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  1. Best Ladies Winter Coats for 2021

    The nights are drawing in quickly already and we’ve had some very wet and chilly days to cope with! A good, waterproof and warm winter coat is essential for everyone’s horsey wardrobe and this year we have a LOT to choose from, from all of your favourite brands including Le Mieux, Stierna, Equetech, HKM and more!  What’s on your ... Read more...
  2. Our Pick Of Ladies Winter Legwear (2021)

    The right clothing makes all the difference when you’re spending all day outdoors. Dressing in clothing specifically designed to protect you from the elements makes riding and working much easier through wet and cold weather; breeches and riding tights specifically designed for the winter can be a game-changer. Our choice of winter legwear for ... Read more...
  3. The Best Country Boots For Winter 2021

    Put your best foot forward ready for the winter season in a new pair of stylish country boots! Perfect for keeping you cosy on the yard and while out and about, country boots look great with equestrian, country and casual outfits. We’ve picked out our consistent best-sellers as well as some new designs which will keep you warm, dry and looking ... Read more...
  4. Lets Talk About Liners

    ...Rug liners! Rug liners have been a relatively recent innovation over the past few years and are a popular solution to rugging headaches we all have during changeable British weather! Most rug manufacturers have developed their own liner solutions for compatibility with their turnout and stable rugs, with a variety of weights to add to your ... Read more...
  5. Stable Rug or Turnout Rug?

    Do I need turnout rugs and stable rugs? For new horse owners, or for those of us that don’t have either the money or the room for an extensive wardrobe of rugs for our horses, the number of rugs available on the market can be overwhelming! How do you know what to choose and which rugs are essential? Rug shopping is all about personal preference... Read more...
  6. Horse Rug Weight Guide

    Rugging horses effectively can be a minefield, with changeable British weather adding to the challenge! Horse rugs are available in a variety of weights to suit all seasons, but how do you know which weight you need? We’ve put together this handy, quick-read guide to put your mind at rest.   The “weight” of your horse’s rug refers to... Read more...
  7. Horse Rug Denier Explained

    When shopping for rugs, especially turnout rugs, you’ll notice that the “denier” of the rug is commonly included as part of important features to consider. This term specifically references the thickness of the individual thread used in the yarn weave of the rug’s outer shell. The higher the denier, the thicker the weave which produces a ... Read more...
  8. My Ripstop Rug Has Ripped!

    “My rug was sold to me as ripstop - why has it ripped?” Don’t worry, this doesn’t mean your rug is faulty! Your turnout rug was described as "ripstop" when you bought it, but it's ripped! “Ripstop” refers to the weave within the outer fabric of the rug which is designed to help contain rips rather than stop them completely. The ... Read more...
  9. What's the Difference Between Riding Tights, Breeches & Jodhpurs?

    Over the last few years, equestrian fashion has shifted. The introduction of sportswear-inspired riding tights to the market has given riders more choice, moving away from the more traditional look and feel of jodhpurs and breeches. But what’s the difference? Jodhpurs Traditionally, jodhpurs are full length riding trousers which are designed to... Read more...
  10. Choosing the Right Show Jacket - with Equetech

    When competing, overall appearance and attention-to-detail can make the difference between first and second place, or not being placed at all! We've collaborated with Equetech to help you choose the right show jacket for a flattering look and day-long comfort... Read more...

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