• Product Reviews

    Box 4 Equestrians Spring Box

    Hi friends! Today I have something SO fun to share! I’m sure you’ve heard of Box 4 Equestrians by now, but if you haven’t – it’s a new equestrian subscription box! Sort of. It’s slightly different than other subscription boxes, meaning you don’t have to buy every single one! If a box comes out and you aren’t exactly thrilled about whats in it, you don’t have to buy it! You can just wait for the next! To me – this is awesome! How cool is all of this?! If you were to purchase each item individually, it would cost you $114.95, not including shipping. The B4E Spring Box retails for…

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    How I use my Incrediwear Equine Hoof Circulation Socks

    I’ve been getting a lot of questions about my Incrediwear Equine Hoof Socks lately! Although the company was started in 2009, Incrediwear Equine is on the rise as one of the leading equine therapy companies. Personally, I think people are tired of the same old “therapy” product company that we’ve all been using for years. I love seeing new, innovative products – and Incrediwear brings just that! Before I dive into the product itself, I think it’s important to explain exactly what this product is and how it works. Incrediwear products are an “athletic fabric” impregnated with germanium. Not to be confused with the geranium plant, like I did. I…

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    Perri’s Leather Shipping Halter

    Hi friends! I have a fun product to talk to you about today! Introducing … the Perri’s Leather Shipping Halter! It’s no secret that West and I have kicked the 2019 show season into full gear already. Between showing and lessons at my trainer’s farm – we are traveling at least one to two times per week. Granted, these are 5-30 minute trips around Aiken, but still – protection and safety are so important to me! When I first bought West – I went all out. When he shipped, he had a halter with “fleecies” and I added the poll cap to the top. I called it his trailer hat.…

  • Product Reviews,  Travel

    Tucker Tweed Tryon Travel

    Hi friends! In my last post I told you all about my trip to Tryon International Equestrian Center! Today I want to share about one of my favorite products that I brought along with me! Appropriately named, the Tryon Travel bag by Tucker Tweed! In upcoming months, there will be an entire Tryon Travel series, but for right now, the duffle is the only bag available. Jill, the Tucker Tweed owner has shared her ideas for upcoming pieces with me, and they are going to be so incredible! The single duffle is perfect for overnights or short, weekend trips. I fit three pairs of breeches, four long sleeve sunshirts, a…

  • Product Reviews

    Ecolicious : Blinded by the White

    Calling all my fellow four sock owners! If you own a gray, or a horse with socks .. this post is for you! If you’ve got a surplus of chrome, you know that dirty socks are not only ugly, but they’re a health hazard as well. Scratches are nobody’s friend! I try to make it a habit to wash West’s four white socks at least twice a week, and even more so in the summer months. My usual go to is Dawn dish soap (don’t judge, it usually gets the job done) but I’ve been hearing so much about this brand “Ecolicious,” so I had to try their whitening shampoo.…

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    Sterling Essentials vs. Muddy Boots

    HI friends! Today I am very excited to share my first time using Sterling Essential products! I must admit … I really do not enjoy taking care of my tack. My tall boots are dirty 99% of the time, my bridles get cleaned maybe once every few months, and I try to do my saddle at least once a month. It’s something I’m trying to get better at. It’s time consuming, messy, and not to mention – I really don’t like my hands smelling like leather soap for two days afterwards. Today, I am hoping that Sterling Essentials will change that! I’ll start off by showing you what I ordered!…

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    American Equus Hunter/Eq Fillis Review

    Hi friends! I wanted my first product review to be a company near and dear to my heart, American Equus! When West had to retire from jumping, I made the decision to switch to dressage full time. This meant all new tack. My old American Equus Elite stirrups ‘could’ have worked for the dressage ring, but since they’re black – I wanted something a little more traditional. I reached out to my friend David, CEO of American Equus, and he helped me find the perfect pair for the sandbox! I went with the Hunter/Eq Fillis iron, and BOY do I love them. I was nervous about the thinner footbed, as…