Bridle Path Tack English tack made by leading manufacturers all over the world, from the United States to England, Germany, Italy and beyond. "Tack" is a term that refers to all the equipment used on a horse as it is being ridden or handled, including saddles, girths, stirrup leathers, stirrup irons, bridles, bits, halters, surcingles and more. Our selection of quality horse tack spans all price points from the most budget-friendly to top-of-the-line premier items, and it comes in styles suited for both schooling and showing. Whether you’re a competitive hunter, jumper, event or dressage rider —or simply enjoy leisure riding— you’ll find all the tack you’ll need to enter the ring or hit the trails. With the exception of metal or composite horse bits and stirrup irons, most tack is crafted from leather. However, almost every item can also be found in manmade materials. Leather tack, whether it is a saddle, girth, halter or lungeing surcingle, is appreciated by many riders for its inherent beauty, rich color, texture and fine stitch detail. Leather promises great durability, but only when properly cared for with regular cleaning and conditioning with pH balanced leather care products specifically formulated for the task. Leather tack is available to suit all budgets, but it is generally more expensive than most synthetic alternatives. Synthetic tack is appreciated by some riders because it is economical, durable, exceptionally easy-care and lighter in weight than leather versions. A synthetic saddle is virtually weatherproof, won’t scratch easily and can be cleaned with soap and water. A synthetic girth can simply be hosed off and hung to dry. A nylon halter can be soaked in soapy water and scrubbed with a brush.