders used to have few helmet options to replace their iconic cowboy hats and top hats. Who could blame a rider for turning up their nose at an English-style velvet hunt cap or a big, bright schooling helmet? In the competition ring, many disciplines are still quite traditional, but in show jumping and eventing, fashion-conscious riders are getting comfortable with some wild...

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  •  August 22, 2013

    Top 10 Safety Tips For Horseback Riders: Guest Post by Christy Landwehr

    Some things to think about before, during and after you ride your horse. For riders of all ages: 1. Always wear an ASTM-SEI approved riding helmet - not a bike or ski helmet, while on or around horses, and that you have it fitted correctly. 2. Wear your boots when you groom, tack and ride your horse. This will...

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  •  August 13, 2013

    Sierra Helmet Fan Sweepstakes!

    This contest is over. Please see the winners of the Sierra Sweepstakes here. To celebrate the launch of Troxel’s newly redesigned, best-selling Sierra Western helmet (available Fall 2013), we’ve teamed up with product ambassador Julie Goodnight, Jeffers and Westgate River Ranch Resort and are giving away some great prizes! To participate in the Sierra Sweepstakes, simply visit Troxel's Fan Page on...

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  •  July 12, 2013

    Troxel Trail Riding Helmet Review: Guest post by Nancy D. Brown

    Nancy D. Brown is a travel writer whose work has appeared online and in newspapers and magazines nationwide. An avid equestrian, she publishes writinghorseback.com and the What a Trip blog, all about Nancy's travels aroudn the globe. When not traveling, she lives with her family near San Francisco, California. Follow her on Twitter @Nancydbrown. Troxel supplied a Rebel trail...

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  •  May 31, 2013

    There Can be no Obedience without the Corresponding Freedom to Disobey: Guest Post by Robin Shen

    By Troxel product ambassador: Robin Shen Robin shares concepts of Enlightened Horsemanship (http://www.robinshen.com/) as taught by Robin Shen and shared by those in pursuit of a deeper relationship with our best friend. In keeping with the goal of partnership, the use of equipment should be focused on the development of a better relationship and better communication. Ironically, this will not...

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