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Clip your horse like a pro
Are you tired of sitting for hours and waiting for your horse to dry off after riding? Then maybe you should consider whether it might be time to clip your horse. Most people cut their horse for the first time before the winter coat has gotten too thick, which is usually around October. Then the horse gets a chance to get used to it before it gets too cold outside. In order not to disturb the natural hair shedding, you should not cut your horse later than January.
Horse brushes and stable fittings from Kentucky's Grooming Deluxe series. The products are based on Claudia Weber's expertise together with fantastic riders and horses. The stable accessories are made of natural materials such as bamboo, which is good for both horse and environment. The products are light but very durable. The horse brushes from the Grooming Deluxe series are handmade and anatomically designed for the best comfort for both the user and the horse.
Warm tendons and cool protection
What risk do tight leg protection pose to the tendons, and does it make a difference if you choose ventilated ones? That's a question we're asking ourselves. Is it true that if the tendon's temperature exceeds 46-48 degrees, it's at risk of breaking down? If that's the case, we need to consider it carefully. While it's natural to question whether to use leg protection at all, once we've thought it through and determined it's appropriate, the next step is to consider which type to select.