You Have to Be Crazy To Love A Horse. Money. Time. Dating. It All Comes Second… But It’s 100% Worth It.

7 Days to Cure Those Nagging Riding Problems

The Riding Hacks Bootcamp will teach you the secrets that work when traditional riding aids fail. 

Your horse will respond and you’ll love riding again!

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Okay so we all know that it’s true that horse people are a litttttle bit crazy. I mean, I know I am! Absolutely no shame here.

Just look at Instagram, or Tiktok, or Pinterest and you’ll see hundreds of memes about horses eating your money, time and taking priority over significant others in your life. You’ll also see countless videos of horse crazy people doing questionable things.

It’s just how we are. And that’s how we like it!

Equestrian Boots & Bridles is about everything horses.

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I specifically built EB&B for all those horse crazy (or just plain crazy) people out there.

So if that sounds like you, then you’re in the right place.

Now, where to get started?

If you’re looking for something in particular, head up to the top right corner and search the site.

But you can also just browse around and get familiar. Feel free to click around a little bit and see if anything catches your eye.

You can start exploring by browsing our 3 main categories:

Or if you like browsing riding outfits and accessories? You might like these:

What if you can’t find what you’re looking for?

If there’s something that you want to know about horses and it’s not covered, just send us an e-mail and we’ll get back to you and we’ll add it in.

Please don’t hesitate at all to reach out. We answer every single one of our e-mails so even if it does take us a few days to get back to you, we promise that we will.

Happy riding!

The EB&B Team

“There’s something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.” – Winston Churchill