Spurs & Riding Crops
A whip is a useful tool in training or correction. Using a whip stimulates the flight response of your horse, encouraging it to move forward. Through good control of your horse, it will then move forward in a controlled manner. Only use a whip when necessary.
Jumping whips are extra short and often have a slightly rougher handle to provide additional grip during the course. Jumping whips are allowed in all classes and can have a maximum length of 75 cm for competition use.
A dressage whip fits comfortably in the hand and is lightweight. According to KNHS regulations, dressage whips are permitted in the B and L classes. During these competitions, whips can have a maximum length of 110 cm. In our range, there are also whips available with greater length, which are not allowed in competitions but can be useful during training.
Spurs are an additional aid during horse riding and enhance the effect of leg aids. Use spurs only when necessary to avoid dulling the horse's responsiveness and to maintain the effectiveness of this reinforcing aid.
There are different types of spurs available in various lengths and designs. These include straight spurs, knob spurs, block spurs, hammer spurs, and wheel spurs. They are available in different lengths: 15mm, 20mm, and 30mm. Explore the selection of our horse spurs above and discover which variant is suitable for you.