Horse things to buyEquestrian items to buy
Standard equipment for your first horse
When you get a horse, you need some essential items of gear so you can really care about it, and of course you' ll relish the action you purchased it for whether it' s horse riding or motoring. A lot of the things you may already own when you have an estate.
Heugabeln, handcarts and scoops used for tidying up after a horse are the same as you would buy in any DIY shop for garden work or other work. You will need to collect some specialist articles from your shop, such as specially designed bristles and the turning point for horse back and carriage.
Several of the articles, such as food and drinking tubs, can be made from reused pails and drums. Even though bit, bridle and saddle can be something you look forward to before you take your horse home, it may be best to hold off. This way you can adapt your horse individually and keep him comfortably and happily.
You can buy other articles such as hairbrushes, pails and leads long in advance so that they wait for your horse when it comes. They should also have several whole week's worth of hey and any supplement or cereal you should give your horse. You need some kind of litter if your horse is in the stable at all, and of course you need a good source of clean drinking cowshed.
These are the things you need if you want to use your horse for horse back and carriage rides. You will probably choose to either choose horseback rides in either Westerns or Englishs, and this will help you choose what kind of turning point you want to buy. In order to help with the fitting of the saddles, you should probably buy a seat after you have taken your horse home, or you had the opportunity to try out every seat you wish to buy on the horse.
Utensils are available in different kinds, both lightweight and heavier horses. You need to know which is the right way to drive.