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by Brianna Lozano, Hunter/Jumper/Equitation Rider and Stanbridge Associate In numerous, if not most, disciplines in the equestrian world use protective gear on their large companions and furthermore, every equestrian cares for the well being of their horse. That is why stanbridge is happy to be carrying Veredus equine boots! A company dedicated to using the latest impact technology and ingenuity, veredus combine both comfort and protection in their equine boots giving them a minimalistic appearance in horse performance while providing maximum comfort. Protect the Legs: Whether you're a show jumper, dressage, or a pleasure rider, horses will experience stress and...
In recent years, the equestrian world of competition has become less of a uniform based attire to something a rider can make their own and let others in the community know who they are. While tradition is very important in this sport that has been around for centuries, it is just as important to stay true to your own identity and having the freedom to be yourself. ManeJane Spur Straps are an up and coming personalized touch to your equestrian attire and are growing in popularity due to the simplicity of the personalization that allows riders to remain traditional while adding their statement to their show attire.
How many times have you heard the phrase “You're not a real rider till you can’t remember how many times you've fallen out of the saddle”? In nearly every sport, athletes are subject to injury, yet in riding it seems to be that head injuries are one of the most common due to the nature of the sport and the ability to fall from 6ft in the air. That's why helmets are crucial to protecting the rider and allowing the rider to continue riding.
In a sport where elegance meets precision and grit, equestrians require riding gear that meets and exceeds such characteristics in a new age of competition. While helmets remain the main priority for safety, boots should not be so easily dismayed as the majority of our sport realize the ability to control and work with our legs.