Style Inspiration: Fall Equestrian Home

Fall is officially here and we can’t get enough of the smell of pumpkin pie and cinnamon apples filling our home. As we begin to think about preparing our home for Thanksgiving and Holiday season, we’ve started gathering some of our favorite equestrian style fall home decor ideas. From horse pillows, stirrup inspired chandeliers, and equestrian art take a look at some of our favorite room ideas for this fall.

A favorite horse portrait and silver riding trophies give the traditional equestrian style touches to this living room, which was designed by Lee W. Robinson. Image credit: Lee W. Robinson

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If you like a more modern look, focus on a bright color palate with equestrian style accessories. Bright orange hues and dark wood accents make the perfect equestrian color palate. Don’t be afraid to use your riding boots, saddles, or tack as part of your interior design decor.

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The large island horses wall art with leather-trimmed accent tables and pops of pattern from the pillows gives this room great focal points. We also love the rich orange and grey wall stripe accent on the main focal wall. It’s all in the details…

Source: https://www.porterconstructionllc.com/our-work/fox-hill-farm-trophy-room-addition

We always love personalization in the home. What makes your home unique? If you have your favorite saddle blankets you’ve won, medals, trophies, or even used tack from a favorite horse, use this photo for inspiration to help you design your wall.

As we think about the Fall and spending time with family we remember the most important part is being comfortable! Starting the fireplace, watching scary movies on television as Halloween approaches and cozying up on the couch eating some homemade pumpkin pie. At Goode Rider, we embrace this concept. Each piece we design is carefully crafted to ensure the most comfortable feel. We’ve selected some of our favorite fall pieces that you can lounge in while you decorate the house for fall!

Pictured above : Calvary Vest Toffee, Glam Down Parka Bronze, and the Goode Rider Body Sculpting Seamless tights

Speaking of Halloween, don’t forget to carve your equestrian inspired pumpkins!

We saved some of our favorite horse pumpkins to share with you below…

What To Wear To World Equestrian Games 2018

Are you ready for the most exciting week in equestrian sports? Held every four years in the middle of the Olympic Games cycle is The FEI World Equestrian Games™ . It is one of the biggest events in sports, combining eight equestrian World Championship caliber events in a pre-determined location. The following FEI disciplines are included in the World Equestrian Games: Showjumping, Dressage, Para-Equestrian Dressage, Eventing, Driving, Endurance, Vaulting, and Reining. The 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games is held in Mill Spring, NC over thirteen days from September 11-23 at the Tryon International Equestrian Center.

Over 500,000 spectators will watch the biggest names in equestrian sports compete for the prestigious winnings in 8 different equestrian disciplines. Located near the city of Asheville, Tryon Equestrian Center is close to first-class shopping, dining, golfing, and entertainment. At this year’s opening ceremonies event, five-time Grammy award nominee country singer and artist, Hunter Hayes, will be performing at the games. “We are honored to bring our community together here for the WEG to celebrate their good fortune and expose a broader generation to equestrian sport,” said Mark Bellissimo of Tryon Equestrian Center.

One of the most exciting events we enjoy watching is the Vaulting competition. Watching the grace and flexibility of both rider and horse is simply amazing. Watching the vaulting sport is almost like watching acrobatics or gymnastics on horseback!

While we all enjoy riding and competing with our own horses, the World Equestrian Games is one of those events that inspires not only the competitive equestrian, but also those who love horses as pets and enjoy watching these powerful animals perform in front of thousands.

To view the full schedule of events for the World Equestrian Games, go here.

With performances and equestrian sports happening at Tryon 2018, we’ve got your outfit needs covered for the World Equestrian Games. As Fall style approaches and the weather predicting a rainy forecast, we suggest packing your rain coats and welly boots (just in case!) The Goode Rider  Equestrian Jeans Full Seat Breeches are classic pants to wear on site at the Tryon Equestrian Center. We suggest wearing the Goode Rider comfy tee to sport your equestrian style with the horse design on the back. Accessorize it with a horse print scarf and an equestrian style black leather bag, and you’ll look chic without sacrificing the comfort.

Click on the products to shop the above look, or find them at Dover Saddlery on site at the World Equestrian Games at Tryon Equestrian Center.

Equestrian Jeans Full Seat Breeches: These modified mid rise full seat breech with a custom Fit waistband and Velcro closures at the bottom feature front jean pockets and flattering jean pockets in back with an embossed spur design. They fit like your favorite pair of jeans, only better as the fabric has stretch and gives you the ultimate comfort in the saddle.

Reign Jacket: This stylish colorful jacket will brighten your outlook on a dreary rainy day. The streamlined silhouette with a drawcord in back lets you get a turned in look at waist. We love the double entry pockets with zipper and snap closure and pretty contrast piping. Grosgrain detailing highlights the feminine princess paneling. The 2-way zipper in front and a longer pleated back with a hidden zipper and gusset ensures you stay dry. Cuff zippers with gussets finishes this fashionable rain coat.

Spring Sport Shirt: Super lightweight, silky, technical fabric in a fun sporty long sleeve sun stopper shirt. This shirt will take you on any activity from running to bike riding or horseback. The treamlined silhouette with contrast details throughout is perfect for the event. Constructed with thin poly/spandex mesh under sleeve, raglan and center back provides for extra comfort, breathability and coolness.

If you can’t attend this year’s World Equestrian Games, be sure to tune in to the live coverage on NBC Sports click here for the TV schedule.

The Hampton Classic Style

As Summer comes to a close, horses and riders finish up their summer competition tour at their favorite boutique venues. One of our favorite outdoor horse shows to end the summer in style is the Hampton Classic in Bridgehampton, New York. For over 40 years, the Hampton Classic has been a longstanding tradition for New York socialites and celebrities both riders and spectators alike.

Known as the ‘Hollywood Horse Show’, celebrities like Jerry Seinfeld, Martha Stewart, Matt Later and Steven Spielberg watch from the sidelines in the exclusive VIP tent overlooking both the Grand Prix and Hunter fields. Some stars and their children are even avid equestrian competitors at the Hampton Classic like Mary Kate Olsen, Jessica Springsteen, and Georgina Bloomberg.

Mary Kate Olsen competing at the Hampton Classic Horse Show 
Photo: The Book LLC / Town & Country

Style is one of the most important aspects of the Hampton Classic. Many riders and spectators can shop the boutique garden and find beautiful fashion, accessories, and handmade jewelry. Attire is ‘summer chic’ and many spectators walk around the horse show in their ‘hampton white’ sundresses, colorful printed tunics, and straw sun hats.

Grand Prix Sunday at the Hampton Classic is one of the most highly attended events in the Hamptons during the summer. The tables inside the VIP tent are decorated by the table sponsors in elegant florals, accessories, and table decorations. Every year the themes change, and we highly recommend getting VIP tickets for the day.

Be sure to stop by our friends at Kaval in the boutique garden to see what’s new from Goode Rider!

The Goode Rider Posh Jeggings paired with a crisp white button down shirt and slides is the perfect equestrian style look to wear at the Hampton Classic.

This year, the Hampton Classic runs from August 26-September 3. If you can’t attend this year’s event, be sure to watch the live stream of the competition here. To view a schedule of events go here.

Saratoga Equestrian Style

Have you ever visited the historic ‘equestrian style’ town, Saratoga in New York? If you haven’t, we highly recommend a trip, or even adding the Saratoga Horse Shows to your horse show bucket list.

About Saratoga

The Battles of Saratoga (September 19 and October 7, 1777) marked the peak of the Saratoga campaign; the attempt by the British to gain military control of the Hudson River valley during the American Revolutionary War. Today, we know it as the ‘southernmost foothills of the Adirondack Region in Upstate New York’. The slogan for Saratoga Springs is, “Health, History, and Horses,” the three things it is best known for.

Full of rich history, mineral springs, historic inns and parks, Skidmore College, eclectic boutiques and shopping on Broadway street, and the traditional Saratoga Race Track, Saratoga is quite the place to visit during the Summer.

Photo source: Equestrian Stylist

Saratoga is one of the few places left rich in minerals. The springs are a result of a geological fault that allows water trapped  in shale layers to surface. Historically, settlers here would bathe and drink the Saratoga waters to heal and cure themselves of ailments. Even George Washington was an advocate of Saratoga’s restorative powers. Even today, some doctors recommend ‘taking the waters’ to cure kidney and liver complaints, rheumatism, diabetes, heartburn, cancer, malaria, hangovers, and more.

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The ‘old dirt track on Union Ave’ is one of the oldest race tracks in American history. By many accounts, it is also known as the oldest organized sporting venue of any kind in the country. One of it’s most famous races, ‘The Travers’, nicknamed Midsummer Derby, brings together the greatest three-year-old horses to the race course to compete for the $1.25 million purse. Saratoga is also known for it’s high profile Thoroughbred Sales industry, which sales running through Fasig Tipton during August and October.

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Fiberglass horse statues are painted throughout the town to recognize Saratoga’s art scene. Shopping on broadway is one of our favorite activities. The buildings are rich in history, and you can find unique pieces in the boutiques you won’t find anywhere else. One of our favorite stores is Saratoga Saddlery! Be sure to stop in and tell them hey from the Goode Rider Gals 😉

Photo: Saratogian

Shop our ‘Summer Saratoga Look’ below!

Happy Polo: Silky yet technical this fun polo is as functional as it is flattering.

Vogue Jean: Among the most Flattering of Jean Breeches in a Mid Rise Fit.

Reign Jacket: This stylish colorful jacket will brighten your outlook on a dreary rainy day. Streamlined silhouette with a drawcord in back so you can get a turned in look at waist.

 

 

 

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7 Tips To Prepare for Pony Finals

In 1976, the American Horse Shows Association launched Pony Finals as a national event, open to all members who met the qualifying criteria. As a longstanding tradition,  the USEF Pony Finals is the most prestigious and celebrated event of its kind in the United States. The event takes places in Lexington, Kentucky and features the Regular Hunter Pony and Green Hunter Pony finals, a three phase competition judging the pony’s conformation, way of moving and jumping ability.

The Marshall & Sterling/USEF Pony Medal Final tests young riders’ equitation, judging their ability to compete over a technical and challenging course of fences. As junior riders dream of competing in the Grand Prix ring one day, the USEF Pony Jumper Championship was designed to build the foundation for this. 

Photo by Barre Dukes / Phelps Sports

Mentally and physically Pony Finals can be an exhausting event, especially for parents. It is critical to be sure you and your team are mentally and physically prepared for this exciting event. This year, Pony Finals is August 8- August 12, 2018 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky.

  1. Pack extra competition apparel: go through your trainer’s checklist from the barn and make sure you have everything you need for this top event. Be sure to pack extra shirts and pants (just in case!) Riders will need everything from their breeches and riding shirts, to stock ties, gloves, and shad bellies.
  2. Polish those boots! Make sure the tops of the toes and calves are extra shiny. This is an event you’ll definitely want to stand out in the crowd.
  3. Get enough rest: make sure you and your child are in bed early the night before the big event. Even if the class goes late in the day, it’s best to get to the show and watch the course in the divisions prior to plan the best ride.
  4. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! Pony Finals is during the month of August, where temperatures can be pretty hot. Overly hydrate on the trip up and during the event to keep your body in top condition.
  5. Eat a nutritious meal: eating a well-balanced meal the night before Pony Finals will help energize you and young riders for this exciting event. Try to eat plenty of greens and protein while avoiding sweets the night before.
  6. Take deep breathes: Pony Finals can be one of the most nerve wracking events due to the level of competition, pressure kids are under, and the environment. Taking deep breathes and meditating before entering the ring can be a calming exercise to help both horse and rider with nerves.
  7. Have Fun: Remember to motivate your young rider and explain that this event is mostly about ‘having fun’. Don’t be discouraged if your pony acts up, or if your rider ‘chips a jump’, it’s about the experience and meeting up with the top ponies in the country.

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8 Easy Horsemanship Tips to Build The Relationship With Your Horse

With all of the twists and turns and ups and downs of life, it’s critical to remember that strengthening your relationships create a healthier life. Building and strengthening the relationship between you and your horse is also a key element in healthy horsemanship. Whether you’re training a young green horse, working on some discipline issues, or simply looking to ‘reconnect’, we are here to provide you with eight tips to help grow the relationship between you and your equine.

1. Spending time: the key to every relationship is spending quality time. Spend some time to get to know your horse on another level other than just riding. Take him for a hand walk or nice graze under a shade tree. The more time you spend getting to know your horse, the stronger bond you will share.

2. Learn your horse’s body language: Have you ever felt like sometimes you just can sense what your horse is thinking? When you’re really trying to understand what your horse is telling you, watch his body language. Is he fussing with his tail and possibly upset with his surroundings? Are his ears forward and his neck relaxed, looking calm and relaxed? Your horse will confide in you if you allow him. Learning ‘what makes him tick’ will take time, but take note on what he likes and doesn’t like to help lead him to his happiness.

3. Practice ground training exercises regularly: oftentimes we get stuck in the habit of riding every day, and not working on ground training. If ground manners start becoming a problem, take him back to the basics of being patient on the ground. Don’t let him ‘take advantage’ and push you over when you’re trying to lead him. Sometimes our horses begin to think they are the boss after being spoiled for too long. Remember, it’s our job to teach them that we are the boss leading them.

*the Goode Rider Forever Shirt is a great top to wear while working at the barn and bonding with your horse. It’s cut a little bit looser for comfort, yet the flattering princess panels add shape. 

4. Reward good behavior: this is huge! If your horse had an exceptional day, be sure to reward him. If you’re riding and he does an excellent course, give him a pat on the neck. After your ride, treat him to some carrots or apples, or even a sweet snack of peppermints.

5. Regular grooming and bubble baths: Building a bond with your horse means getting up close and personal. Rub him down with regularly to check the nooks and crannies of his legs and body for any possible cuts, scrapes, or matted hair. When you know the ins and outs of your horse’s body, you will be able to build a better relationship to understand if something is bothering him.

6. Take him or her ‘off property’: Whether you go out for a trail ride, or a local horse show, getting off the barn property is great for any horse’s mind.

7. Introduce your horse to your friends and family: You introduce your significant other to your friends and family, so why not your horse? Horses love to interact with humans, so if you bring your friends and family by, give them some treats as they meet him. Your relationship with your horse will grow when you feel confident enough to ‘show him off’ to others.

8. Talk to your horse: It seems so simple, but it’s one of the best ways to communicate with your horse. Whether you’re in the tack, or on the ground, be vocal with your equine friends. Don’t just cluck at him, talk to him and tell him ‘you’re a good boy’. If you’re having trouble finding a distance to the jump, I always recommend singing a song to help keep the rhythm. Your horse will appreciate the tune, too!

Ashley Cagle of EquestrianStylist.com aboard “Hadfield’s Minuet”, her retired hunter/jumper Dutch Warmblood in Ocala, Florida Photo by: Kathy Cline Photography

There becomes a point where you become so comfortable with your horse, you can just lay on their back with no halter and lead rope in the pasture. It’s a remarkable ‘freeing’ feeling to just enjoy the back of your horse while grazing. The best relationships are built on those with trust, and the more you can grow your trust with your horse, the better!

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Devon Horse Show Traditions

Since 1896, The Devon Horse Show has been held in late May through early June in Devon, Pennsylvania. It is the oldest and largest outdoor multi-breed equestrian competition in the United States. The traditions are rich at the Devon Horse Show, from the country fair, ladies day luncheon, to vendors row and food, we’ll walk you through some of the well known sights and experiences from this exciting event.

Photo Credit: Devonhorseshow.net

Carriage Driving

The carriage driving four-in-hand events are some of the most exciting to watch at the Devon Horse Show. When spectators first came to the Devon Horse Show back in the early nineteen hundreds, many showed up in horse-drawn carriage. The coaching division (pictured above) is one of the most traditional. These elaborate carriages are fully equipped with uniformed grooms and footmen and adorned with all the details they would have had when new, including packed sandwiches, candle lit headlights, and umbrella holders. Every night through Friday there is a different coaching class to test the horses and drivers. Some are judged on beauty and authenticity, while others are judged on speed and how fast they can go through a difficult course of orange cones.

Saddlebred

Some of the most traditional equestrian sports stem from the Saddlebred industry. The Saddlebred is exhibited in several different divisions including five-gaited, three-gaited, fine harness, pleasure, park, and western. The traditional ‘saddle seat’ attire includes jodhpurs, collard dress shirt, vest, black gloves, boots, and a top hat. Don’t be alarmed if you see fashion stylist Carson Kressley ringside (or showing) at the Devon Horse Show. He is a Saddlebred traditionalist and has been showing at the Devon Horse Show since 1986. “There is so much tradition here. There is no other place that has the ambience that Devon has. You can go shopping, there’s a big crowd, it’s the charm of the Main Line, the blue and white…..we don’t have another horse show that’s like this.” – Carson was quoted on Devon from an article published at US Equestrian here a few years back.

Photo by: Equestrianstylist.com

Pony Hunt Teams 

Perhaps one of the most exciting events for the children is the pony hunt teams. The children and ponies competing at the Devon Horse Show are the top competing ponies in the country (top 30 get qualified). For pony hunt teams, a group of 3 riders (in the same size division) plan a theme to dress up together in costume for this event. The riders have to jump a full course of 8 jumps in a single-file line until the final jump where everyone jumps together in sync, not to mention – all according to a song they choose to play over the loud speaker. Anything and everything goes in this class, and the kids (and ponies) get a kick out of this class since Devon is the only horse show that offers this exciting opportunity.

Photo by: Equestrianstylist.com

Leadline

Devon Horse Show features the best in all breeds, but also all ages. Leadline is not just a show for the little rider, but also the handler. Handlers are to dress to impress with fashionable outfits coordinating both pony and rider. Usually there are over 80 leadline entries between the two divisions, under four years old, and four years old and up.

Weather in Devon, PA can be sporadic, so we recommend bringing a versatile jacket ‘just in case’ it rains or the wind is blowing. The Goode Rider Warm Up Jacket is the perfect piece to include in your Devon Horse Show packing list. This 3 in 1 Jacket is super versatile and fashionable at the same time. Outer layer is water repellent for those rainy days, its zips in and out and can be worn with or without the underlayer, depending on temperatures. The inside layer is a knit jacket that can be worn separately.

Best of luck to all of the competitors showing at the Devon Horse Show this week! It is a huge accomplishment to compete at the Devon Horse Show, and the memories will last forever. If you’re attending, be sure to grab some traditional Devon tea sandwiches and a box of fudge – you’ll go back for seconds, for sure!

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Happy Mother’s Day

This Mother’s Day show your mom how much you love her by gifting her something she will really love. If she’s a horse lover, we’ve got her covered…

Go for a trail ride! Whether you’re close to the mountains or the beach, pack up the horse trailer, tack, and horses and get off the property for the day. Your horses will enjoy the scenery just as much as she will with you!Take her out for a spa day – any lady loves a manicure, pedicure, facial, or massage (or all of the above for the day!)

Shower her with Goode Rider goodies! – From functional equestrian rain coats, equestrian competition apparel, and comfy equestrian style tees, Goode Rider has great gifts for Mom.

  1. Reign Jacket:This stylish colorful jacket will brighten her outlook on a dreary rainy day. Streamlined silhouette with a drawcord in back so you can get a turned in look at waist. Double entry pockets with zipper and snap closure and pretty contrast piping. Grosgrain detailing highlights the feminine princess paneling. 2-way zipper in front and a longer pleated back with a hidden zipper and gusset ensures you stay dry. Cuff zippers with gussets finishes this fashionable rain coat.
  2. Ideal Show Shirt: Our ever popular show and schooling shirt in a moisture wicking fabric. Flattering princess seaming with contrast banding and coverstitch for a streamlined silhouette. Mock neck zip front with pretty silver horsebit pull. Logo embroidery on chest or sleeve and a back Loop for stocktie on white.
  3. Goode Rider Comfy Tee: Silky, super thin yet technical, this fun tee is exactly what it’s named after, super comfortable. Loose A-line cut silhouette with an asymmetrical hemline. Ribbed, raw hems finishes the bottom and sleeve cuff. Goode Rider printed logo on back and sleeve.

Make her one of her favorite meals – make one of your childhood favorites she used to make for you growing up, or be spontaneous and check out a new recipe you found on a blog or healthy website.

And finally, don’t forget to tell her you Love her in a sweet card… Remember to thank her for all those times she supported you at the horse show, groomed your horses / ponies while you were competing, made sure you got to the horse show on time, and cheered you on every step of the way. She truly is the BEST and be sure to give her lots of love and hugs for being your momma.

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Summer Equestrian Essentials

Whether your galloping across hay fields, or trail riding on the beach, the Summer is approaching and it’s time to relax and enjoy the outdoors with your favorite equine. As the warm weather approaches and the sun heats up, remember to keep your skin and your horse’s skin protected. We’ve got some helpful tips and summer essentials to keep you cool and comfortable this Summer!

Our new Goode Rider Seamless Cooltech Jacket is perfect for riding outdoors in bright sun. It’s sweat wicking properties will keep you cool and comfortable. The seamless design with slight ruching at waist for a super comfortable and flattering fit. This very flattering seamless lined design gives a beautiful silhouette in and out of the tack. No seams mean no chafing. Fabric is lightweight, perfect for spring, yet blocks the sun. Don’t forget: a  new pair of sunglasses are always a treat for the Summertime! We love the lightweight aviators by Ray Ban- classic, and chic! Our new Goode Rider Couture Breech is the best way to go from the stables to the city streets.  These breeches are super elegant and flattering in a mid rise fit. They are designed with a new composition of specially twisted yarns for incredible stretch and recovery. The silver horse bit hardware on the front pockets are a subtle equestrian style touch. Get some fun tech-socks for riding in your favorite summer prints, and don’t forget to stock up on a bucket of peppermints for the ponies!

Lexol Quick Wipes from Dover Saddlery are a great way to keep your tack clean and fresh after a good workout on your horse. Don’t let your tack get moldy, and clean it after every ride. Your horse and hands will thank you later! Our new Goode Rider Seamless Cooltech Tank is another great top for an extremely warm day in the summer. Go from yoga class to the barn in this super-flattering zip up top that also blocks the sun. The silky elastic hair ties (that you can pretty much get anywhere nowadays) are great to wear around your wrist until you are ready to pull your hair up. Always keep one on you during the Spring/Summer. Lather up with some broad spectrum zinc oxide sunscreen, and don’t forget to spray your horse with some sunscreen to keep his/her coat looking it’s best. The Healthy Haircare Sunscreen from Dover Saddlery is a great choice! The Goode Rider Happy Polo is another great option to go from the stables out to lunch with your girlfriends. Silky yet technical, this fun polo is as functional as it is flattering. The embroidery details are fun and add a touch of equestrian style throughout. Each colorway has a different embroidery with a catchy saying in back. Feminine mother of pearl buttons on placket are a knockout.

Happy Spring/Summer everyone! XX, Good Rider Gals.

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Highlights from Miami Beach Global Champions Tour

The waters are crystal clear. It’s 80 degrees with a slight breeze coming off of the sea. The sun is shining and there’s just a few clouds in the sky. Collins Park on Miami Beach is booming with the sights and sounds of the Longines Global Champions Tour. Spectators line the rail on the beach wearing bikinis, coverups, and fedoras with a camera or cell phone camera in hand. The horse gallops by and 3, 2, 1… JUMPS over the middle vertical in the triple combination on the rail just 30 feet from the ocean…

Wow. Talk about the ultimate equestrian experience! The Longines Global Champions Tour Miami Beach features  world’s best horses and riders during the first week of April. The riders, horses, and spectators get to enjoy this relaxing beach setting after finishing a long winded Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida.

For the fourth year, this event is separated into two categories- CSI5* and CSI2* classes. The CSI5* is the top level, where the top ranked riders in the world compete for the highest prize money, over the biggest jumps – up to 1.60M. The CSI 2* is smaller in fence hight, and offers opportunities for many local athletes as well as international rising equestrian stars. 

One of our favorite jumps in the arena was the simple skinny “Miami Beach” vertical facing the ocean.

Celebrity rider Jennifer Gates clears the ‘seahorse fence’ at the Longines Global Champions Tour in a classic white and navy ensemble matching her horse’s attire. 

The crowd intensely stared as the horses jumped just inches away from their faces over the rail. 

Olivier Philippaerts was spotted wearing the family H&M equestrian styled ensemble. Talk about one handsome team…

You couldn’t help but stare at these beautiful horses and riders in the arena at the Longines Global Champions Tour. It’s an incredible event, and if you ever get the chance to experience the thrills of this tour, be sure to check the schedule and mark your calendars for the next one!

Until then, we will keep dreaming from the sidelines.

As the summer nears, we recommend wearing sun stopper shirts that are cool and comfortable for riding, beach outings, or hiking trails. Check out the Goode Rider ‘featured style’ for Miami Beach below.

 

Goode Rider Goode Sportshirt: Super lightweight, silky, technical fabric in a fun sporty long sleeve sun stopper shirt. This shirt will take you on any activity from running to bike riding or horseback. Streamlined silhouette with contrast details throughout.

Goode Rider Bodysculpting Tights Knee Patch: Our latest riding tights are made from an exciting new technology Nilit Innergy Fiber made with Nylon/Spandex and Silicon F/S provides anti-cellulite, energizing, and body-sculptingproperties These riding breeches take you from a yoga session on the beach, to a riding lesson at the barn, and no need to go home and change. Comfortable, flexible, and super flattering!

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