Another Turn Tack was born out of a real necessity here in Loudoun County. The area needed a local tack store where equine and rider items are offered at a reasonable price with friendly and helpful staff. Karen McCarthy launched the business in 2013 after cleaning out friends' haylofts, tack rooms and trailers, offering cleaned and gently used items for horse and human and selling them out of her farmhouse. Soon after she moved the business into the White Hotel in Purcellville. Karen is a life-long equestrian of the hunter/jumper, dressage and foxhunting disciplines and has been known to be called the tack " Oracle".

In the Winter of 2016 Another Turn Tack went through a few more changes. First it moved to the Main Street Purcellville location, where it completely filled a 5,000sq. ft. square foot warehouse. Next the business onboarded Adair Soho as partner, who had recently retired from Corporate America.

In December 2021, Another Turn Tack moved to the 221 N 21st Street in Purcellville.

As the store grows, it continues to offer the same happy and knowledgeable to customer support staff to assist its growing customer base, offering the best service and comprehensive stock of both new and gently used tack and apparel. If you don't find it in the store, they will find it for you.

Brands: Horseware, Shires, Ovation, Rompf, Ocean Feed, Kevin Bacons, Flexible Fit, Schockemohle, Shires, Cashel, Ariat, Cavallor, Uxev, Rockel. Mountain Horse

About Karen McCarthy

Karen ridingKaren McCarthy has been involved with horses for decades. Her interest, and career, began at a young age starting with pony hunters and showing in Virginia. Later, she moved into the junior ranks in medals and ASPCA Maclay. Later in life Karen rode and taught professionally. In recent years she rode Dressage and added fox hunting to her repertoire of equestrian skills. She lives in western Loudoun County, Virginia.


About Adair Soho

Another Turn Tack - Adair Soho Adair is our western connection here in Loudoun County and spent some time in the penning and sorting arenas and she has owned and showed reiners in the NRHA and NRCHA. After a few obstacles play days she found her passion in Working Equitation, and obstacle sport that can include cattle work. Adair renewed her love and passion with horses as an adult and has never taken a look back.