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How to make a wither tracing

How to make a wither tracing

Whether you’re on the hunt for a new saddle or are sending your saddle off to be fitted, knowing how to make a wither tracing is a useful skill. Fortunately, the process isn’t complicated, and you don’t need a lot of equipment. You’ll need: Flexible […]

Saddle fitting basics

Saddle fitting basics

A couple of weeks ago, I was at a horse show with a couple of friends. A woman I’d never met before approached me to ask if I worked at The Horse of Course. I told her I did, and she smiled and said, “Great! […]

Stray observations from US Dressage Finals

Stray observations from US Dressage Finals

I had a fun week in Lexington at US Dressage Finals! I said hello to JenJ, Jen of Cob Jockey, and Karen, as well as a plethora of customers I’ve seen throughout the year at shows. Some stray observations from the event: Dressage people really […]

A day in the life

A day in the life

A couple of years ago, I posted about what my day to day routine looked like. Lots has changed since then, and I thought it might be fun to see what my day to day looks like now! 7:00 AM: Fibit’s silent vibration alarm goes […]

DR 120: dressing for dressage

DR 120: dressing for dressage

When I began working at The Horse of Course, I didn’t imagine I would become a de facto technical delegate and spend time advising competitors on what they can and cannot wear in USEF sanctioned competitions. However, I find myself re-reading DR 120 at least […]