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Grab Yourself A Sheepskin Seat Saver

A seat saver’s job is to cushion the rider, but we know it can also provide warmth on chilly days while keeping the leather in the saddle from getting piping hot in the summer. Some models offer extra grip in the saddle and can help a rider from sliding around. At horse shows, it can be a handy layer of protection between clean clothes and oiled leather. Some models may even benefit women who frequently develop vaginal-health problems in hot weather because the seat savers allow some extra air flow.For a seat saver to be useful, it must be completely comfortable. This

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Horse Journal OnCall: Winter Neck Covers

Margaret Freeman

Every winter my horse loses half his mane due to neck covers that rub it off. I've checked out anti-rub covers for underneath, but all of them have a face cover that would get wet in all the rain we have here or it's just a shoulder cover that doesn't cover the mane. Any suggestions? read more

Media Critique: The Alchemy of Lightness

Karen Havis

A book review about the dressage book "The Alchemy of Lightness" and why its emphasis on joy can make a big difference to you and your horse. read more

Oh The Weather Outside Is Frightful

John Strassburger

A discussion comparing winter horse care in the East and the West. read more

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