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  •  December 09, 2021

    My Horse Won't Stay on the Rail- Guest Post by Julie Goodnight

    My Horse Won’t Stay on the Rail By Julie Goodnight Horses are smarter than we give them credit for and any horse that’s been around an arena more than once, has figured out that it’s a much shorter distance around when they cut corners and leak in off the rail. No horse stays glued to the arena fence unless...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Introducing Troxel's New Logo

    Troxel Helmets brought the first ASTM approved equestrian helmet to market in 1992. Now after 27 years of being an industry leader in innovation, we’re transforming ourselves. Today we’re announcing our new Troxel logo. Our website, social media accounts and emails have already adopted this new aesthetic and soon all Troxel helmets will feature our new branding. Our design goal...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    How to Choose and Fit the Right Helmet

    Equestrian helmets are more popular than ever. Every year more riders are on the hunt for this new piece of equipment. With so many helmets to choose from, it can get a bit overwhelming! The team at Troxel has some great tips to help you find the right helmet: #1 Certification: helmets are subject to drops, sharp and blunt blows...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    3 Mistakes To Avoid When Getting Back in the Saddle: Guest Post by Julie Goodnight

    Troxel Athlete and Horse Master Julie Goodnight is the popular RFD-TV host of Horse Master airing Monday nights. Goodnight travels the USA sharing her no-nonsense horsemanship training with riders of all disciplines. Goodnight has ridden in many different saddles -- she's experienced in dressage and jumping, racing, reining, cow horse, colt-starting, and wilderness riding. Goodnight grew up on the hunter-jumper circuits...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    A 5 Step Plan to Overcoming Your Fear

    We consistently receive testimonials from riders expressing how challenging it is to get back in the saddle after an unnerving accident on their horse. How you begin to build your confidence after an accident always depends on your unique situation and your individual personality. It’s not easy to shake off your fear and get back to your routine. Horse Master Julie...
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