Adirondack Tack

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Adirondack Tack
Adirondack Tack is listed in the Horse Furnishings category in Plattsburgh, New York. Displayed below is the only current social network for Adirondack Tack which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Adirondack Tack on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

Contact information for Adirondack Tack is:
795 State Route 3
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
(518) 562-4630

"Adirondack Tack" - ZapScore Report

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Adirondack Tack has an overall ZapScore of 62. This means that Adirondack Tack has a higher ZapScore than 62% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Plattsburgh, New York is 40 and in the Horse Furnishings category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore

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Adirondack Tack Contact Information:

  • 795 State Route 3
    Ste 106
    Plattsburgh, NY 12901
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  • Phone: (518) 562-4630
Social Posts for Adirondack Tack

Adirondack Tack shared Log Cabin Stables's event.
Saturday night!
So here is some info , Gymkhana fee --$35.00 Showing out of trailer--$10.00 Stalls for all weekend---$40.00 If you rent stall there's no trailer fee We have added money for The Jack Pot barrels thanks to DUPREY FEED & SUPPLY
6 people interested

Working with a few kids this morning on dressage tests lead me to a little reflection. One comment that I heard was that the dressage tests at a local show were "expensive". Having run a few shows in my lifetime, I understand the time and budget that goes into these things and thought I might share why dressage tests cost more than regular ring classes. First off, you want a judge that knows something. At the minimum, a judge with a clue will cost at least $250/day. Finding a decent dressage judge "close by" is difficult, so you are just about guaranteed to have to hire out of the area. This involves travel costs. With a judge from out of the area you are now probably also paying at least one night for a hotel room. In addition, you should feed your judge, so plan on probably at least 1 each of breakfast, lunch, and dinner. At basic minimum costs you are now looking at: Judge fee: $250 Travel costs (estimated from Albany at .50/mile): $80.50 Hotel room: at least $100 for something not bug infested Food: $50, if your judge is not a big eater Total so far with MINIMUM estimations is $480.50. Now we have entries. For dressage tests each of you receives a minimum of 6 minutes individual time per test. At maximum, that's 10 riders/hour. (Compare that with a "ring" judge, who can see 6 classes in an hour with 20 entries in each class = 120 riders/hour.) Now at a very low pre-entry fee of $15/test (which is cheap!) you have to have 32 tests to cover the judge's costs. That's a fair amount of tests! This doesn't even cover insurance, facility rental, port-a-potties, ribbons/trophies, and all other show costs. This is just a little food for thought as we enter show season. It is not meant to sound preachy. It is just a little insight into what is involved so that you understand why things are the way they are. Please remember that most people running shows are VOLUNTEERS. Judges and paid personnel are NOT making a ton of money. They are doing it for the love of the sport. Your entry fees are usually just covering the costs of the show, so show when you can, volunteer when you can, be supportive of ALL involved, and by all means have a good time! :)

Adirondack Tack shared Preakness Stakes's video.
Cloud Computing wins the Preakness! Did anyone even have that??!!
Cloud Computing and Javier Castellano shut out Always Dreaming and overcome Classic Empire's surge to win the 142nd Preakness Stakes!

Adirondack Tack shared NBC Sports's post.
Today is the Preakness Stakes. Who thinks Always Dreaming is coming home a winner?
Always Dreaming is a victory away from setting up a bid for the Triple Crown.
Always Dreaming has run away from the competition in four consecutive victories this year, winning by a combined 23ΒΌ lengths.

We have the Tick Twister in stock. Make sure you have one at the barn and at home!