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Next to non-chafing undergarments, it’s the most important wardrobe decision you’ll make for the show ring. Heather Struthers, of Performance Horse & Rider tack shop, schools us all in color coordinating your horse and hunt coat. So we can come color correct (even when everything else falls apart.) Heather Struthers owns and operates Ottawa’s hippest tack shop: Performance Horse & Rider. She's…

Next to non-chafing undergarments, it’s the most important wardrobe decision you’ll make for the show ring. Heather Struthers, of Performance Horse & Rider tack shop, schools us all in color coordinating your horse and hunt coat. So we can come color correct (even when everything else falls apart.) Heather Struthers owns and operates Ottawa’s hippest tack shop: Performance Horse & Rider. She's…

Horse Tack Closet Plans | Tack Box - by Grantman @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Horse Tack Closet Plans | Tack Box - by Grantman @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Instructions for building a horse jump, but could easily be adapted for a dog jump.

Instructions for building a horse jump, but could easily be adapted for a dog jump.

Fence posts with pallets slipped over them. Good idea for emergency pens or horses on temp stall rest that are used to being out 24/7

Fence posts with pallets slipped over them. Good idea for emergency pens or horses on temp stall rest that are used to being out 24/7

plastic garbage can with the flip up handles to make filling hay bags.  We use granite screenings in our stalls over which we put restaurant grade anti fatigue rubber mats (3x3each) that have holes in them. Allows urine to percolate down through the screenings and keeps stall floor dry and easy to clean. Mats prevent  ponies from ingesting dirt/screenings. Last a long time and are easy to move & clean.

plastic garbage can with the flip up handles to make filling hay bags. We use granite screenings in our stalls over which we put restaurant grade anti fatigue rubber mats (3x3each) that have holes in them. Allows urine to percolate down through the screenings and keeps stall floor dry and easy to clean. Mats prevent ponies from ingesting dirt/screenings. Last a long time and are easy to move & clean.