Bags Built for the Barn

Strong Shout out to Noble Outfitters for creating a tote that thrives in the setting of horses, spray bottles, and tailgating! The Equine Essential Tote is certainly essential in my barn, as its unique design offers convenient use, bio-security measures, and mold resistance! Going for $49.99 (with mini totes at $24.99) Rover weekend, Equine Essential Totes can be found @ HorseLoverZ Booth, One Stop Equine Shop, & In The Stirrup

Durable & Drain-able

The Equine Essential Tote is designed with a 600 denier polyester canvas that resists water and repels dirt. The heavy duty inner coating of the tote is non-porous and can be easily hosed out. The BEST thing about these totes- The coated mesh bottoms! These totes drain out their floors, and with this, damp cloths, muddy brushes, and runny spray bottles are no longer a groom’s frustration to deal with. Mold doesn’t grow in the environment that the bag presents, and bacteria does not fester, so the tote offers a level of bio-security when it travels off the farm.

Designed for Horse People

By nature, horses and horse people are not easy on their things, and they have high expectations for convenience. Ergo, the totes have been designed to stand up to horses and horse people. The flexible, durable walls of the tote allow it to bend under pressure and squeeze into spaces that should not logically contain it. There is also a space for EVERYTHING. The mix of open top & covered pockets make small item storage a breeze, and in the center of the tote individual sections are allotted for spray bottles. Light weight and practical, the Equine Essential Tote is a bag built for the barn!


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Madison Maavere

Hello, I am a young professional in the equine industry with a passion for improving horses' physical health and emotional wellness. I grew up riding horses in north Georgia and by the time I was 10, I decided I wanted to ride professionally. This dream grew into the mountain that I climbed every day, striving to reach the top. Until I was 16, I did not have my own horses, so I began diving whole-heartedly into any barn that would allow me to work off rides, training, and showing. While this path may not have gotten me the most blues in the show ring, it opened my eyes and my heart to the vastness of the horse world and how perception based it can be. When I was 16, my family moved out on 6 acres so I could have my horses at home (IE, so my family could see me on a daily basis), and for this, I am truly grateful. Running my own farm, albeit small, was liberating and humbling, and it revealed to me that my passion was not so much for riding sport, but for the love of the horse. Fast forward 6 years, and I am well into my final year as an undergraduate Equine Science/Management major at the University of Kentucky. I have been so fortunate in the opportunities I've received here and the relationships I've been able to build. The cutting edge research, quality horsemanship, and innovative businesses located around Lexington, KY have given me a strong sense of reality, and inspired me to really look at where I can make an impact in today's horse world. What I've realized is that while I like equestrian sports, I love the horse. Moreover, I love to help the horse. I want it to be happy and relaxed, to be sound and comfortable, to eat well and be healthy. I want the horse to have every defense against pathalogical disease, and I want it to have skill sets that people value so it can live a long, loved life. In this love, I feel called to advocate for the horse. I want to learn everything I can about how to improve horses' sustainable wellness, and I want to share what I learn so that horsemen of all experience, backgrounds, and goals can feel inspired and enabled to improve their horses' lives. It is my true desire to initiate and spread a dynamic in which horses are not for the industry, but the industry is for the horses.

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