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If you’re looking for places to buy horse supplies, tack, supplements and feed online, then you’ll have potentially dozens of reputable options to order from. Prices for certain items can vary greatly between different online horse retailers, though, so we suggest you do plenty of research before settling on a supplier to order your equine needs from.
Items like supplements, medicine and veterinary supplies always carry a heftier price tag. Plenty of online horse stores sell things like grooming tools, lead ropes, leather care items and horse treats, but the rarest kind of shops also offer high-quality tack like saddles, bridles, saddle blankets and more.
And if you’re looking to purchase a horse gift for a special occasion or holiday, waiting until it’s “in season” might net you additional discounts. Post your experiences with any online tack /supply stores.
This will possibly help people to find a good place to order their stuff online and hopefully prevent anyone from getting screwed by someplace that has horrible customer service. I do a lot of my shopping in these sites and I have been very satisfied with their prices, shipping, customer service, and quality of products so far. These two sites are on the lower end of quality and you do have to be more cautious and investigate the stuff that you buy from them, especially leather goods.
I normally get my rope halters and grooming equipment from them as it's cheaper there. It doesn't have to be detailed unless you really want to, but it would be good to know if they had rude customer service people, they charged you but never shipped your order, they 'conveniently' forgot that you had an order with them and you never received it, if they won't respond to call/emails, that sort of thing.
I get very frustrated with Dover since you seem to have to look through every published catalog to get the best price. If you just look on the website for a product you are not necessarily getting their current sale price.
We have a store not too far from here, it's in Halifax (which to get there is like 5-6 hour drive) We have very good customer service when we went to the store, and they have lots of equipment and tack as well as show clothes (Mostly English...) They have good quality stuff. We have also ordered from our local feed store, it was only a bit that had plastic covering the metal that half broke off after a little while.
So we went and looked at the bits again and told the workers what happened, and they were very nice! I have mainly just gotten rope equipment from Horse friendly, so I can't say much on their leather goods (what few they have).
Their reins/lead ropes are very nice though.ETA: Ray, would you mind including a link to the website that you use. They offer free shipping plus either a fittings package or full gullet kit with the Winters, which makes their prices the best around.
Welcome To AdamsHorseSupplies I use horse .com or valleyvet.com for reformers, medical, tack room stuff, etc. Big D's has some of the best prices on supplements around, Big Dee's Tack & Doghouse Pet Supplies I use either Valley Vet or KV Vet Supply for prescription medications, like but, ace, bane mine, etc.
They notified me the next day that the bell boots were on back order and said I wouldn't get them for a month or so. For instance, I got a Person Alpine HW (1200D) blanket that I couldn't find for less than $150 anywhere (the average was around $200 when I was looking) else for around $95, plus shipping, from Equestrian Collections.
I would never pay their non-sale prices for things because I really feel like a lot of stuff is more expensive than it needs to be, but they have awesome sales! I'm not a huge fan of their return policies (basically, once you try a blanket on your horse, you can't send it back) but so far everything has fit well so it's good.
So far I really likeSchneiders State line Martial Tack of the Day (shipping may be slow but you are notified before you buy the deal AND its good prices) The having to save paper catalogs and hunt through them is beyond irritating but good CS and decent sales.
Horsepower, good prices and quality IF you know what you are after and purchase by the brand name. An Ovation girth is an Ovation girth regardless of which vendor ships it to you, so if I know exactly what item and the company that makes it, I am fine purchasing from them.
I ordered a pair of riding boots and 2 days later I got them. I had to return them regretfully because they were really too tall, but the customer service was very helpful in telling me how to send it back, and I was refunded without any issues. I love Green hawk as well.
I sometimes wished they had lower quality products that were less expensive since I don't need anything very fancy, but they always have great sales every year... so I sometimes get those pricey items for cheap. www.rods.com As implied by their name, they sell Western horse supplies, clothing, and decor.
They do have a small English selection, but I'm not sure how good it is compared to Dover or something. They are based out of Columbus Ohio, so shipping is relatively quick.
Green hawk Harness & Equestrian They have English, western, TB racing, STB racing, Harness, books, videos, blankets, riding apparel, health care, grooming and stable supplies. I also vote for Green hawk, never have had a bad experience with them. It's difficult up here in Canada, shipping often turns a bargain buy into a 'too expensive to consider' option.
I used to buy a lot of stuff from Green River Tack but no more, their shipping was always expensive to Canada, but often it was still worth it, but their customer service simply SUCKS, so they lost my custom. This will possibly help people to find a good place to order their stuff online and hopefully prevent anyone from getting screwed by someplace that has horrible customer service. I do a lot of my shopping in these sites and I have been very satisfied with their prices, shipping, customer service, and quality of products so far.
These two sites are on the lower end of quality and you do have to be more cautious and investigate the stuff that you buy from them, especially leather goods. It doesn't have to be detailed unless you really want to, but it would be good to know if they had rude customer service people, they charged you but never shipped your order, they 'conveniently' forgot that you had an order with them and you never received it, if they won't respond to call/emails, that sort of thing.
Not everyone understands why someone would use Hecate reins for riding, but they are very helpful in teaching your horse how to give to pressure when it is applied. I found that most quality Hecate reins cost around $150-$200 and that is without slobber straps.
The one that intrigued me the most was parachute cord ropes, parachute cord is used for making all kinds of things, and I am not terrible at braiding (I was pretty good at boondoggle as a kid) so I looked into making them myself. I found a couple of places that sell supplies to make Hecate reins but the one I liked the most was U-Braid-It or Amazon is a great place to find good priced para cord as well as this listing.
They even sold me instructions and suggested the lengths of para cord that I needed to be able to make a 22-foot Hecate rein. Here is the start of my 22-foot Hecate reins that I braided, the hemostat was very helpful in keeping everything nice and tight.
The process of braiding is not terribly hard to do a twelve strand Hecate rein and after a while, it became second nature to work on it. So now I can make Hecate reins when I need them, and they are very strong and feel great.
Looking forward to the Boniface Rodeo in first week of October come by and see us. We will be having Jeff Bellinger, the Equine Dentist from Jacksonville Florida here to float your horse teeth.
We have wide arrange of assorted used saddles and tack, horse gear, and wrangler feed. A Wonderful place for beginner riders to come get your horse saddled up for a reasonable price.