To use Coolcore® blankets and neck wraps when wet, simply wet it, wring out excess water, and snap it in the air to initiate the rapid cooling process. The patented Hyper Evaporative Cooling process will cool up to 30% below skin temperature effectively keeping your horse cool on even the hottest days
English, eventing, and dressage disciplines are several examples where a back cinch is not needed (and for these specifically, not even an option). Other events where riders may choose to opt out of having a back cinch can include barrel racing, reining, trail riding, and western pleasure.
With winter weather approaching fast, you may be wondering, should I blanket my horse? Now, the blanket debate is huge in the horse industry, but as any professional horseman will tell you, there are benefits to both and the decision should be made based on several factors.
We understand that there is a debate in the horse world whether to blanket or not to blanket. To that notion, we suggest that you know your horse best and should make a decision to blanket your horse based on their age, breed, body condition, climate and work level.
One of the most essential pieces of tack a horse owner can have is a cinch. But let’s face it, many horse owners aren’t aware of how to measure their horse for a cinch, or how important it is to buy the correct size. In this article, we will help you navigate how to measure your horse for the perfect sized new cinch!
Let’s face it, when it comes to leading and handling your horse, a halter is the first and sometimes only safety feature. Having a halter that is durable and is both safe for handlers and comfortable for horses are important considerations when purchasing a halter.