TATTINI LADIES GINESTRA BREECHES

In our Tattini collection we have a huge range of ladies breeches, for both home wear and for at shows.  In today’s blog we look more closely at the Ladies Ginestra breeches. GINESTRA DETAIL These are both stylish and flattering, with added piping detail down the leg.  They are sure to compliment your shape and most definitely make you the most …

Maintaining your Horsebox or Trailer

It is November now and I am thinking about essential horsebox and trailer maintenance. Are you? Breaking down with horses on board is distressing. Safely maintaining your vehicle and making it road worthy is therefore very important. Do not just park up and forget about your vehicle. Check things now. Make sure everything is in order. Of course you thoroughly …

Hay or Haylage? Which is best for my horse?

“Do you want your horse on hay or haylage?” ….asks the livery yard owner. So as a horse owner what’s your choice? Whichever you decide to go for, it is of course a personal choice but it will be influenced by a number of factors. You must consider what is actually best for your horse of course. However budget, storage …

Why don’t you sell boots online anymore?

This week by Katy contacted us via Facebook and asked why we no longer sold boots online. We get asked this question a fair bit, so we thought we should let you all know our answer! How do you measure up? Calf measurements, foot sizes, length and width…there is a lot to consider when buying boots. It is not just …

When it comes to our breeches, size matters!

“I see lots of people wearing your Tattini breeches, can you confirm sizing? Are they true to size or do they come up small?” Jennifer from Cheshire contacted us with this question before she purchased online at Selwood Equine. This is a question we are often asked by customers and one which really is worth asking when you buy online. …

You can lead a horse to water…

…but you can’t force it to drink! With winter fast approaching many horse owners are unaware that their horse actually needs more water to drink in the colder months to avoid dehydration. Did you know that dry winter feeds can typically contain less than 15% percent moisture. We tend to feed more hay and hard feed as there is less …

Back to school blues…

As September is well underway this means one of two things; the children are officially back at school (small celebrations from my debit card!) and the weather is changing. Being parent to a pony mad child is tough enough. But given that I have spent the entire summer rolling out of bed at goodness knows what time to attend pony …