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This Week's Love of the Week is...

The Equifit Belly Band! I don’t use this to avoid spur rubs, but I use it to avoid rubbing from students’ legs when lesson horses are body clipped in the winter. Apollo, in particular, is prone to rubbing, and, while the goal is of course to help students develop a secure leg position, this takes time and it’s important we protect our lesson horses in the meantime! They have a really important job, and their wellbeing remains a priority.

What’s the price point? $140

Where can I buy these? Happy Horse Tack Shop in Fort Collins, CO and many online vendors.

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