Horse Riding Clothes and BootsRiding clothes and boots
Which you should carry when riding
Helmet and riding boots are available free of cost for occasional customers. Grown-ups and children riding in our normal classes must have their own gear after the first 10 classes. Shelters that only carry the norm BSEN1384 or BSEN1384 are no longer acceptable according to the AIRE hating regulations for 2016.
Shelters would be accepted, however, if they wear EN1384 or BSEN1384 and another norm such as those listed: they must be carried with correct assembly and fastening. You can use these if you are only in the area or have just started riding. When you have a riding cap, take it with you and ask your trainer to inspect it for the latest safety regulations.
Jodhpur boots should be used, but any shoes with a plain soles and small heels would be accept. Clothes should be adapted to climatic circumstances. Bodyprotectors must be used for all cross-country jumps and are highly recommendable for all classes with jumps.
Wearing riding boots is highly recommended. When riding or dealing with a horse, no jewelry should be used. It is your ultimate duty to dress properly before riding according to the above information.
Horseback Riding in Ireland: Things you should be wearing
Preparing is the crux of every trip and riding in Ireland means preparing for changing weathers - the Irish like to say that you get all four in a single year! The Irish have a moderate, moist environment, mainly due to the Atlantic and Gulf Stream. Ireland is warm in the Gulf Stream than other Gulf Stream states.
A light, air-permeable garment that transports perspiration away to keep you cold and dry and a watertight shower cover is an excellent choice for these environments. You should wrap a wide range of clothes in early fall and early fall so you can wear them in changing weathershapes.
It is best to take clothes that can be layered and a mix of long and long sleeves. Wrap the clothes well. The Riding Sport 5-in-1 jacket, one of Dover Saddlery's most beloved coats, is a good example. You can use this multi-purpose play for riding or training.
Horseware Ireland Boyne and Arrow windbreakers are light weight and keep you cold and cold in hot conditions. If you are in Ireland, please check out the Horseware Stores and the Dundalk, County Louth plant. Riding boots made of gum are very useful on rainy summer nights, or you can use riding boots with gum to keep your boots out of damp.
Helmet are mandatory for riding in Ireland. You should bring along comfy clothing for riding on the trails. The boots should be worn, trousers must be a good match. Bring at least two pair of riding pants or pantyhose for your journey - in warm weather we recommend the use of Enduracool by Tropical Rider or Aerocool by TuffRider.
Irideon Cadence corduroy tight, light, breathable and with 4-way stretching, is also a good option. This zippered Mountain Horse Sportive High Rider is an outstanding riding boots. Half chap and dock boots are an alternativ to long boots. Look at Tailored Sportsman or Riding Sports jodhpurs and the Dover Pro Fieldboat.
Take note of stretching and wearing comfortable trousers and/or pantyhose, as you are very busy on the cross-country track. When you need a full gown, you should be wearing a full length suit, a full length jacket and a hat with Chinstrap, Neckties, Jodhpurs, Leder- or Gummistiefel. Use boots like the Dover Piaffe dressage boots to see and touch the part and wrap a boots maintenance set to keep it shiny.
Tip: Breeches only need to be blank if you enter a group during your journey. Boots and hip pockets, like those from Ariat, are designed to keep your specific articles safe - or allow yourself individual Dover pockets, which can be signed and are available in a variety of colours.
There is a protecting boots case to prevent damage to your boots during transport. The Gearmax Ecuestrian rucksack is very useful for packing all your clothes. In the August 2005 edition of Practical Horseman you will find "Irish Idyll" as a horseback riding holiday and experience almost everything that an exciting riding holiday in Ireland has to offer. For more information, click here.