Tack & Gear

Tom Balding 'Advantage' Bits

The beautifully crafted Advantage Bit Line by Tom Balding Bits & Spurs is designed with a heavier 3/8-inch satin finish stainless material in both 8 1/4-inch long shank and a 7-inch short shank. Advantage combinations are offered with standard mouthpieces without copper. This affordable line holds true to the quality and superior craftsmanship that has set Tom Balding Bits & Spurs above all others.

For anyone born with the horse-crazy gene, the tack room is ground zero. This isn’t just a place to park the saddle. This is the room where riders lay out their plans, craft their goals, and visualize their dreams all amid the trappings that help make it happen.

Head injuries are the most common reason for admission to hospital or death among riders. Sobering statistics reveal the high percentage of equine-related accidents resulting in traumatic brain injury, and helmets have been associated with reducing the risk of traumatic brain injury by as much as 50 percent. Yet many riders still do not wear a helmet.

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Proper care for your turnout sheets and blankets - Turnout sheets and blankets are essential when it comes to keeping your horse dry and comfortable in the pasture. They repel water, but are also breathable and allow your horse to handle temperature changes. As spring (mud season!) is rolling around the corner, make sure you are properly caring for your turnout blankets and sheets to ensure the best performance and the most longevity.

What are the Differences?

By Jochen Schleese, CMS, CSFT, CSE

Summerside Tack & Equestrian Wear, Rambo Micklem Bridle, equestrian tack shop

At Summerside Tack & Equestrian Wear in Comox, BC, their passion is providing customers with quality tack and products designed for the horse first. They are riders, horse owners, and tack nerds themselves, so they understand the needs of horses and riders, and have the expertise to answer questions and help their patrons find the right products.

therapeutic tools horse riders, Tania Millen, Hawley Bennett-Awad, Revitavet, Ceramic horse blankets, Wendy MacCoubrey, horse therapy

Therapeutic tools have been used to prevent and treat horse injuries for many years, but cutting edge therapies continue to be sought out by riders to improve their horse’s health and performance. Twenty years ago, the technology of the day for icing the legs of Olympic and World Championship level event horses was giant rubber boots filled with ice water attached to noisy pumps that burbled bubbles up through the boots

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