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Equestrian Essentials: How to Protect Your Tack from Wear and Tear?

By Little Fields Farm 29 days ago 2119 Views

Most new horse riders are very attentive to their horse’s health. Yet, they make grievous mistakes when it comes to the horse gear they have bought. With time this negligence turns fine polished leather into dried lacklustre sheets of skin.

Inquiring Equestrians: Why Do You Need A Saddle Pad?

By Little Fields Farm 3 months ago 1148 Views

Initially, the saddle pad was a mere saddle blanket. It was used to prevent the leather-bound saddles from getting dirty and sweaty. This is because saddles that were made of leathers were highly expensive. The material often got worn down due to the harmful environmental factors like dust and humidity.

DIY Equine Rug Washing: A Step By Step Guide to Ensuring Its Good Condition

By Little Fields Farm 1 years ago 2772 Views

With winters soon to be upon us, it is almost time to take our blankets and winter clothing out. The idea of feeling warm and cosy under a blanket appeals everyone. And when we say everyone, we mean everyone from your family members to your pets. The population of people who own a horse in Australia or UK is ever-increasing.

Getting The Right Saddle Pads For You

By Little Fields Farm 1 years ago 612 Views

You can’t simply go out and get the ‘best saddle pad’, because such a thing doesn’t exist. What you need to look for is the best saddle pad for you. That is something most people do not take into account, that the way they ride influences the type of a saddle pad they want. Here are some things you need to take into consideration.

The Importance Of Having The Right Saddle Pad

By Little Fields Farm 1 years ago 781 Views

The saddle pad is an immensely important piece of equipment for anyone with equestrian interests. The saddle pad isn’t just a pad – it is the thing that defines the connection between you and the horse.