Can you wear tampons when horse riding? Yes, you can ride horses while wearing a tampon. There is no reason not to wear a tampon while you are riding. Just make sure that you change your tampons throughout the day. The only risk would be if you have really strong pelvic muscles, it has been said that it is possible to accidentally push the tampon out.
What should you not wear when horseback riding? Wearing Baggy Clothes
Flowing scarves, baggy pants, bulky sweaters with loose waists, and other sloppy or loose clothing can get caught on the saddle if you should fall off. Getting caught half-way down means you could get dragged, and that is far more dangerous than falling clear of the horse.
Do you have to wear pants while horseback riding? Horseback riding in shorts is not recommended. Bare legs will rub against the leather saddle and chafe quickly and the skin is very likely to get pinched between the saddle and the stirrup leather. For the best protection and comfort, it is advised to wear long pants with some stretch.
What is the dress code for horse riding? Well, that’s honestly pretty simple: the best horseback riding clothes are closed-toe shoes without a heel (or with a heel less than 1″), some comfortable pants, and a shirt that does not overly restrict movement. That’s about it! Of course, winter wear would include gloves and a jacket but the same rules still apply.