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Equestrian Riding Apparel

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Equestrian Riding Apparel





As many variations in style and color as there are Horse Lovers to wear them!!!


Equestrian Apparel and Accessories

Equestrian accessories generally refer to frivolous products that are related to riding but not necessarily essential to the sport.

Considered one of the world's most fashion-forward sports, the equestrian accessory business is a multi-million dollar a year industry. From purses to decorative riding apparel, the options for equestrian accessories are nearly endless.

Some of the most popular equestrian accessories are the ones that provide a practical service. Take, for example, equestrian cell phone accessories. When outside the safety of a practice ring and/or riding alone, riders are usually encouraged to keep a cellular phone with them (for safety purposes).

Since most riding apparel isn't pocket friendly, many equestrian specialty stores carry clip-on devices for cellular phones. These accessories are great for keeping phones safe, close by and easy for use.

Just as popular as the practical accessories are the frivolous ones. Equestrian-themed jewelry, for instance, is very trendy among equestrians of all shapes, sizes and riding levels. One of the most popular products in this genre is the diamond horseshoe pendant. The quintessential decorative accessory for the serious rider, diamond horseshoe pendants are available at most tack shops and specialty equestrian boutiques.

There are many different styles of riding. Similarly, there are hundreds of accessories from which to choose, most of which are made to suit a specific aesthetic.

Equestrian accessories make terrific gifts for horse enthusiasts and translate extremely well both in and out of the ring.


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