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Important Horse Equipment and Supplies Terms

Equestrian supply companies offer the tack and accessories you need for all types of horse riding. Dealers can supply competitive, training and casual horse riding equipment. Here are some terms you might come across on your search for these supplies:

  • Tack - Equestrian equipment worn by the horse, such as bridles and saddles. The style and components of tack vary depending on the activity. For example, horse tack for game competitions is much different than that used for walking.
  • Girth - Also called a cinch, a type of tack used to secure the saddle on a horse's back.
  • Halter - Horse tack that buckles around the horse's head so the horse can be led and tied up.
  • Bridle - Equipment that functions to direct the horse. It incorporates the bit in the horse's mouth, as well as the headstall, which holds the bit in place. It also includes the reins, which a rider uses to communicate with the horse.
  • Surcingle - A strap that encircles the horse's girth and used for training the horse or stabilizing its load. It may be composed of leather, nylon, elastic or other materials.
  • Farrier Tools - The tools used to trim, fit and secure horse shoes for a horse. These may include hammers, clinchers and hoof picks.
  • Game Equipment - Equipment and horse tack used for gaming and competitions, such as barrel racing.
  • Fencing - The tape, rope, tools and accessories used for securing horses within a fence, stable or corral.
  • Horse Blanket - A protective blanket designed for keeping a horse warm.
  • Western Boots - A type of boot popularized in Western United States by cowboys and horse riders. They are usually made of durable leather and ideal for fitting into stirrups.
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    25053 S Pike Ave, Oregon City, OR 97045
    Trust Horsewears to help treat your horse like family. Located in Oregon City, OR, we launder horse blankets and offer other horse blanket restoration.
    (971) 200-5988
    Barton Feed & Country Store
    25618 Se Highway 224, Boring, OR 97009
    (503) 637-6440
    Burns Feed Store
    29215 Se Orient Dr, Gresham, OR 97080
    (503) 663-3246
    Windhorse Inc
    7518 Se Hogan Rd, Gresham, OR 97080
    (503) 666-7442
    Valley Farrier Supply
    21383 S Yeoman Rd, Beavercreek, OR 97004
    (503) 632-4366
    Highland Stables
    16723 S Williams Rd, Beavercreek, OR 97004
    (503) 632-4740
    Ranz Pferde Dressage
    13676 S New Era Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 632-6399
    Ansur Saddlery LLC
    119 Se Weir St, Camas, WA 98607
    (360) 835-1695
    Sidesaddle Tack Shop
    10414 Ne Halsey St, Portland, OR 97220
    (503) 256-1964
    True Value
    10414 Ne Halsey St, Portland, OR 97220
    (503) 254-3100
    Bits N Spurs
    26717 Ne 19th St, Camas, WA 98607
    (360) 833-1021
    Glisan Street Saddlery
    7817 Ne Glisan St, Portland, OR 97213
    (503) 252-4712
    Portland Outdoor Store
    304 Sw 3rd Ave, Portland, OR 97204
    (503) 222-1051
    Foothills Saddle & Tack Repair
    12960 S Wyland Rd, Molalla, OR 97038
    (503) 829-8833
    Keith Nelsen Stables Inc
    23078 S Central Point Rd, Canby, OR 97013
    (503) 266-6005

    Horse equipment and supplies are important for equine grooming specialists and horse owners alike. These equestrian or horse riding supplies are commonly sold by local dealers, as well as online. Some of this equipment has been around for hundreds of years now. Horse supplies can range from horseshoe tacks or bits, to saddles, to farrier kits for grooming hooves, to halters and bridles, which are placed on the heads of the horses to lead and control them. There is a diverse array of horse supplies and equipment on the market today to suit most needs and preferences. These equestrian accessories vary in price, depending on the size, quality, and brand name. As you may know, different supplies and accessories suit different training and riding practices. For instance, someone who rides a horse competitively for sport will need serious racing dressage and shoes for the animal. On the other hand, someone who rides occasionally on a farm or private property may only need a basic blanket and saddle with their harness. Just so you know, there are also supplies and equipment for horse stables, basic grooming practices, and hoof maintenance. One way to learn more about horse feed, shoe tacks, riding supplies, and trailers for hauling animals is by getting in touch with a dealer in your area. This professional can assist you with anything from stable maintenance tips, to property fencing to keep the horses in, to basic grooming practices for horses that should not be overlooked. It is a good idea to learn these things early on.
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