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What to Wear for Lessons

English Boots:

Dressage boots offer support and stability to the rider's lower leg, maintaining proper position and preventing interference with the horse's sides. The tall, slim profile and sturdy leather construction provide protection against accidental knocks or brushes with the horse's body. Paddock boots are also perfectly acceptable and are typically a more realistic option for students who are still growing.

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Western Boots:

Western riding boots offer stability and support, crucial for safety while riding. The heel prevents the foot from slipping through the stirrup, while the sturdy construction protects the feet and ankles from potential injuries caused by the horse's weight and movement. Long boots also prevent chafing and pinching from stirrup leathers, offering additional protection in case of a fall.

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Helmet:

All Texas Equine students are required to wear helmets while participating in mounted lessons. Helmets play an integral role in keep each student student. There are a variety of options available. Purchasing a helmet with an adjustable dial is ideal as this will allow for a snug fit. There are many different colors available-this is a great chance to choose a fun design! 

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