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Horse Keeping - Saddle Pads
Choosing the right saddle pad begins by looking at the practical details of fit and intended use.

Horse Management - Get a Grip on Chicago Screws
There isn't a more disconcerting feeling than realizing that your reins have become disengaged from your western bit because the Chicago screws have come undone.

Horse Management - Summer Sweat
Now that summer weather is in full force, make sure that you are treating the effects of summer time sweat.

Horse Keeping - Real Benefits of Synthetic Tack
Available in a wide array of styles, with as many accessories as colors, synthetic tack is long-lasting, low-maintenance and relatively inexpensive.

Active Ingredients
What's in your saddle soap?

Tack Cleaning Tips
Protect your investment. A little maintenance can go a long way to keep your tack in good condition.

Latigo Strings: Tie One On
Add Latigo Strings to Make Your Western Saddle Trail Ready

It's a Cinch
Finding the Right Fit for Your Horse

Five Tips to Choose a Halter
Find the right halter for training, turnout and transporting your horse.

Find the Right Riding Helmet
Shopping tips for purchasing this essential piece of equestrian equipment.

Gear up for Horse Ownership
A guide to the items you and your horse will need to get started together.

Horse Camp Safety
Heading to horse camp this summer? Here are some tips to stay safe and make the most of your time at camp.

Online Tack and Horse Equipment Guide
Expand your equestrian vocabulary with our dictionary of tack terms.

Horse Showing - Tack Advice for the Show-Ring
We asked two nationally respected judges what kind of picture they like to see from riders showing in front of them.

How to Fit a Halter for Showmanship
Attention to detail, such as a clean, well-fitted halter, will help you score points with the judge in showmanship classes.

Video: Pre-Ride Safety Check
Start your ride off safely by doing a routine check of your horse's tack.

Western Horse Training - Bit Advice
Take a moment to understand that piece of equipment in your horse???s mouth, and learn how to select the best bit for comfortable, effective communication.

Stacy Westfall: Saddling Comfort for Your Horse
Each month, Stacy Westfall offers a new horsemanship tip for Horse Illustrated readers.

Western Horse Training - Graduating Your Western Horse From Snaffle to Curb Bit
The key to a smooth and successful transition to the curb bit is to have your horse supple and responsive to the snaffle bit first.

Western Horse Training - The Vaquero Way
Trainer Sheila Varian explains the methodical development of a finely tuned bridle horse.

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