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TSC Your Equine Destination

Owning horses captures the true spirit of what Life Out Here means.

Whether you see them as valued coworkers in the course of your daily chores, or as cherished riding and recreational partners, they go hand in hand (or hoof in hoof) with the spirit of independence and freedom that makes Life Out Here so special. That’s why Tractor Supply carries everything you need to keep your equine friends healthy, happy and productive.


Equine Tack

From saddles, saddle racks, saddle blankets and accessories, to halters, leads, bridles, headstalls, bits, spurs and more, we have everything you need to outfit your horse for either work or recreation. And should you ever need a DIY fix on anything, we carry a wide selection of tack repair items as well.

Riding Apparel

You name it…if it’s clothing dedicated to horsemanship, you’ll find it at Tractor Supply. From boots, to hats, to jeans, to shirts, we have the gear you need to look – and perform – your best.

Feed, Health, Stall Equipment & Farrier Supplies

We’re horse owners too. So we understand just how much work goes in to keeping them feeling and performing at the top of their game. That’s why we carry everything you need to ensure their health and comfort day in and day out; from feed, forage, treats and supplements to feeders and waterers…from hoof and leg care to grooming and fly control… and from stall equipment to fencing. 

Horse Know-How

We’ve learned a thing or two over the years about properly caring for horses. So we invite you to check out the helpful tips and tricks below to see how our experience can help shorten your own learning curve.