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When you ride horses, every day is basically Christmas. Being an equestrian is one of the greatest gifts you can enjoy year-round, but it can also be incorporated in the actual holiday—from stockings to putting up the tree. There are many of us out there who are probably already thinking how to decorate a Christmas tree if you love horses, and it’s time to put that creativity to work. Allow me to inspire with these 14 stylish horse Christmas ornaments. 1. Shine Bright Like A Swarovski Crystal Above: Designs By Loriece, $19.50 If you’re going for a minimalist vibe this year, this ornament is for you. It’s a simple, chic and timeless way to adorn your tree. 2. It’s Beginning To Felt A Lot Like Christmas Above: SilverOaksFarm, $14.00 How cute will this custom felt ornament look next to your more traditional classics? Super cute, that’s how cute. 3. Christmas Tree Of Champions Above: Breyer, $19.99 Celebrate your love for thoroughbreds with this Justify ornament which will surely put you in winner’s circle mood. 4. A Very Mare-y Christmas Above: Mare Goods, $25 These handmade ponies are beautiful in all the right ways, kiln-fired to perfection. 5. Hoop It Up For The Holidays Above: Kate […]

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Every day when I wake up to Indie’s face I wonder: How did I handle life’s adventures before having her? She makes me happier, healthier and fitter. But owning an active dog breed doesn’t come without its challenges. Indie is highly intelligent, motivated, and impossible to wear out. Therefore, I have to choose energy-burning activities that both of us can participate in. Wether we’re walking, hiking or just playing fetch in the backyard, DOOG performance dog gear has a big impact on how we enjoy the outdoors. From my experience, shopping for gear can be more exhausting than actually getting up and doing something with your dog. To help you spend more time outside together, I’ve created a short list of my favorite Indie tested and approved products from DOOG: Moisture wicking collar Above: Neoprene Dog Collar – Pluto, starting at $8.99 Indie needs a collar that keeps up with her activities and this one does not disappoint! I feel good about her wearing it all day and night because it’s made of soft neoprene. It’s also very washable (often necessary after a day of fun with Indie) and dries quickly, drawing moisture away from Indie’s skin. Reflective Gear Above: DOOG Leash – Lassie, […]

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Who wins in a GoPro Hero3: Black vs Cambox ISIS helmet camera comparison? Well, the truth is, anyone who has either of these wins over someone who doesn’t. But one of these helmet cameras offers a little more than the other… We put both to the test last weekend during an hour long trail ride with Adirondack Saddle Tours in Inlet, New York. Since my Samshield helmet is covered in a suede-like material, I decided to mount both cameras onto Matt’s OneK Defender Matte helmet instead. Here’s what we thought: Technical details Taking resolution as the starting point of my comparison, the GoPro Hero 3: Black is the clear winner. It has the ability to capture footage at resolutions from 720 to 2.7k (which is a bit higher than your standard 1080) and offers a wide, medium, and narrow perspective. In contrast, the Cambox ISIS only offers a 720 resolution with a wide field-of-view. Looking a bit further into the GoPro’s offerings, it has a variety of modes for slow-motion aficionados and cinematic professionals. Advanced users can dial in their color temperature at a later time and capture footage using an option called “ProTune” to extend dynamic range. All of these functions can […]

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If I could be reincarnated, I would come back as a Tucker Tweed handbag, for they have very adventurous lives. High-end design, extravagant detailing and adventure are just some of the things Jill Tweedy embodies in her equestrian handbag line, Tucker Tweed. Her collections feature everything from weekenders to wallets and essential accessories for multifaceted equine girl bosses on-the-go. I caught up with Jill to learn more about her creative process and find out why equestrianistas everywhere are losing their minds over her opulent handbag creations. 1. What is your favorite part about being an accessories designer? Two parts, really. One, the people. I’ve met the most amazing people on this journey: Stylish equestrians, fearless riders, amazing women. Second…creating something unique that did not exist before 2. Who have been your industry mentors? There are SO many, but I can think of five stand out women who have been instrumental in mentoring me. The first was Linda Cole, owner of Countryride Saddlery in Mooresville, North Carolina. She taught me a great deal about the equestrian industry and retail partner relationships. Sheryl Rudolph, F.I.T.S. founder, was another phenomenal influence in encouraging me to follow my own voice. (Her unique and groundbreaking […]

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