SheepsWool vs. Sheepskin

Sheepskin…it is definitely becoming a ‘thing’... again, but why? Whether it is sensitive skin, a previous wound or a unique shaped leg prone to rubs, some horses just need that extra comfort. But why can’t we have SheepsWool without seeing all that bushy stuff?! ...

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Horses are Remarkably Adaptable Creatures

We are excited to have our first blog post from Vanessa Bartsch, Head Coach of the Stanford University Equestrian Team. Last year Vanessa and the team were faced with quite the conundrum, and we were happy to be a part of the solution. Read on to learn more! In 2005...

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Young Riders, Rejoice: There is Life After Your Junior Years!

“Amateur.” This dreaded term strikes fear into the eyes of many junior riders come November. Thoughts of perhaps fading away from the show-ring spotlight, the pressure of young adulthood, and questioning life’s next steps, all pile on top of this pivotal turning point...

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Week Wrap Up

As we head into the busy fall/indoor season, Team EquiFit has been racking up wins on both coasts, and across the pond. Congratulations to all and keep it up! * Team USA, including EquiFit users McLain Ward and Katie Dinan, won the Furusiyya Nations Cup Consolation...

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Wins, Wins and More Wins!

A BIG congratulations to all EquiFit riders who had a tremendous of weekend of showing: * Kent Farrington took top honors in the $50,000 Hermes Classic aboard Willow, at the American Gold Cup. Darragh Kenny placed 2nd aboard Prof de la Roque. * The day before, Darragh...

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Championship Week at HITS Saugerties 2013

This week, HITS Saugerties played host to a bevy of intense competition: The Zoetis $1 Million Grand Prix, the $500,000 Diamond Mills Hunter Prix, the $250,000 Hunter Prix Final, and the USHJA Child/Adult Amateur Jumper Regional Championship. There was a lot of...

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