• How Should Long Riding Boots fit?

    Top tips on how to measure your legs and get the perfect fit for your long riding boots.
  • What's the difference between Premier Equine Cold Water Boots and Cold Water Compression Boots?

    1. Cold Water Boots use micro-crystals within pockets in the fabric that swell up into a gel that cools the legs through conduction. 

    Cold Water Compression Boots are made from a medical grade fabric that is super absorbent. 3D ducted mesh allows airflow to the wet fabric and this cools the horses legs through evaporative cooling. The advanced formulation releases energy over time to provide temperatures that are 6-12° cooler than ambient temperature.

  • How do I measure myself for a body protector?

    STEP 1

    Your body protector should be fitted over light clothing and heavier garments worn over the top.

  • How to choose the right bridle

    As the popularity of anatomical bridles continues to rise, we take a look at the many benefits of the design and why it's more than just another equestrian trend. 

    The horse's head is covered in a complex network of nerves, veins, arteries and muscles with very little soft tissue to protect them. An ill-fitting bridle can not only cause discomfort for the horse, but could also increase stress, anxiety and affect their overall performance and way of going

  • Finding the right breeches to meet your size and needs

    Finding breeches that don't break the bank seems like an impossible task, think of how many riding breeches you have tried over the years as an equestrian? We can bet that 90% of those breeches you have tried haven't fitted correctly as they've either been a poor fit, too short or too long, unflattering or uncomfortable or they are simply too much money.
  • Ten Expert Tips for a Spectacular Eventing Come Back!

    With government restrictions being eased after the Covid-19 outbreak, everybody's competition plans are getting back on track. Whilst its been a disappointing few months for many, now is a great time to plan your return to Eventing. We ask the experts for their top tips... 
  • Premier Equine Coco Gel Riding Breeches rated the best breeches of the season

    Welcome to our group test of summer competition breeches and leggings. All of the legwear in this group test have been put through their paces by international event rider and BE coach Jo Rimmer and her team. Premier Equine Coco Gel Riding Breeches were voted the best breeches of the season.
  • How to use the Equine Therapy Systems massage gun

      Operating instructions for the Equine Therapy Systems massage gun as well as instructions for the actual massage itself.
      1. Turn it on by pushing the on/off button for 3 seconds.  The massage gun will be at level 1.
      2. To turn it up to level 2, push the on/off button again (and again for level 3 etc)
      3. To turn the massage gun off, hold in the on/off button for 3 seconds
      4. To change the massage head, simply pull of the existing head and push on the new option of your choice
  • How do magnetic therapy products work?

    A recent study demonstrates that the use of an acute, localized static magnetic field of moderate strength can result in significant reduction o...
  • What you should look for when buying cross country (eventing) boots

    We have been working with a number of professional riders, trainers and yards to put a range of eventing and cross country boots to the test in a busy yard environment. And here are the results…
  • Can magnets boost performance in horses?

    “Magnets are a very big thing on the eventing circuit,” says international eventer Lucy Thompson, who runs Equine Sport Therapy along with sports therapist Chris Caden-Parker.

    “I’ve used a wide range of them on all my horses. They’re particularly useful for travelling as you’ll find that after a long trip, the horses wearing magnetic rugs definitely come off the box less stiff.”
  • Airowear voted the number one body protector by Your Horse Magazine

    This body protector is designed for women and is so comfortable to wear and not at all bulky. the design is shaped in all the right places for my body shape and the good range of sizes it's avail in means you get the best possible fit. I'm short in the back and have struggled with body protectors catching on the back of my saddle, but this one is just perfect. There's also plenty of adjustment so you can get a comfortable fit every time.