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Tried and True What is tried and true?

Tried and True product reviews are completed by myself, Reisa Bonetti-Sullivan, amateur Dressge rider or one of our highly regarded DTO trainers. As a rider I find reveiws of products essential to decision making when buying products for my horse or myself. Hearing what others have experienced with a product means more to me that packaging or who uses it. I REALLY just want to know how it wears or affects my horse. Please know our reviews are real and if we do not recommend a product we state the facts in a professional and objective way, as knowingly, others may not share an opinion.

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Featured Products

 

 
EQ Girl

Named after founder, a not so navy breeched was created with contrast white stitching, white piping, and swarovski details on the front and back faux fashion pockets. This definitely is outside the lines of normal navy. but it still looks chic and classy, and of course fun. the cut of the EQGIRL riding breech fits many different shapes and sizes, because the fabric is higher in cotton then most of the common schoeller breeches on the market today!

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CEECOACH

CEECOACH connects – even when there are no networks- Whether you are riding, mountain biking, climbing or doing winter sports – stay connected with CEECOACH. ...LIMITED EDITION Isabell Werth Enhanced with Swarovski® Crystals. Limited to 500 exclusive Duo Sets. Original signature of Isabell Werth Premium storage case included

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ThinLine

Designed to Create a Closer Connection With Your Horse Reduce Rider Movement |Protect Horses’ Backs | Improve Saddle Fit. improves horse and rider communication by allowing riders to sit closer, and do more with lighter aids. Designed to help horses soften and engage faster.

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Grand Meadows

25% discount - use code 2058-Are you worried about maintaining the soundness of your horse? Horse joint supplement for competition and aging horses, provides long term joint support. Helps to Support Collagen and Connective Tissue Formation.

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