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Local tack repair pro Susan Akins answers the question: “How should I take care of my tack?” The answer is really simple and true for both english and western tack. Visit our site to learn more.
By Kim Gates, certified saddle fitter 706-400-9981; firstname.lastname@example.org As a saddle fitter I see saddles and strap goods in all kinds of condition. How you care for your tack has a direct impact on how long your tack will last. Taking care of your tack… Read More »Tack Cleaning Hacks
Ask A Pro: Stacey McCoy “How do I teach my dog barn and trail manners so we can enjoy being outside together? Last year Stacey McCoy got a German Shepard puppy and I was impressed with how quickly the dog developed manners and horse smarts.” For… Read More »Taking Your Dog to The Barn
How you care for your tack has a direct impact on how long your tack will last. Taking care of your tack is also a safety concern and the cleaner you keep your tack the more times you are inspecting it. Here is a short list of things you can do.
This month our Ask-A-Pro submission was about healthy hooves and nutrition. So we turned to Cathy Micali at Athens Equus. Click to read about using nutrition to improve your horse’s hooves.
We love our 4 legged pals – horses and dogs included! Click to read tips from Athens local Stacey McCoy to help make your trip to the barn with your dog more enjoyable.