A Sustainable Equestrian Can Also Be A Savvy One
When it comes to horses, what’s better than saving money? Saving money while also saving the planet! Being sustainable and savvy is easier than it appears and has major benefits for more than just you. That’s why The Tried Equestrian was built on the goal of creating longer life cycles for tack and apparel, thus giving the equestrian community access to quality used equipment and the opportunity to contribute less waste to our already overcrowded landfills.
Taking sustainability into account ensures that we not only get to continue to enjoy riding and taking care of our horses, but that future generations do as well. It impacts the land that is available for us to ride on and the pastures that our horses graze, as well as our ability to transport our horses so easily from show to show and even across oceans. Here are a few ideas to get you and your barn started on a more sustainable, eco-friendly, and budget-conscious journey.
Want to read more? Check out the full blog post over on The Tried Equestrian! The Tried Equestrian (TTE) is the premiere site for quality consignment and discount equestrian apparel and tack. Their founder, Taylor Hall, started TTE when she noticed that there was no one organized place to purchase quality equestrian consignment and second-hand apparel, accessories, and tack. She wanted to provide a one-stop-shop for riders to purchase high quality styles at more affordable prices. Taylor also wanted to encourage the equestrian community to give their used items a second life instead of throwing them away.
TTE works hard to serve their consignors and customers with an easy, reliable, and transparent buying and selling experience because they know that horses change, styles change, and sizes change. They even offer complimentary shopping assistance to help you and your horse look and feel your best! To learn more about The Tried Equestrian’s consignor program and to shop their current selection, visit their website today!
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Until next time,