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SmartPak Fans <3 Their Farriers!

We asked our Facebook fans to share why they (and their horses) love their farriers, and we loved reading their stories so much that we had to make sure that they were shared with everybody! Check out what riders like

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To: Our Farriers, Love: the Horses of SmartPak

In honor of National Farriers Week, we asked our horses to share why they love their farriers! See what the horses of SmartPak had to say, and then share your farrier shout-out here in the comments or on our Facebook,

Posted in Stories & Adventures

A Day in the Life of Isaac

Hi, my name is Issac, I am an 8-year-old Collie who comes to work with my Auntie Jess every day. My mom Rachel works in the Returns Department at SmartPak and dogs can’t go into the warehouse, so I hang

Posted in Stories & Adventures

SmartFlex: Now with more bang for your buck!

I’ve been involved with our line of SmartSupplements™ in some capacity since we formulated the very first products back in 2005. It’s been an amazing ride to see “Smarts”, as they’re affectionately known around here, grow from five to more

Posted in Blogs, Health & Nutrition

Dreams Do Come True

The last time I had been to Saratoga Springs, NY was in April of 1999, as a horse show groom. It was about this time that I was figuring out that as much as I loved working with horses, I

Posted in Stories & Adventures

Bring Out Your Inner Fly Ninja

I don’t know about where you are but here in Massachusetts we are now in full swing in our nasty ole fly season. Some of our warmer weather friends have been inundated already for quite some time and our colder

Posted in Gear Review, Stories & Adventures

The Adventures of the SmartPak Mobile Store: May & June

The SmartPak Mobile Store has been extremely busy for the last couple of months! We’ve been up and down the California coast visiting barns and attending shows. At the beginning of May, we were at the Del Mar Horse Park

Posted in Stories & Adventures

SmartPak on the Steppe: An Eventer in Enduranceland

Does riding across Mongolia count as “cross country”? All photos courtesy of Leslie Wylie. I’m an eventer, not an endurance rider, so signing up for the 2017 Mongol Derby was a little bit like entering Badminton when you’ve never jumped

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Clinics: A Stepping Stone from Home to Horse Show

Just a few short weeks ago my 6-year-old mare and I had the opportunity to attend a clinic with David Oliynyk. It had been a few years since I had the chance to attend a clinic like this, so we

Posted in Stories & Adventures

Enter Our #PiperPals Sweepstakes

Enter on Facebook Enter on Instagram Enter on Twitter #PiperPals Sweepstakes OFFICIAL RULES NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Purchase will not increase your chances of winning 1. ELIGIBILITY: Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia

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Website Conversion Optimization Analyst

Are you confident, capable and passionate about site optimization and testing? Do you enjoy knowing your work makes a difference and have the know-how to demonstrate results through analytics? Does a hard-working, collaborative, fast-paced environment sound exciting? If so, the

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From “Cow Girl” to “CowGirl” – How I Bought my First Horse

I got bit by the “horse bug” at a really young age. It may have been the Breyer horses that my grandma gave to me for my birthday one year. However it happened, I was obsessed. My parents knew nothing

Posted in Stories & Adventures

Dog of the Month: Cali

By now, you’ve probably heard that one of the many perks about working for SmartPak is that we have a dog-friendly office (pretty cool, right?). While you might think that this would make for a loud and stressful work environment,

Posted in Canine Employee of the Month, Canine Lifestyle

5 Lessons from a Not-So-Green Horse

I’ve had my horse Sasha since she was a green six-year-old that was just beginning to learn the ropes of being a show horse, and those first couple of years together were a challenge. (You can read about our adventures

Posted in Stories & Adventures


The “Slotter” is responsible for giving all new products pick locations as well as re-slotting (moving) any old products that need to be placed in a different part of the picking floor. Essential Job Functions: Able to read and write

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