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Equestrian Blog

  • April 24, 2019

CHA Podcast: Choosing a Helmet, Clipping 101 and Horse’s Coat, Mane and Tail

Troxel Brand Manager, Jenny Beverage teamed up with Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) and Horse Radio Network to talk, what else, helmets! In the episode, Jenny shares her top tips on what to look for when purchasing a helmet. Tip #1: Above all else, make sure your helmet is ASTM/SEI certified. Then CHA Certified Instructor Keli Wakeley guides listeners on clipping your horse and...

  • March 25, 2019

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...

  • August 24, 2018

#WhatTheHelmet Your Next Goal

“After having my head shaved and four screws inserted into my skull, I quickly realized that I would look cooler in a helmet than I did leaving the hospital! The outpouring of support has been amazing!  I constantly hear from fans that they were afraid to wear a helmet for fear of being judged by their peers and that I...

  • June 25, 2018

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...

  • June 25, 2018

Ride Yourself Out of Rough Spots- Guest Post by Julie Goodnight

Think Forward: Ride Yourself Out of Rough Spots When was the last time you felt a lack of control while riding your horse, even if only for a moment? Was he spooked? Did your horse freak out because the other horses took off? During a tantrum your horse threw about leaving his herd mate? In the moment of panic—let’s say...