A huge selection of smart riding T-shirts and polos in all colours and styles. Choose from figure-hugging or loose cuts. At Horze you will find riding shirts and riding polo shirts for everything from competitions to casual riding.
Horze's riding T-shirts and polo shirts come in a wide choice of styles, with features to match. You'll find a huge selection here to keep you looking great both on and off your horse. If you like casual styles, you're sure to find the perfect top to go with your breeches and saddle pads in the riding T-shirts category. We offer plain tops, as well as fashion riding T-shirts with bright colours and cool slogans.
Equestrian polo shirts are always on point, whether you're spending time in the saddle or just popping in to see your horse. Choose from top brands such as Montar, Cavallo or HV Polo, our own brands Horze and B Vertigo or colourful eye-catchers from Imperial Riding. Classic, casual and bold styles are all on offer. Polo shirts feature a flattering figure-hugging cut, and the iconic collar is, of course, a timeless classic.
Riding tops, like the Horze polo shirts, are not only stylish, but also designed especially for riding. Specialist materials support you in every discipline. Breathable riding base layers keep you warm during riding lessons or while training for your next competition in a polo shirt. Take a look at our collection for more inspiration..
The answer to this question depends on whether you are looking for a show shirt or a more casual one. A show shirt should have a raised collar. In summer, a short-sleeved shirt is more comfortable, while in winter, you'll likely prefer a long-sleeved shirt for warmth. If you want to enter a dressage competition, the shirt should be white, at least in the visible area. Generally speaking, any shirts and polos that fit comfortably and don't restrict your movement are suitable for riding. Because you can sometimes sweat while riding, the material should be breathable. The polo shirt is actually the classic T-shirt for riding. It was created in India by polo players. The classic version is therefore made of pure cotton. It is machine washable at 40 ° C and can also be easily ironed, turned inside out.
When riding, the base layer should be breathable and comfortable to wear, wick sweat away from the skin, and offer enough give to to follow the rider's movements. Merino wool with a hydrophilic finish feels very comfortable on the skin. It does not absorb sweat, but instead wicks moisture to the surface. Polyester is warm and keeps its shape. It also has sweat-wicking properties. Base layers made of polyester are very durable. An addition of elastane makes the top stretchy. However, this material is not environmentally friendly because it does not degrade. This also applies to polypropylene. This synthetic material is well suited for functional shirts because it's extremely moisture-wicking. As a result, the top is not likely to get wet and will dry quickly if it does.
You cannot ride in a polo shirt at a competition. You definitely need a shirt with a stand-up collar or a riding shirt. The rules are particularly strict for dressage competitions, but for other disciplines you have a little more freedom in your choice of clothing. At a dressage competition, the part of the top that is visible under the jacket should definitely be white. For the parts covered by the competition jacket, you are free to follow your own taste. However, you should not forget a few practical things. The top must fit in such a way that it does not interfere with your movement. The material should be breathable. At a tournament, you will sweat quickly enough as it is. In summer, a short-sleeved top is more comfortable to wear than a long-sleeved one.