Join Spectrum on Wednesday October 20,2021 in welcoming Dr. Glenn Gillard who will be with us to discuss Management of Horses in South Florida. I...
You can help Spectrum #yourlocaltackshop during this super difficult time for small businesses! Dreamers n’ Schemers are selling custom tack shop ...
Tomorrow’s Rainbow, in partnership with the Broward County public school system Summer Resiliency Program is opening their farm to middle school and high school students in the MSD zone for free Day At The Farm, on July 17th.
Show your support for the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas Students, Faculty & Families at every riding event! The equestrian community in Parkland and our surrounding areas is pulling together for the most important of causes ever! Email Ellie@SpectrumSaddleShop.Com or Sallymtch@gmail.com to get order form! Maroon & White Ranch Shirts in Men's Sizes S-XXL. Ladies White Polo XS- XL. Ladies White Tank S-XL. Limited sizes available.
ERS & Waldhausen First of Many Companies Sending Supplies to Area Groups Offering Equestrian Based Therapy to Students, Faculty & Families of Marjorie Stoneman Douglas in Parkland
Immediately following the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, two of Spectrum Saddle Shop’s top suppliers voiced their desire to help local groups offering equine therapy to those affected by the horrific event. English Riding Supply (Ovation, Pessoa, Centaur and more) and Waldhausen (well known European supplier) sent grooming and stable supplies, riding equipment, helmets, saddle pads and more in support of these beneficial programs.
International Companies Ariat and Noble Outfitters Support Community Grassroots Movement by Donating #MSDStrong Riding Shirts
A grassroots movement to bolster community pride and strength via equestrian riding shirts was envisioned by Parkland residents Dawn Watt, owner trainer of Wattland II & MSD Mom; Sally Mitchell, MSD Mom & Equestrian Community Leader & Ellie Scofield, Owner of Spectrum Saddle Shop & Galloways Farm. This project is now being supported by Ariat & Noble Outfitters, two of the largest and most successful apparel companies in the equestrian business.