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Winderen Gel Bit System | Product Review
Hello Buckers! It has been some time since I sat down and put some words into a blog for you all! It has been a hectic few months, form riding everyday to jumping almost every weekend, I did struggle to get back into the swing of blogging. I have been quite content on sticking toContinue reading “EGO7 vs Roeckl – The Glove Review”
I am banging out the product reviews lately. I am really enjoying sharing my opinions on certain products I have purchased or received as gifts, most of them were either Christmas presents or Birthday presents, none have been gifted by the brands themselves, so I hope that is some reassurance to our readers that allContinue reading “Product Review – Le Mieux Hay Tidy Bag”
Have you heard of the brand Epiony? Well if you haven’t have you been living under a rock? It is the new kid on the block when it comes to essential equestrian must have products. With everything going on in the world & being out of work and away from the horses it has givenContinue reading “Product Review – Epiony Heatpad and Massage Mitt”
Product placement in Tack shops is key to getting noticed. Why do I say this? Well if it wasn’t for a busy day at Lady Chapel Stores, I would not of come across these amazing PlusVital products, the Effivet Farm Liquid & The Effivet Farm Hydrogel. Little did I know that they were exactly everythingContinue reading “Product Review – PlusVital Effivet”
We were both kindly gifted some products from the Zerofit range back in November. We have been wearing & testing these products out over the past few months doing equestrian tasks & also wearing them whilst riding. We have compiled some information about both products we have received, the Zerofit Heatrub Move Baselayer & theContinue reading “Product Review – Zerofit”
Hands up if you’re horrific at cleaning your tack…. well you are not alone, welcome to the gang! We spend so much money purchasing all this fabulous tack from bridles, to saddles to leather boots that we seem to ignore the fact that all the above items need to be looked after.