With details that it make it more comfortable for your horse, the Vespucci Jumper Breastplate with Running Attachment is an excellent choice. It's padded at chest yoke and over withers. Double elastic on shoulders increases range of motion. Stainless steel hardware at yoke is positioned to prevent chafing and rubbing.
The Vespucci Plain Raised Standing Martingale is designed by Peter Menet and is fully adjustable at neck and girth for a comfortable fit. A perfect match with other Vespucci bridles.
Fully adjustable around the neck and girth, the Vespucci Running Martingale complements Vespucci bridles and other bridlework as well.
Used by the best in Europe, Vienna Lunge Reins are gaining popularity in the U.S. They encourage the horse to round and release his back, working in a classically correct manner to develop properly.
The Walsh 50' Lunge Line is made to last in top quality, 1" wide ribbed cotton webbing. This extra-long lunge line has a brass trigger snap with reinforced leather and a hand loop. Proudly made in the USA.
The Walsh 50' Lunge Line with Chain is proudly made in the USA with high quality ribbed cotton webbing. The chain on this extra-long lunge line is made of solid brass and reinforced at the end with leather.
Walsh™ Leather Dog Bone Side Reins feature high quality leather and Italian rubber "dog bone" inserts. A nylon insert over the rubber prevents too much give. Adjusts from 41" to 46" inches.
Walsh™ Rope Front Draw Reins features nautical grade nylon rope fronts with leather hand grips. These draw reins come with a girth loop for use with girths that don't have a center dee ring.
Waterford Spur with large solid spheres to help prevent rubs. Stainless steel. Approx. 1 1/8" neck.
The Wellington Five-Point Competition Breastplate features the popular 5-point attachment for optimal fit and comfort. Made of premium quality bridle leather that only gets better with time.
When Two Spines Align: Dressage Dynamics by Beth Baumert details practical ways riders can learn to harness the balance, energies and forces at play when they’re in the saddle. Readers will discover how to use “positive tension” and the four physical “Powerlines”—Vertical, Connecting, Spiraling, and Visual—to become balanced and effective in the saddle. 248 pages.