Getting Tack, and Tack Information

how to hack up a horse (grooming video is on page Grooming a Horse): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-DTTjhcDBQ (this isn’t me)

How to tack up a horse: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-saddle-a-horse-3 (this isn’t me)

Horse Tack:

These two saddles are the two most common saddles for horse back riding.

This is a English saddle,                            This is a Western saddle,                

This is the parts of the Western saddle:               This is the parts of the English saddle:

                                

This is a English Bridle on a horse:                                            This is a Western Bridle on a horse:                                                                                 

Parts of English Bridle:                                                       Parts of Western Bridle:

                                                              

(for the pictures just look it up on Google, Bing, or yahoo pictures)

Horse Tack and Equine Equipment :

Getting horse tack: These are websites for buying horse tack:http://www.smartpakequine.com/  http://www.statelinetack.com/ http://www.chicksaddlery.com/ http://www.horsetackco.com/

http://www.buytack.com/index.html http://www.crazyhorsetack.com/  http://www.doversaddlery.com/default.asp

Discover the many tools of the trade in the horse business. With literally hundreds of choices in thehorse tack and equipment industry, these resources will help educate you on what tack will be best for your needs. Get advice on horse blankets,saddles,riding boots and apparel, horse shoes and much more. Horse tack is all the equipment that comes with owning a horse. The bridle, saddle, bit, girths, cinches, saddle pads, lead ropes, halters, whips, stirrup irons and stirrup leathers, horse boots, and most other horse equipment are tack.Equine Training and Trainers:        Almost every horse will need the more basic horse training to tolerate regular recreational riding. If you plan to enter eventing shows that require jumping or cutting, your horse may require additional training from a professional horse trainer. A experienced trainer can also help correct behavioral problems, like rearing and bolting while riding. We have put together some helpful resources including training tips and a list of trainers organized by specialty.        Horse Tack and Equine Equipment:         Discover the many tools of the trade in the horse business. With literally hundreds of choices in the horse tack and equipment industry, these resources will help educate you on what tack will be best for your needs. Get advice on horse blanketssaddles,riding boots and apparel, horse shoes and much more.            PS. sorry if the pictures(if they aren’t there!)

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