Walsh Rider Darragh Kenny and his mounts are hitting their peak as The Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL draws to a close. Stay up to date with Darragh Kenny's, and all of our riders' results, by following our Facebook page! www.facebook.com/Walshproducts/
Walsh's new product, the Aviator Blinds, wins in its racing debut! Keep your horse cool and calm in the race with these one of a kind Acrylic Tinted Blinds. Include the Attachment Kit for the flexibility to change your blinds with its easy to use snap on design. Shop our website or visit a local dealer to get one of your own!
Want to learn more about Walsh Rider Sergio Alvarez Moya and his mount Carlo? Find out how he keeps the 14 year old Holsteiner in top form and what it means for him and Spain to have finally qualified for the Olympics! Click here read more:
One of a kind Lynn Symansky Inspired Products to support her trip to Europe to compete at in 3 Day Eventing at the highest level. 40% of sales will be donated, don't miss out on your chance to help this fantastic team!
Walsh is proud to support top notch Equestrian facilities like Neil Jones Equestrian. Check out their amazing video!
Brookfield-based Walsh Products Inc. made a name for itself in 1914 with its innovative no-buckle horse harness. It replaced a buckling system with snaps to more easily hitch a draft horse to a cart. The company is still known for its harnesses, though they're no longer made for plowing. It manufactures harnesses, halters, bridles and other accessories used in competition in the Standardbred, Thoroughbred, Show Horse and Equestrian markets. "The Standardbred industry will always be our bread and butter," said Thea Treiber, vice president and co-owner of Walsh. She and her husband, Paul, president and chief executive officer, purchased it in 2002.
It's not often you hear about a company that still makes buggy whips, let alone halters and harnesses with a sewing machine from the late 1800s. Yet that's the case at Walsh Products, a century-old Brookfield company that makes harnesses for Standardbred racehorses, including entries from the first trainer in the sport to accumulate $100 million in purses. Walsh, which has a 40,000-square-foot facility on Calhoun Road, has survived by staying in the winner's circle and adapting to new markets, including exports that now comprise about a third of its sales and have increased 30% in the last two years.