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Sterling Essentials Review

We all have that old pair of boots that are covered in dirt, have holes somewhere in the stitching, and you don’t wear anymore but refuse to throw out. These are mine. Now I want you to toss out, erase, and Ctrl+Delete everything you know about cleaning and conditioning tack.  Yes, that glycerin soap too…trash…

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Voltaire Palm Beach

A Saddle Fit For Cinderella

Saddle fit…this seriously overwhelmed me last summer. I touched on this a little in my first Kissing Spine blog post but didn’t go that far in depth on the saddle side. Quick backstory, last summer was Fiona’s first time on a regular training schedule since she put her hind legs through a fence.  Bad behaviors…

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DIY Tack Shed

DIY She Shed Equestrian Style

What do you think of when you hear the term “She Shed”? I picture a shed full of tack, bridles and halters hung perfectly, saddle pads organized by color, the smell of new leather, and ribbons neatly hung all around.  I mean that’s every Shameless Equestrian’s dream she shed right? Last Fall I put up…

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Shine Without The Suds

Don’t you just love grooming winter coats?  Or even better, when those April showers bring May flowers…and a whole lot of mud?  I don’t know about you guys but I LOVE grooming.  If I’m being completely honest, I’m also OCD about having a clean horse. I know, why bother making sure Fiona is spotless when…

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Kissing Spine: The Beginning

On February 17, 2020 Fiona was diagnosed with Kissing Spine. When Fiona officially became my horse I started her on a regular training schedule. Occasionally while under saddle she would start bucking and throwing a fit so I had a saddle fitter come out to see if my saddle was causing any discomfort.  Low and…

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Everything Happens For A Reason

Ever since I was a little girl I dreamed of having a horse.  I’m sure my parents were hoping I would grow out of the “I want a pony” phase, but no such luck.  Believe it or not, that phase just got worse with age.  Fast forward to my freshman year of college, I met…

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