SARAH: At SmartPak, we have riders in every
department of the company. (SOUND EFFECTS) We also have a few non-riders in the mix,
and that makes things interesting. JARED: Don’t they hate this when it’s in their
mouth? KRISTINA: Ummm. Not really. SARAH: So we decided with this new video series
to see what happens when non-riders and horse products mix. EVAN: These are… …very pretty. MATT: They’re pretty. KRISTEN: Ahhh, it’s pretty. KENT: They’re so cute! TY: Kinda small. EVAN: Definitely a hot Christmas item this
year. BRAD: Ohhhh, little jeweled cat collars. KRISTEN: Does it connect…? No. BRAD: Because 83% of horse owners have cats. DINA: Straps, so you don’t lose your stirrups
or something like that? SARAH: Why would they come in pairs if they’re
cat collars? BRAD: Well because they have two cats! KENT: They feel light enough they should go
on the rider, but I guess they go on the horse, because I’ve been wrong about everything so
far. BRAD: I’m thinking that you’re not liking
that answer? SARAH: I like it. It’s just not right. KRISTEN: Is this somehow related to this part
of their face? EVAN: It’s to tie something on the bridle
with. BRAD: These darling little blingy things go
on the forelegs of a horse… KENT: Two and three year olds would love these, and they would find endless uses for them. BRAD: …to dress it up a little bit for those
special events… EVAN: I’ve tied one of these before. BRAD: …like New Year’s Eve. TY: Definitely not going around a horse’s
mouth. SARAH: These go on the rider.
EVAN: They go on the rider!? TY: On the rider? EVAN: I have no idea what these are then. MATT: No, it’s for humans? It’s not a choker? TY: No one’s going to wear this around their
neck. That seems weird. But where would they wear it? Too small for
a waist. KRISTEN: A very small belt. EVAN: Infant-sized Western bling belt. SARAH: Too small for your waist. MATT: This is, uh, not a bracelet. KRISTEN: It’s not a bracelet. BRAD: These special little blingy things go
on the wrists of the rider… EVAN: They keep your heels raised – no! Your
heels down. BRAD: …to dress up their outfit… KENT: Obviously there’s two, so I would assume
they go on an appendage. BRAD: …for special events like New Year’s
Eve. KENT: Do they hold up something? “Sort of.” That’s helpful. SARAH: It holds something on to your boots. MATT: The stirrups. KRISTEN: Holds…the stirrups on? SARAH: Strapping you into the stirrups would
be very dangerous. KRISTEN: No that would be bad. That would
be dangerous. EVAN: Do they have to do with your stirrups
or boots? MATT: Is it for your boots? KRISTEN: Holds their boot? BRAD: They could go around my boots or ankles… TY: I’m actually stumped on this one. BRAD: …to make it possible for a trainer
to see whether or not I am putting my feet in the right position. EVAN: They hold your boots to your pants. SARAH: Oh, I like that. That’s not what they’re
for. BRAD: Not what they’re for. SARAH: Is that a problem for you? KRISTEN: Holds the reins on their hands?
SARAH: Also pretty dangerous. BRAD: But I’m getting closer right? KRISTEN: Chin strap! Is it a chin strap!? EVAN: It keeps your pants in your boots? SARAH: The helmet has a chin strap…
KRISTEN: But this is not it? DINA: Not stirrup…um, spurs. Sorry, spur
straps. That’s what I meant to say. SARAH: This might be an item you’re familiar
with cowboys wearing. MATT: Cause I’m familiar with so many cowboys. TY: Oh, the little…channel thingy’s at the
end? I always thought they were just a fashion
statement. I didn’t really think they had a real meaning
for them. KENT: Spur straps, ah!
SARAH: They hold spurs on. KENT: Gotcha, gotcha, gotcha.
SARAH: So, not necessarily ‘up.’ KENT: So, ‘sort of’ was kinda close. BRAD: I mean, are these real amethysts in
here? SARAH: Amethysts are purple. KENT: Look at the little bedazzling. TY: They’re a little shiny. KRISTEN: I think it’s not over the top. I
like it. TY: I don’t know if I, personally, would wear
it. BRAD: I love the bling. TY: Not my type of bling. BRAD: Boy, I would feel very lucky if I had
spurs that were attached with spur attachers this pretty. SARAH: Spur straps.
BRAD: Spur straps. There you go. EVAN: They don’t make boots with spurs on
them anymore. SARAH: That used to be a thing?
EVAN: Back in the cowboy ages. SARAH: Built-in spurs?
EVAN: That’s how I always envisioned them (laughing) SARAH: No. That is not accurate. What do cowboys wear on their boots? MATT: Oh! The… spikes! (laughing) SARAH: Spurs.
MATT: Spurs! SARAH: These are spur straps. MATT: There’s nothing spiky about them. Oh, this holds them in! I thought they were spiking them with those
flowers. That’s pleasant!