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Reviewing Necessary Equipment for Riding Horses
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Reviewing Necessary Equipment for Riding Horses

There is a certain freedom that comes from the feelings experienced from riding a horse. It occurs whether you are riding for sport, pleasure, or a combination of both. To be successful in riding the horse, you must have the proper equipment. This is to make sure your ride is safe for you and comfortable for the horse. There are many extras that can be utilized so that the horse remains comfortable during your ride whether you are in a field or traveling on the road. This can make all the difference in the world to both the horse and the rider. When you can take the time to outfit properly with the right horse riding equipment, it is a way to gain the most benefits during the ride.

What type of horse riding equipment that will be necessary is dependent upon what kind of riding you are going to do. You can use equipment at a horse show that will be different from the equipment required for a nice daily ride. When you plan to ride for a day trip you should make sure that you have a halter, saddle, lead rope, saddle blanket, bridle, saddle bags, and a cinch. This will have the horse well outfitted so he can offer you several hours of travel time. As an owner you can also take comfort in knowing you aren’t subjecting the animal to any injuries such as rope burns when you have him tied to a tree while resting.

The right equipment for riding a horse isn’t limited to the items you simply place directly on the horse. Some of these items that should be included is an emergency back-up shoe for the horse. You should also include plenty of insect repellent as they can be bothered the same way that humans can be. A first aid kit should also contain elastic bandages, gauze tape that is large, and antibiotic ointment. This will be handy in the event you or your horse sustains a minor injury. This will help you have an excellent ride for not only you to enjoy, but the horse as well.

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  1. liz48170
    I do not see proper saftey head gear for the rider mentioned
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