Category Archives: Training Harness

Product Update: The Side Check

Our harness maker has made our side checks the same way for a long time. [...]

Learning to read sweat patterns and pressure marks

Part of driving our equine friends is making sure our harness fits them correctly. Not [...]

Tuesday Tip – What bit should I start my horse with?

I get this question weekly. Which bit is the best one to start my young [...]

Tuesday Tip – Should I buy a harness or a long lining kit?

When starting a young driving horse it can be daunting shopping for the right equipment. [...]

WHY a Donkey Harness?

So, you have a donkey and are shopping for harness. There are so many options [...]

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Harness Part Names

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Treed vs Treeless Driving Saddle

I am on Facebook quite a bit. More than I would care to be, to [...]

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How to Measure for a Harness Video!

We understand how nerve wracking it can be to measure your horse, pony, donkey, mule [...]

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Tuesday Tip – How Tight Should Your Girth Be?

After the last Tuesday Tip I had quite a few people write to me and [...]

Tuesday Tip – Placement of the Saddle

I have people ask me quite often, “where should I place the saddle?” (Of course [...]

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Tuesday Tip – The Carefree Lining

I have heard some people voice a concern about the carefree lining. Because it has [...]

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Tuesday Tip – It’s Never Too Late

I visit with lots of people every week and find that many are surprised at [...]

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Tuesday Tip – Cleaning Your Synthetic Harness

There are a few ways you can clean your synthetic harness: Put it in the [...]

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How Do I Choose a Bit for My Horse?

This is a question I get nearly every week. First I recommend talking with your [...]

The Stop and Back Up

The stop or Whoa is one of the most important things a driving horse will [...]

Tuesday Tip – Harness Keepers

You know those nice little keepers you find on any of our harness? They contain [...]

Tuesday Tip – What makes a pony mouth different than a horse mouth?

I get questions all the time about what bit would be best for my pony. [...]

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