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Can anyone recommend a good website to buy horseriding gear?

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GryffindorInARiffindor Mon 16-Jul-07 19:07:10

Really want to start riding again. My gear is now so old and wrecked I can no longer wear it. But as will only be riding occasionally I don't want to spend a fortune.


schneebly Mon 16-Jul-07 19:13:44

Not sure if this is what you are looking for but I know ther person who runs the site!

Weasleybug Mon 16-Jul-07 19:15:09

I saw tesco had started selling jodhpurs and boots

Weasleybug Mon 16-Jul-07 19:17:06

GryffindorInARiffindor Mon 16-Jul-07 19:18:30

thanks for the link, will take a look

thanks for that bug

GryffindorInARiffindor Mon 16-Jul-07 19:19:41

The tesco prices are good but it scares me a little that they really do seem to be taking over the world

quint Mon 16-Jul-07 19:27:26

Not sure if its what you're after but my sil sells horse stuff on ebay - will find out her name and come back with the link for you

GryffindorInARiffindor Mon 16-Jul-07 19:29:25

thanks quint

McDreamyGonagall Mon 16-Jul-07 19:32:11

Rideaway is a fab place for horse riding stuff. You can order on line or go to their shop if you live or are passing through N Yorks here

GryffindorInARiffindor Mon 16-Jul-07 19:34:52

Great link mcdreamy, thank you

Macdog Mon 16-Jul-07 19:38:35

Robinsons do some good value ranges

McDreamyGonagall Mon 16-Jul-07 19:39:38

you're welcome

quint Mon 16-Jul-07 19:40:27

Found it! She sells rope training halters and goes by the name equestrian trade secrets.

Hope it is of use to you.

rope training halters

Macdog Mon 16-Jul-07 19:43:52

This Robinsons has good value ranges.
The other is rather pricey <mortified at posting wrong link emoticon>

GryffindorInARiffindor Mon 16-Jul-07 19:53:35

macdog - thanks for the link

<sigh> I wish I was buying actual gear for having a horse quint but alas those days are long gone. Thanks for getting it for me

Macdog Mon 16-Jul-07 20:01:19

Glad I got the right link in the end

Have fun, I am totally

GryffindorInARiffindor Mon 16-Jul-07 20:12:12

horsemadgal Tue 17-Jul-07 23:07:16

Agree Robinsons is the fabbiest one. Oh I so miss buying horsey stuff.
All those pink and lilac rugs drool.........

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