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I don't want a lot for Christmas... although Equi Craft Ltd meets all your festive Xmas gifting needs!

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I don't want a lot for Christmas,
There is just one thing I need...
Lots of lovely horsey presents,
Underneath the Christmas tree.
I want bling inside my stocking,
Browbands on the fireplace.

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Your Horsey Christmas wish-list sorted!

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On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me

A smart rolled bridle, a curved polo browband, soft, bonded leathers

Short country boots, eight maids milkin', Some dirty beastie shampoos

Six tendon boots five stud girths, four headcollars, an Equi-Jump pad

Two crystal belts and a rolled leather dog training lead!

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All about browbands – for horses and ponies

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Browbands are one of the first elements that we notice on a horse bridle. But what is the browband there for? Do we really need it? And why do equestrian enthusiasts love a blingy or detailed browband? Let’s find out! The browband on a horse's bridle is designed to stop the headpiece (that goes over the poll) from sliding backwards. However, the browband is also a design feature, and can influence how the horse’s head is perceived. Large horses like cobs and draught breeds usually suit plain browbands, as seen on a hunter bridle. Meanwhile, pony breeds, Arab horses and those with...

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Gifts for equestrian enthusiasts and horse owners

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We know it's early! But we're looking ahead to the festive season. Christmas is a lovely time of year, for many reasons – not least because it is a time for spending time with family and friends (and our beloved horses and ponies!) but also as it allows us to give gifts, like the lovely belts pictured below, to show that we care. But why do we celebrate Christmas? We do have the Victorians to thank for our modern Christmas celebrations, as they gave us traditions such as crackers, decorations, Christmas carols, trees, cards and gifts. Meanwhile, December 25this said...

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Rugging horses and ponies in autumn

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The most popular weight of turnout rug at this time of year is the medium weight rug – around 200-250g filling. In general, if the temperature is between 5-25 degrees celcius, but dry, the horse or pony can comfortably maintain its body temperature without feeling excessively hot or cold.

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