Horse Trainer Chris Cox features saddles, tack, books, and much more on his website. Chris Cox says: "Much of my program revolves around three's — three seat positions, three leg positions, three steps in many of the exercises." Visit www.Chriscox.com for more info, clinic and training seminar schedules, riding tips and more.
Are you shining bits, stirrups, and buckles? Toothpaste is wonderful for cleaning white stirrup pads and shining silver bits, stirrups, buckles, buttons on your tack. Toothpaste will make your horses gleam!
Horse Tack Mold Problems? Want to remove mold on leather products like saddles, bridles, leather boots and straps? White vinegar can be used for a deep cleaning of mold. Vinegar will also remove buildup and stickiness.