Riding Helmets when on a horse
Riding helmets are perhaps the most essential piece of riding equipment that there is. Horse riding is a dangerous sport, and it is possible – or in fact likely – that you will fall off your horse on more than one occasion.

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Types of Riding Helmets
There are two main types of riding helmets: fixed peak hats and skull caps. Skull caps are domed helmets, which are usually worn with a hat silk. fixed peak hats are usually coated in blue or black velvet and have the peak as part of of riding helmet.

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Horses
Many horse owners and horse riders struggle to find a useful equestrian shop that meets their needs. They require stores that address their needs for leisurewear and riding apparel, as well as clothing and saddles for their horses, and stable equipment.

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About Equestrian

Laminitis & Founder are both terms that refer to rotation of the coffin bone and/or swelling and inflammation of the hoof capsule. The common cause of this disease is excess sugar in the diet. Because horses are classified as non-ruminant herbivores, their digestive tract is adapted to digesting small, high fiber meals. The horse digests its food through continuous fermentation in the cecum and colon. Horses have no gall bladder to aid in digestion of food like humans. The gall bladder dumps digestive fluids into the stomach to help breakdown food faster. That means the horse may have difficulty completely and properly digesting large meals of hay and grains. When the digestive tract is overloaded and becomes out of naturally intended balance, that is when laminitis and other hoof ailments can occur.
Horses

Hoof Quality

Pasturing a Horse