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The County™ Spiral Crop in bold colors is fun, durable and economical.
With the Read-Along Coloring Book series, youngsters experience the adventures of Kate and Reed as they color in the illustrations and read the captions. Entertaining and educational.
Kensington Shipping Boots feature durable and attractive Textilene® mesh over a protective inner foam core with hollow fiberfill to absorb vibration. Constructed with nylon linings, heavy-duty hook-and-loop closures and vinyl heel protectors, these plaid shipping boots are designed for to be both comfortable and long-wearing.
Passier® Corona II is built on Passier's synthetic tree with a deep seat and moderate thigh supports. Grippy calf leather, anatomic knee rolls for added comfort and Freedom Panels for horse comfort.
Fun for daily riding, the Roma® Glitter Hand Bat has a sparkly shaft and a hand-shaped popper.
The Herm Sprenger Sensogan® Show Jumping Bit has an 18mm mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings. This show jumping bit features a Sensogan mouthpiece that encourages salivation and promotes bit acceptance.
The popular Vespucci Double Raised Bridle offers excpetional horse comfort with soft padding and a single crown design that reduces pressure on the poll. The attractive double raised styling of the nose and brow create a sophisticated, yet timeless look. Reins sold separately.
The Dynamic RS Pelham Bit by Herm Sprenger combines an ergonomically-formed curved 16mm mouthpiece made of Aurigan ®. This mouth helps promote bit acceptance.
Colorful, durable—and fun! This Perri's Beta and Cotton Breakaway Halter features an easily replaceable breakaway tab. Styled with a single buckle crown and snap throat.
Designed specifically for a horse with a short back and sprung ribcage, the E.A. Mattes Crescent Slim-Line Short Girth with Detachable Cover won't push forward into the horse's elbows. The crescent shape also allows room for the elbows and helps eliminate galling.
In buffalo leather for durability and grip, this Dover Saddlery Single Flap Dressage Saddle features single flap construction for an extremely close contact feel. It has a non-restrictive feel for the rider with its medium-deep seat and narrow twist. It’s built on a wooden spring tree and has a wide channel, flocked panels and double “V” billeting system.
How to Raise Horses, a book backed by the National FFA Organization, delivers all the information needed to raise and train horses. Written by the brother-sister duo and 4-H alumni Samantha and Daniel Johnson, this freshly updated second edition guide walks the reader through all the basics on health care, breeding, housing, exercise, feed, nutrition and raising foals.
The Thorowgood® T4 High withers All-Purpose Saddle offers a near custom fit. This easy-care, lightweight, synthetic saddle is great for cross-discipline riding. Synthetic leather flaps provide durability and weather-resistance. It's equipped with the Thorowgood changeable gullet system for versatility in fit.
The Circuit Premier Monoflap Event Saddle offers the cross country rider security without restriction. It has a medium-deep seat, large external front blocks and medium-sized external rear blocks. The covered leather flaps have stick and the seat features full-grain grippy leather for hold. The monoflap design ensures a close feel.
Collective Remarks by Anne Gribbons, world-renown dressage judge and former U.S. Olympic coach, is a look back on her journey through the American dressage evolution since she entered the scene in 1972. This dressage book contains the best and worst of Anne’s experiences, serving as an entertaining source of history, funny anecdotes, attempts to learn from dressage’s past and prophesies about its future.