Product Review by Paperchases & Petticoats

Product Review by Paperchases & Petticoats
Here is a product review by Lindsay from Paperchases & Petticoats on the Quintessential Ladies Shirt.   PRODUCT REVIEW: RED SCARF EQUESTRIAN QUINTESSENTIAL LADIES STRIPE SHIRT NAVY DECEMBER 30, 2016 Do you love equestrian fashion? You don’t have to own a horse or ride to enjoy trendy equestrian-inspired styles thanks to Red...

Making a Horse Head Wreath

Making a Horse Head Wreath
  We have all seen and admired those Christmas wreaths that are shaped like a horse head.  Here is a little tutorial that we have prepared to show you how you can make your own with stuff that you probably already have.  Enjoy….   Part 1:     Part 2:...

It’s all in the name.

It’s all in the name.
Over the years, I always wanted to create an Equestrian-inspired ladies’ shirt collection for every woman who loves the sport. As most of you know, our products are for all those people who simply enjoy the Equestrian sport, whether they ride or not. If you love horses, then you’ll love...

This boot bag has it all!

This boot bag has it all!
Designer's Message I am so pleased to re-introduce the ProRider Collection. This collection has every stitch, every detail and every user considered (and re-considered 10 times). We created the boot bag from scratch; a piece of leather, 2 straps and a design in mind. We considered details that are overlooked...

Cloche Hats, Country Life & Downton Abbey

Cloche Hats, Country Life & Downton Abbey
Europeans are especially talented in pulling together a look by accessorizing. They know how to do this in a snap...I’ve watched them for many years.  One of the ways they do this is with hats, scarves, bags and belts.  They buy quality and know how to get maximum use from their investment...

A Conversation with Brenda Minor: Dressage Judge’s Perspective

A Conversation with Brenda Minor: Dressage Judge’s Perspective
Sometimes I have to pinch myself when I realize part of my job is to interview interesting people who are influential in the equestrian world. Recently I had such an experience. I had the pleasure of having lunch with Brenda Minor, 4 Star FEI Dressage Judge, and asking her about...

Keeping a Riding Journal

I am considering keeping a riding journal.  Do you keep one?  I have just starting to ride my new horse and it seems like a good time to start.  Her name is Willow and she is a 3 year old Friesian Thoroughbred cross.  I have backed her and we are...

Does Genuine Leather Mean it’s Really Leather?

I thought it was time to write a short blog about leather to clarify some basic points about this beautiful material. My intention is to enlighten and inform readers that all leather is not created equal, not even from the animals from which it is taken. I’ll make this article...

Haying: The “Un-Glamorous” Side of Keeping Horses

    Anybody who has kept horses at home dreads one time of the year: stacking hay in the barn.  It is a dusty, scratchy, back-breaking job. Invariably it ALWAYS occurs on the hottest day of the year.  I know some who have escaped this ordeal by switching to exclusively...