Christmas is just around the corner!
Now is the time to start dropping hints to your friends and loved ones on what you hope to find under the tree this Christmas.
If you really want to give a gorgeous gift this festive season or are looking to give someone a hint on a gift for you, then check out our stunning new jewellery ranges. Guaranteed to bring a smile to a loved ones face this Christmas.
A ring with some gorgeous bling? Our Eggbut Snaffle Horse Bit Ring with encrusted CZ diamante stones is simply stunning.
To complete the look, we have a matching necklace and bracelet available.
Our Eggbut Snaffle Diamante Necklace is a beautiful necklace, with eggbut snaffle detail encrusted with CZ diam...
This weekend the country has been on the receiving end of some pretty horrible weather. Rain. Wind. More Rain. More Wind. It's been relentless!
As I got off my horse this morning, soaked to the skin, bedraggled and generally wondering if it's time to take up another hobby (let's face it, this time of year it's a question we ask ourselves daily!). The one part of me that was toasty warn dry and comfortable were my ears.
Introducting the Riding Hat Ear Warmers.
What did I ever do before I rode wearing these? These ear muffs are designed to fit any riding hat or helmet. And they really do provide the best comfort and warmth for your rides on these cold winter days.
The clocks went back last night and for horse owners across the country the dreaded dark nights are here. Dark nights mean less time to enjoy your horses and ponies in the daylight and what can sometimes seem like a daily race agains the clock to beat the onset of dark!
We have got 5 ways to help you beat the clock this Winter.
1. Make all your haynets for the week made up at the weekend if you can, saving precious time during the week.
2. Another way to save time is to meal prep, you might be used to doing this for yourself but have you ever considered making a week's worth of meals for your horse?
3. Bank up their beds. If you can, and your horse isn't going to trash or eat the extr...
Halloween is just around the corner and kids across the country will be getting ready to go Trick or Treating.
You can join in the fun with your own novelty tee. Our Harry Trotter Tee is a fun novelty
t-shirt, made from quality cotton blends. Treat yourself this Halloween without going full on fancy dress. These t-shirts are made right here in the UK, and is just one of the 40% of products from the Equetech ranges that are made here on home soil.
For the full range of novelty tshirts from Equetech you can check out the link here.
Why be anything else in life if you can be a unicorn?
And for all the unicorn lovers out there you are going to LOVE our fabulous new Unicorn Collection.
Brand new for Autumn / Winter 2019 we have our new Unicorn Hat Silk. A cute unicorn themed plush fleece hat silk with 3D horn and ears, a colourful rainbow mane and embroidered face and forelock. A must have for any unicorn fans.
Keep the kids feet warm this winter with our Childrens Unicorn Long Riding Socks . Coming in one size that fits UK foot size 12-4. Warm, and toasty feet and so cute!
And for hands, the new Childrens Unicorn Fingerless Gloves, perfect to keep hands warm, but little fingers free whilst busy doing their chores on th...
If you have no experience of hunting, you are likely to have lots of questions about what to wear, how to turn out your horse and generally how to behave - going hunting for the first time can be a fantastic experience so we have created our is 'Beginners Guide to Hunting' to help you through your 'first time'
Hunting etiquette generally can be considered under three main headings: safety, good manners and turnout, we will walk you three each of the areas.
When thinking about turnout you are aiming to look tidy and inconspicuous. A tweed jacket, fawn breeches, a white shirt with a tie, black boots and a velvet cap or jockey skull with a dark silk will be a good start.
Your horse and...
Hunting Season is around the corner for many of you - is it time to update your Hunting Wardrobe?
A good quality, well fitting, warm but stylish jacket is a must for on the field and we have a range of fabulous jackets for both ladies and gentlemen - which one will you choose?
The Kimblewick Wool Riding Jacket is a traditional riding jacket with a sumptuous rich navy velvet collar. Perfect for showing and hunting activities. The jacket is made from the finest quality 500gm Italian melton wool. Other features include double vents to back and finely engraved fox head buttons. You will look smart all hunting season if you pick the Kimblewick.
Our Ladies Hunt Wool Frock Coat is a frock style coat with a waisted se...
Autumn has arrived and so have the frequent often heavy rain downpours - as horse owners we find ourselves regularly soaked and hanging out to dry numerous coats and jodphurs ready for the next inevitable soaking!
New for Autumn / Winter this year we have launched our brand new Dry-Rider Waterproof Riding Jacket.
Just launched and ready to help you stay dry is our exclusive Equetech herringbone competition riding jacket. Made from PU coated fabric it will keep you dry in rain and showers up to 10,000mm, making it the ideal jacket for all equestrian disciplines in winter or wet weather.
Other features include front flap pockets with concealed zips, beautiful country wildlife polka dot lining, fox-head butto...
Inspired by the nationals? Want to dress to impress when heading up that centre line? We have a gorgeous range of competition jackets to make you look and feel a million dollars.
New for this year our Moonlight Dressage Competition Jacket is a beautifully tailored short competition jacket. Made from durable knitted fabric in a stunning Grey you are sure to turn heads. The jacket is designed with a fabulous Equetech exclusive crystal button, double back vents and darted contoured sleeves. You won't just look stylish, this competition jacket is made with your comfort in mind and gives the very best of both style and wearability.
Equetech understands that #equetechrealriders are busy people, we don't have time t...
What a competiton we have witnessed over the last few days of the Landrover Burghley Horse Trials.
After a tough XC phase, the final show jumping phase had the nation on the edge of their seats as all of the top three riders had a pole down. Pippa Funnell walked away with the highly coveted trophy with her horse MGH Grafton Street, a massive 16 years after her last win at Burghley.
Both she, Piggy French (who came second with Vanir Kamira) and Oliver Townend (third with Ballaghmor Class) all had a pole in the final phase as the competition went down to the wire!
Pippa’s initial response to her win was both self-depreciating and analytical: “I’m really embarrassed by that round and i...