Organize Your Tack Trunk

From choosing the right trunk, keeping the inside organized, and the most efficient method for cleaning, I’m hoping to culminate all the tips in this blog post. Unless you have a custom, wooden trunk, as an eventer who trailers herself to shows and often shows out of my trailer, I wheel my entire trunk form barn to all of my competitions. Organization is key, as … Continue reading Organize Your Tack Trunk

The White Western Boots

I’d wanted a pair of white cowboy boots for, what seemed like forever, in reality it was probably about 14-months. But, my taste and budget didn’t seem to line up until I finally punched in my card for these by Sam Edlemen. I wouldn’t go walk through the barn in these. The leather is very soft, but they were comfortable to party in and I’ve … Continue reading The White Western Boots

Budgeting – Quick Tip

I could write a novel on financial literacy. I mean after riding, I am a full-time accountant. But interestingly enough I decided to share a little tip on budgeting from Pinterest. Apparently, while I share 99% equestrian and style content on Pinterest, the audience is 4x more likely to click on financial pins versus the majority of other Pinterest users. Who knew?! So I thought … Continue reading Budgeting – Quick Tip

Equestrian Looks for Less

Free Ride Riding Tights // Quilted Seater from Amazon// UltraLite Top from Old Navy The Fall competition season is here, which means my budget is stretched already, so updating my wardrobe is the lowest priority. But, that doesn’t mean we have to do without! I’ve pulled some of my favorite looks for less. I love finding off-brand athletic wear and have a few brands whose … Continue reading Equestrian Looks for Less