Dressage Helmets

When choosing a helmet, dressage riders want the latest in innovations and safety without sacrificing their individual style. Dark conservative colors with a touch of bling are often seen, as well as fun pops of color. Regardless of your taste, we have a helmet that will suit you!

How to Measure Your Head for a Riding Helmet

Wearing a helmet is an important safety precaution for horse riding because the purpose of a helmet is to protect your head in the case of an accident. Head trauma is a leading cause of fatality in horseback riding accidents. Wearing a horse riding helmet, one that fits you properly, significantly decreases your chances of a head injury.

Measure Your Head

How to Measure for an English Saddle

Your saddle is the connection between you and your horse. An improperly-fitting saddle can make your ride uncomfortable and can cause sores to develop on your horse. When selecting a saddle, you want to choose one that is suitable to your riding discipline and is a good fit for both you and your horse. An English saddle is a bit different from Western saddles, so it’s important to know the proper way to measure and fit one. This guide will provide you with the information you need to measure an English saddle for an optimal riding position for comfort and effectiveness.

Measure for a Saddle

The Ultimate Saddle Pad Guide

A good, well-fitting saddle pad can dramatically increase the comfort of your horse. English saddle pads are available in many different shapes, designs, and materials, so how do you know which is right for your horse? In this guide, we will share the different kinds of saddle pads, how to choose the right one for your horse, and some great options that our customers rave about.

Saddle Pad Guide

Dressage Bridles

Dressage tack is traditionally black and bridles normally feature crank nosebands and flashes. When you reach the upper levels sometimes a double bridle is recommended for advanced horses and movements. But for everyday schooling and lower-level showing, a simple snaffle bridle is all you will need. Bridles come in a variety of styles, both plain and with bling to suit your taste.

How to Put Together an English Bridle

Another great question we get all the time is “How do I put my bridle together? I just cleaned it and have NO idea how to put it back together!”

With so many types of bridles on the market nowadays, it can be even more confusing than ever... but who better to give you a tutorial than someone who has spent countless days pulling bridles apart and then putting them back together again.

Put Together a Bridle