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  •  December 09, 2021

    SHARE THE LOVE HELMET PHOTO CONTEST

    The Share The Love Photo Contest is over. Thank you to those who participated. Winners will be notified 3/13/12. February has us feeling the love. The object of our affection? Our loyal fans. Our new line up of helmets this Spring are so comfortable you have to try them on for yourself! So we decided to give away some helmets...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Resistance to Canter: Guest Post by Julie Goodnight

    Troxel Athlete and Horse Master Julie Goodnight has more than a quarter-century of horse training experience. Her varied background ranges from dressage and jumping to racing, reining, colt-starting, and wilderness riding. Her training and teaching techniques are frequent features of Horse & Rider, The Trail Rider and America's Horse and she makes frequent appearances at horse expos, conferences and clinics.Julie...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    On-Trail Survival Guide

    Story by Heidi Nyland, Julie Goodnight Avoid worst-case scenarios with these safety tips from respected trainer Julie Goodnight If your horse braces against the cinch, consider tightening his cinch in increments so he doesn't flinch and tense then relax and loosen the pressure later on. Even if you haven't had a big wreck with your horse, you've imagined what...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Checking Your Gear: 5 Tips To Ride Safe

    Checking your gear is an important part of preparing for a safe ride. As you think about all of the trails you want to explore, the competitions you plan to compete in and the skills you want to practice and improve on, we should not only evaluate our horse and tack but our riding apparel as well, specifically our...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    The Top 10 Helmet Facts & Myths of Horseback Riding

    Facts Horseback riders have the same number of injury accidents* as motorcycle riders Because the hospital admission rate for injured riders (0.49/1000 hours) is greater than motorcycle riding (0.14/1000 hours), football and skiing, it is definitely considered a high-risk activity. Read more about this study in the The Equestrian Medical Safety Association (EMSA) Spring, 2010 Newsletter. Your horse doing something...
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