This show season I snagged quite a few new items that deserve some air time on the blog. I don't have enough to say to warrant individual posts on each of these things, so I'm lumping them all together as a review on show season essentials.
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This isn't going to be your typical product review. Susan from Saddle Seeks Horse approached me about doing a joint, simultaneous product review of a new grooming tool. Of course, I jumped on the chance and suggested we should go one step further and do a video product review, in addition to our typical written content. There are so many grooming tools out there, so what's one more? Well be prepared to be surprised and entertained, as we present our Grooming Hands Review by Saddle Seeks Horse and Fly On Over!
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Equibox Bridle Charm and Helmet MonogramRetail Price: $12 for bridle charm; $8 for helmet monogram
What I Paid: $0
Purchased: June 2015
From fashion trends to equipment advances, fads are apparent in many aspects of the equestrian world. It's easy to get swept up by great marketing and the peer pressure generated by ultra-hip brands like Personally Preppy, My Barn Child and Ogilvy Equestrian. Sure, rust breeches are making a comeback, but will sparkly bridle charms still be in style in 5 years? That I can't answer, but I can tell you that there's one new brand that I've fallen head over heels in love with and it's not just because they have a kickass Instagram account.