This week is just a full-on eventing bonanza, with both the AECs at Rebecca Farm and the return of the big bad Burghley, you could just settle down for four straight days of live-stream action if you didn’t have a job and horses to look after. We’ve got you covered for both events, so don’t worry, you can totally sneak peaks at the action from your work desk or while you’re hacking a horse. All you need to know for the AECs can be found here, and everything Burghley can be found here.
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Of course, we all know the basics of good grooming: curry, brush and bathe when necessary. Then rub that coat until it gleams. Indeed, you’d be hard pressed to find a professional groom who doesn’t stick to this routine, no matter the season. However, there’s more to keeping a horse’s skin healthy and his coat radiant when temperatures soar and humidity peaks—especially during a long, hectic competition season. So, Practical Horseman asked veteran U.S. Equestrian Team groom Laurie Pitts and Ciera Cordero, who grooms for Canadian Grand Prix dressage rider Shannon Dueck, to share their favorite summer coat-care tips. [Summer Coat Care]
Horse Show Log Book
Horse Show Log Book: Horse Riding and Halter Log Journal - Keep a Record up to 6 Judges per page - Eventing - Halter - Jumping - Equestrian