Middleburg, Virginia: “Shop & Dressage Until You Drop”

For those who have not been on social media for the prior two weeks, I am finally in one of my favorites towns with my two best, make that three best mates counting Huckle! After holding out on PTO, I took the complete week off of work so that I could lesson with one of [...]

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Lexington, KY & the Kentucky Horse Park

Competing at the Kentucky Horse Park? Travelling to Lexington, Kentucky? I’ve included my travel guide of things to know before hauling your horses to the horse park and activities and restaurants you must see while visiting! Early morning view while walking the cross-country course The Horse Park! Pulling into the Horse Park, whether you are [...]

Ariat Fall Preview & Favorites

Sharing my Fall preview and favorite Ariat picks! Ariat has been a favorite and trusted brand from childhood, so long ago! I have a few sun shirts and jackets in my closet that after several years are still fan favorites. The fit and quality is genuine. So here are my new Fall 2019 favorites! Click [...]

My go-to schooling breeches

I shared in a previous post that I ride in a lot of Equine Couture breeches. They are my go-to. First, they are at a great price point. Second, they fit me. THird, they come in different colors (especially darker tones) that come horse snot and dirt! I am excited to partner with Breeches.com who [...]

Schooling Breeches Under $100

I ran a poll from my Instagram recently, and a majority of the responses told me that for every-day schooling breeches the price preferences were under $100. My schooling breeches are prices similarly. I have a few splurges for competition breeches and some for a clinic, but for the every-day I want a comfortable, light [...]

Chic & Practical Musts on Competition Weekend

There are numerous check-lists for what you need to bring for your horse to the horse-show. Some people make their own checklists. I wrote a blog post a few months ago on how I pack my trunk. Linked HERE. But, what about for yourself? Other than show-clothes, I use to pack so, so much. Because [...]

My Grooming Bag

Over the years from working-student gigs, over a decade of competing in the hunters to eventing, and now so many grey horses later I've accumulated some must have's in my grooming bag. Carr & Day & Martin, Horse Canter Mane & Tail Conditioner Spray, 20.3 oz This conditioner is magic and so great for the [...]

Transitional Weather – Equestrian Style

In the south this end of February to Early April weather is so confusing. You will start the morning bundled in your largest Mountain-Horse Puffer Jacket, and by 4PM it's a t-shirt. I've just learned that this type of weather has a name, "transitional weather." So while Spring styles are coming out, I thought I'd [...]