Madeleine Entin

Madeleine Entin

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Equestrian Style, Tack, Fox, Horses, Running The Gauntlet, Foxes, Horse, Red Fox

4 Likes, 2 Comments - Sporting Collection (@sportingcollection) on Instagram: “A 19th century gents riding whip with a gauntlet handle #ridingcrop #ridingwhip #victorian…”

4 Likes, 2 Comments - Sporting Collection (@sportingcollection) on Instagram: “A 19th century gents riding whip with a gauntlet handle #ridingcrop #ridingwhip #victorian…”

Tips to renovate the horse stalls in your barn! This is seriously the only feeder I've found for in the barn that I think would work really well!!

Horse Feed Accessories - Horse Stall Feeders - don't love the look, but very functional and won't see from aisle. Plenty of hay capacity and can access from a single swinging feed door. I really like these ones - GD

muddy paddock, mud horse, muddy hooves, footing grid, horse sacrifice area, horse paddock, pasture management

Consider product like this for barn entrance/exit pathways to prevent shifting of base material and mud. Would this work with pea gravel?

HoofBase is a system of flexible high-density plastic cells that go in the ground to fix and prevent mud problems in paddocks and other horse areas

HoofBase is a system of flexible high-density plastic cells that go in the ground to fix and prevent mud problems in paddocks and other horse areas - sounds expensive but really interesting

DIY slow hayfeeder, external ply and mesh. Insert mesh through side slot and horse cannot pull out, but restricts hay wastage. Great design!

DIY slow hayfeeder, external ply and mesh. Insert mesh through side slot and horse cannot pull out, but restricts hay wastage. Great design- very clever!<<<---- I made a similar one using an old galvinized water trough and a grid (aka mesh) from a store (

Put a sand/soft path going around the property so you can ride wherever you want without going on the concrete!!

Put a sand/soft path going around the property so you can ride wherever you want without going on the concrete! For tender footed horses.