Ranch work is your livelihood. You work hard and take care of the land. You invest in the tradition that those who came before you established. You work livestock to support your family and for future generations. You are a vital part of economies and rural development around the world!
With the recent influx of bamboo products into the equine industry, including Weaver Leather’s EcoLuxe™ Bamboo Gear, it’s brought to life an important question: Is bamboo tack everything it claims to be?
When improving upon products or creating something new, Professional’s Choice has always followed the adage set forth by the founder Dal Scott—the more comfortable the horse, the better the performance.
Team Weaver’s Lisa Gentile explains how to fit and use a pulling breast collar. Follow along in the video as Lisa explains how to attach the uptugs to the pommel of the saddle, placement of the main breast collar piece, and proper adjustment of the girth connector strap.
Depending on the terrain and the conditions, as well as how long you plan to be on your horse, trail riding can be physically demanding on both you and your horse.
Your performance horse’s legs carry you to accomplish all of your riding goals, from reining to cutting, working cow horse to roping. It makes sense that protecting your horse’s legs through every slide, spin and turn tops your list of concerns.
As horse owners, we have a big responsibility when it comes to taking care of our equine partners. The equipment that we choose has a significant impact on their safety, comfort, and well-being.
When it comes to your cinch, you want one that is safe, durable and comfortable for your horse. You want your horse to be protected against chafing or pinching, and you want your saddle to remain securely in place.
Sponsored by Weaver Leather For horseman Ken McNabb, when he starts thinking about saddling his horse, the most important…