Tack, Equipment & Products

Temporary Tack Emergency Halter Repair Kit

Four Footed Essentials of Midway, Ky. has developed Temporary Tack, a kit that includes sized, color-coded sections that can be used to repair broken halters in emergency situations.


Designed for use on all types of livestock, Temporary

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Draper Equine Therapy Saddle Pad

Draper Equine Therapy has been given the nod of confidence by a member of the five-part Canadian Eventing Team headed for the Olympics this August.



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Grooming Products

Good management is as important as good products when caring for your horse’s coat, mane, and tail.

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False Giveaway Ads a Cover for Saddle Theft

It wasn’t a hoax or revenge that cost a Southern Oregon man many of his belongings when people responded to a Craigslist posting and nearly emptied his rural home, officers say: It was a pair of thieves covering their tracks.

Jackson County

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“Sour Gas” Blamed for Horse Illness

Horses owned by the Thurston family of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, were exposed to a gas leak from a sour oil facility four months ago, and family members say the livestock still have not recovered, according to an article on

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Ergonomic Tack

How do you choose the tack that is comfortable for your horse and helps him remain healthy?

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What’s New in Horse Trailers

The majority of newer trailer features deal with improved construction, safety, convenience, and economy–the practical stuff–as well as amenities and purchasing options.

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MacKinnon Ice Horse Boots Evendura Wrap

The First+Ice inserts remain cold at therapeutic levels for up to two hours, while the horse eats or rests comfortably in his stall. As the legs remain dry, there is no risk of skin irritation or bacterial, fungal and hoof.

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Seasonal Tack Touch-Ups

Saddles wear out more from neglect than use.


The days will soon begin to get longer and the riding bug will start to bite–it’s almost time to dust off your saddle and deep clean your furry beast of a horse. But will

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25 Years of Medicine

Reflecting upon the last 25 years in equine veterinary medicine, it is difficult to limit the list of changes to a single page. Since The Horse has done an excellent job of educating horse owners about diagnostic and therapeutic advances in

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Ariat Dally and Latigo Boots for Men

Ariat International, Inc., announces the introduction of two performance leather sole boots–Latigo and Dally for men. The two styles combine Ariat’s performance technology with authentic, handcrafted Butyl-treated leather soles. Unlike conventional

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Performance Evaluation of Western Saddle Pads

The local tack shop has them in all shapes, sizes, and colors, and they are an essential part of every horse’s tack–the saddle pad. Lately, interest in the equine industry has lead to an increase in the manufacturing of technologically advanced

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