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Dressage for a cause!

We really enjoyed these photos from customer Robin Scarborough, who took her horse to an upper level classical freestyle class at the recent Potomac Valley Dressage Association Ride For Life. Robin and her horse used our bridle, long lines, and breastcollar at their show, and went with a nice bling option over a white base. We think it looks great on a dark bay!

The PVDA Ride for Life is a benefit event for the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, and has raised over $580,000 in its 12 years so far, according to its website. Two Horse Tack is proud to outfit Robin in her efforts, and we think the pair looks fantastic!


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Are You Behind the Bit Yet?

You’ve heard us tout our fantastic dressage friends over at the Behind the Bit blog before, but here’s a new reason to love and read them religiously. Hint: it might involve one of our fantastic turnout halters, so if your dressage mount is a little less than graceful in the field, this is your time to pick up a spare!

Calling all dressage folks…

We know we’ve got some dressage folks among our customer and reader base. We wanted to point you to an awesome blog for product reviews, dressage news, and training/management tips: the Behind the Bit blog.

Best of all, you can read her product reviews with complete confidence, since author Stacey Kimmel-Smith uses all the products and cannot be paid for her opinion. Just to toot our own horn a little, we were thrilled that Stacey loved our beta biothane halters. Check out her review here and word to the wise: keep an eye out for exclusive tack giveaways on Behind the Bit!

Congratulations to Ruby!

ruby headshotCongratulations to Ruby (aka Winteruby) and her owner Cerella, winners of our February tack giveaway!

Ruby and Cerella have been working together for three years, two of which they’ve spent eventing in the beginner novice level, a great accomplishment since Ruby was very green when they started.

Ruby also does hunter/jumpers and dressage (training level). She loves giving rides to kids.

Cerella tells us that Ruby’s ninth birthday is coming up in March, so their prize will be a sort of early present. Ruby will be getting our beta biothane English bridle, which is a perfect fit for her and ruby body shotCerella. Ruby is working to conquer her fear of water, and a beta bridle is just the thing. Beta is waterproof, so Ruby can splash all she likes without her bridle drying or cracking.

Learn more about our English bridle here.

We’re thankful for great help!

We're thankful for great help!

Sometimes getting great photos of our products means dealing with not-so-great weather conditions–a big thank you to the riders who help us out, especially with our snow scenes! It was a chilly one out there last week.

This is our medieval bridle, which adds dramatic flair to any horse’s ensemble but looks especially fantastic on our dressage model. Learn more about our medieval bridle here.