Endurance riders have long been fans of Two Horse Tack because our beta biothane products are super lightweight and waterproof. Jamie over at the Green to 100 blog recently reviewed one of our two-color breastcollars, and she pointed out that another reason she loves Two Horse is the affordable price of our tack:
“As I was looking at breastplates they are expensive. This one I was slightly skeptical of because it was half the price of the other one I was considering. I ended up with both and I liked this one better and sent the other back. It was heavier and a little wider and thicker.”
Thanks, Jamie! Glad you loved it. Read the full review at Green to 100 here.
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We customize each of our products for a customers by hardware, color, and style, but we can do other variations, too.
Kirrily over at The Other Horse blog is an endurance rider who wanted to find a way to make one of our bridles as light as possible for her horse. She asked us to do a halter bridle with no browband and in the narrowest possible width, and we were happy to construct something just for her.
“This bridle is lighter weight than previous halter bridles that I’ve owned. The construction seems strong and solid without being bulky. The stitching is all tight and uniform. The stainless steel hardware and beta biothane are good quality and should last a really long time.”
We were excited to read a product review from Judi of the Trail Horse Adventures blog this week. Judi is a trail rider just like us, and takes her Morabs for adventures in the Cleveland Metro Parks. Judi is a trail riding veteran, and has lots of insight and anecdotes to share with fellow riders, especially those who are new to the pasttime. She is also the author of “Trail Training for the Horse and Rider” and “Trail Horse Adventures and Advice,” which we absolutely recommend.
Judi ordered our beta biothane English bridle with bling for her horse Cole Train, and we think he looks fantastic in it. She especially liked the feel of the bridle, having worked with alternative materials before and found synthetics a bit stiff. Actually, several other riders at the barn thought the bridle, which is black with pink bling, was leather.
Check out the full review here.