Category Archives: Horse Back Riding and Tack

ThinLine’s Flexible Grazing Muzzle

Our ThinLine’s Grazing Muzzle is unlike any other! Flexible, made of supple, lightweight material. And features an adjustable grazing hole. Benefits to start with … The ThinLine’s Flexible Grazing Muzzle is gentle on skin, teeth, and lips.  Softer, lighter, and safer.  Has UV protection for delicate noses. Adjustable hole size to meet the grazing needs […]

ThinLine Invites you to Boost your Riding!

 Boost your pad up to ThinLinePlus! Have a favorite shimmable Ultra ThinLine pad?  Do you find yourself occasionally wishing it was ThinLine Plus?           Now it’s easy to have both with the ThinLine Booster Shim! Perfect for:  Adding more protection on a particular day Using the same saddle pad but modifying it […]

Horse Rider safety equipment now includes product for spine health

Historically rider safety gear has been limited to protection of equestrians anticipating a fall. Riders focus on products to greatly reduce damage when separated from mounts in action.  These are generally limited to four: –Helmets, riders agree every equestrian should wear one. –Shoes, -one-inch heel to prevent the foot sliding through the stirrup and getting caught. […]

The ThinLine Ride: Ultra ThinLine or ThinLine Plus?

The ThinLine Ride: Ultra ThinLine or ThinLine Plus?  Technology aside, what are the differences in feel for the horse and me? ThinLine Plus is thicker. It provides more protection for the horses back.  For those who do not ride with a whisper seat; trail riding, stock horses, fox hunting, polo would be good examples.  ThinLine […]

Selecting and Fitting Bell Boots for Horses

Bell boots for horses, also called overreach boots, are one of the most common, and easiest to use forms of protection for your horse’s legs and hooves. They cover a horse’s feet from above the coronary band down to the below the heel and provide protection from the hind feet, which can overreach or clip […]

Equine Turn Out Protection bell boot redesigned to protect horses, the environment, pocket books.

Did you know … ? More than a quarter of a million horses require bell boots for turnout.  They last, on average, fewer than 100 days.   Bell boot failure points are generally: 1) the Stitching 2) the Velcro 3) the soft bell material.     Bell boot redesigned to protect horses, the environment & […]

ThinLine Introduces a Revolutionary New Design for Bell Boots

“The Velcro always tears or the plastic does. So, I end up buying new ones every few weeks.” – Hannah  “Pull-on boots don’t fit my boy right, and with the Velcro ones, the Velcro falls off too quickly.” – Trysha “I HATE pull on boots; they seem to leave rubs and are a pain to […]

Equestrian Sponsorship: A Road Map for Businesses, the Professional and the Budding Athlete

Rarely a month goes by that we don’t get a few requests for sponsorships. The requests range from some of the top professionals in the industry to those who are just starting on their professional journey. We look at each opportunity and evaluate if the partnership would be beneficial to both parties. How would our […]

English Reins Indian Leather added to No Slip English Reins

English Reins Indian Leather

English Reins Indian Leather added to No Slip English Reins Remember that time you lost your hold on your reins in the ring? Not if you had ThinLine reins. At ThinLine, we take pride in bringing our customers the very best products at a reasonable price, and we are constantly working to improve both of […]

What is the Best Saddle Pad Blanket for Your Horse

What is the Best Saddle Pad Blanket for your horse? How would you answer the question? Does your saddle pad give you so much comfort, fit and shock absorption both you and your horse work better and happier?  Riders purchase saddle pads to attempt to solve several problems at once: moisture control (breathability), saddle fit, […]

Native American Horse Tack

Native American Horse Tack: Pine Ridge Reservation, ThinLine. During the last four years the ThinLine Lakota project has taken on more dimensions than just trying to provide employment for Sioux artists to make horse tack. Our target is The Pine Ridge Indian reservation, South Dakota, home to the Oglala Sioux.  This is the most impoverished […]

American Indian Horse Tack Lakota Project The Back Story.

American Indian Horse Tack Lakota Project The Back Story. Five years ago I met a gentleman who, while raised Comanche, found himself entrenched in western medicine as a surgeon.  He had many a man, woman and child die under his knife. He spent his summers on horseback. Living off the land, the way his mother […]

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