Cool Horse and Equestrian Products
 By Fantasy Farms   •   15th Oct 2010   •   6,424 views   •   2 comments
Over the years, I have found some really nice, effective products. Here are some of my favorites.

DyNo Turn Bell Boots

DyNo Turn Bell BootsThese are by far my favorite bell boots. I love the fact that they won’t turn around when they are on your horse. They have knobs on the inside of the bell boot to prevent them from turning. They are stain and water-resistant. I have had my pair of these bell boots for over a year and they are just now starting to wear out. The color will start to fade after a few months, but nothing else wears out. The Velcro is long lasting and sticks really well. It has a double hook-and-loop closure and contoured fit. They come in small, medium and large. The DyNo Turn Bell Boots retail about $25. It is well worth the money for well made, long lasting bell boots. They also come in a bunch of fun colors!

Weaver Fleece Memory Foam Saddle Pad

Weaver Fleece Memory Foam Saddle PadI love the Weaver memory foam saddle pad! I have had mine for a year and I love it! It is made of ˝” memory foam. It conforms to the horses back and helps relieve pressure points. After each use, the foam returns to its original shape. The memory foam is breathable and allows airflow. The top of the pad is wool and the bottom is fleece. It has leather on the sides and up top by the withers. The pad measures 34” x 36”. To clean the saddle pad, you can use a damp cloth or just brush away dirt and hair. It comes in different colors too. The pad retails around $125. It is expensive, but when you ride western, a good quality saddle pad is a must. The Weaver memory foam saddle pad is at the top of my list. It is a very nice quality pad that you and your horse will like!

Dura-Tech Neoflex Cinch

Dura-Tech Neoflex CinchWhen we show our horses, we use our nicest equipment. The Dura-Tech Neoflex cinch is a really nice cinch! It has an acorn and oakleaf, hand tooled leather design on it. The girth is neoprene and has 2 hooks to attach your breastcollar to. The leather overlay has Velcro on it, which attaches to the cinch. The Velcro is a high quality and you really have to pull to remove it. The hardware is stainless steel. It is available in light oil and dark oil leather. It comes in 28", 30", 32", 34", and 36". It retails for $79. This girth goes wonderful with my show saddle. It definitely gives you the finishing touch!

Kerrits Sit N Warm Winter Breech

These are by far the best breech’s I have ever owned! They have a thick lining of fleece on the inside and they have leather pads on the inside of your calf to help you stick to the saddle. They are made from a wind proof and water resistant material that is comfortable and keeps you warm in the dead of winter. The material is stretch and allows you to move easily. There is belt loops too, so you can wear a belt if needed. The waistline is elastic. I have had these breeches for over a year and a half and they are still in great condition. These breeches retail for $90. They are the only winter breeches you will ever need. I love them!

Dura-Tech EZ View Pad with Non-Glare Number Pockets

Dura-Tech EZ View Pad with Non-Glare Number PocketsNo one likes to poke holes in your shirt with pins. Its hard to see an exhibitors number on their back from across the arena. This pad is the solution. It is made from hypo-allergenic synthetic white fleece. The bottom of the pad is quilted cotton. It has Velcro on the sides where a non-glare pocket goes. Once you get your number at the show, you just slide your number into the pocket on both sides and your good to go. The judge will be able to see your number no matter where you are in the arena. The number pocket easily holds 3 or 4 digit numbers. The pad is also machine washable which is a really cool feature. It has a Velcro opening along the spine for your gel insert or lift pad. This saddle pad measures 24” from front to back. It also comes in junior size for ponies or children. This pad retails for $40. I have one and I love it!
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Riders Up Ranch  
great article as always )
The no turn bell boots are also awesome because they do not rip easily like rubber bell boots do. I use these on my horses during turn-out, I would go broke replacing rubber boots!
  Oct 15, 2010  •  5,043 views
I'm in love with patterned polo wraps xD
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