It’s no secret that we love Ariat here at The Farm House. In this guide, we cover everything you need to know about the Ariat Ascent line, along with some great options to consider for your own riding wardrobe.
Horse show fashion has definitely come a long way since then and classic wool coats eventually transitioned into lighter tech lite materials and most recently mesh fabric. In this post, I’m going to dive into why mesh coats are becoming so popular, the different styles and price points, and how to choose the right one for you.
A Kimberwick bit is useful for a pony that is more difficult to control, but it must be used with care and expertise since it’s easy to accidentally cause harm to the horse. Let’s look at Kimberwicks in-depth.
I’m going to let y’all in on a little secret about me… I pretty much just look at the sun and end up getting sunburnt. It has been the kryptonite for this Wisconsinite (now turned North Carolinian) but I’ve learned how to survive… and dare I even say enjoy… those sunny summer months! So here are my top 5 ways to beat the sun as a rider!
Wooden trunks with chrome trim and custom colors are on the wish list of probably every competitive rider. Rich wooden tones, beautifully stained with hand crafted attention to detail. The bandage storage inset right in the trunk lid, the handy sliding tray and grooming tote that doubles as a saddle stand.
Summer is undoubtedly one of the best times of year for equestrians. No school, long sunny days, and of course… Horse shows!! But with all the fun, brings some seriously hot weather which can put you and your horse at risk! Have you ever wondered if there's a point where it's too hot to ride? Read up on some tips and tricks to keep your horse comfortable this season!