The ultimate solution for equestrian saddle sores
Saddle sores are normal to appear among riders. Wether you spend short or long times in the saddle, it is almost inevitable to experience discomfort that can develop in small wounds in the intimate area. The good news is that these wounds and sores due to saddle chafing can be reduced by optimizing your position, using the right saddle and using padded underwear with bacteriostatic treatment.
12 Things you should know so urinary tract infections don't ruin your equestrian plans
The Kegel exercises: how to tone the pelvic floor for horse riders
The pelvic floor: How to protect it while practicing horseback riding
Riding on your period: 7 tips and tricks
DIY: Glossy Mane, Tail & Coat Spray
You don't need to spend a lot of money to get your horse's mane, tail and coat silky, soft and shiny - just do it yourself! All you need is the Birch Hair Water, Burdock Oil, and a spray bottle.