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Sheep Cotton Tea Towel

October 11, 2022

Part of our classic country collection. Our furry little sheep is the perfect pal for washing up! Proudly made in the UK 100% cotton Handy hanging loop Machine washable Hand sewn branded label 71 x 46cm

Klassy Cowgirl 28×30 Barrel Style 1” Teal Felt Pad

October 7, 2022

KC-3916 Klassy Cowgirl  28×30 Barrel Style 1” Teal felt pad with teal lacing and painted feather design. This beautiful pad features a distressed brown leather with teal lacing, and painted feather design. This saddle pad features a  1″ heavy duty teal felt with vented wither and leather  reinforced spine.

Tips for Caring for Your Aging Horse During Winter

January 11, 2019

Do you have a horse that’s enjoying its golden years? When it comes to winter, aging horses are much like humans. They struggle with the challenges of the cold and can’t handle winter as well as they used to during their younger days. It’s important to remember this as you plan your winter horse care in Montana. The main winter challenges for horses over 20 are staying warm, getting enough movement and maintaining their weight. Use the following tips to help your aging horse stay healthy this winter. Weight Horses use feed to stay warm. The digestion process generates body... View Article

Tips for Winter Tack Care

December 28, 2018

Winter brings with it harsh temperatures and conditions. This weather can take a toll on your tack if it’s not cared for properly. Fortunately, with the right tack cleaning supplies in Montana, you can keep your tack looking sharp. Use the following tips for tack cleaning in Montana to care for your tack this winter. Whether you plan to give your horse a break this season or take an occasional ride through the snow, these steps will help extend the life of your tack. Daily Use If you continue to ride this winter, keep your bridle in good condition by... View Article

Winter Feeding Tips for Horses

December 12, 2018

During cold winter months, how can you ensure your horse is getting the nutrition he or she needs? With pastures bare and temperatures dropping, it’s important to take a few intentional steps to keep your horse well fed and healthy through the winter. Your local feed store in Montana offers the following tips to help: Slow switch: Keep in mind that it takes a horse about 14 days to adjust to new forage. As you switch from grass to dried hay for the winter, do so slowly. Additional forage: To help your horse stay warm in the winter, provide additional... View Article