The ultimate equestrian Christmas gift guide - gifts over £50
Are you planning on impressing a loved one with an amazing gift?
Or are you planning on being impressed with an amazing gift that you may or may not have hinted at?!
Whatever inspo your looking for, I'm hoping that this blog series gives you a few great ideas!!
If you haven't already checked out my previous posts in the series, you can do so here -
Stocking fillers and budget buys - gifts under £25
Oh get you feeling a bit generous are we?! - gifts under £50
Yep, I've gone in...
What you will NOT find in these blog posts -
- No cringe gifts
- No useless household items
- No strange cartoon socks
- NO MUGS!!!
Only decent present ideas that I know you'll love!!!
So lets crack on with my fave category... because I have champagne taste with a bucks fizz budget...
Last of the big spenders - gifts over £50
My favourite stirrups. I have ridden in these for years, and can't force myself to change!
Thanks to their ergonomic shape and wide non-slip treads, they guarantee a perfect grip and maximum steadiness to the rider.
Available from EquineRoyale in Silver, Gold, Blue, Brown, Black and Red.
RRP £129.99 but you can get 10% off using my discount code - killerqueen10
How snug does this look?!
Ideal for helping your horse dry off or just to add a bit extra warmth under a rug on a cold day.
I found this one on Equikro for £79.99 but they are available with any Kentucky stockist.
I don't have a code for this I'm afraid but I do know that Equikro are having a big Black Friday sale on, so keep an eye out!!
Someone give me strength not to just buy this for myself right now...
Firstly, it's a beautiful long riding coat, but what's more.... it's a HEATED long riding coat!
The coat has three temperature levels, with heat panels located on your thighs and lower back. So you just plug in your own power bank, place in your zip pocket and choose a level of heat that you want!
This is all of my dreams finally coming true tbh.
Look, its not a cheap coat... £199.99
BUT it is available on Equus website, which means you can get 10% off using my code BAKQS10
Every little helps right?!
And if you think this is a bit too excessive... which is fair enough... check out the full range of coats on the website here.
A stunning accessory with stirrup design buckle and elasticated plaited belt strap for the perfect fit!
I love this simple design and love that the belt could be worn everyday but is equally smart enough to wear at a show,
RRP £66 and available in the following colours - Black, Brown, Black/White, Ink Navy/Brown, Neroli Orange/Brown.
5.) An equestrian photoshoot
A gift that can last forever, and create some beautiful memories of you and your horse,
Most photographers will offer a deal to include the shoot, and some images that you can keep.
I highly recommend Hope Deamer, who does all of my photos and would be happy to travel to a shoot within a certain radius.
Package prices vary but you can get 10% off your shoot with code - killerqueen10
A must have addition to any equestrians winter wardrobe!
These breeches are super comfortable and so practical. They are very breathable with a waterproof membrane and fleece lining.
They are available in sizes 6-16 in colours Black, Navy and Taupe.
And they are on Equus for £100 and I am a brand ambassador, see above.
The ultimate comfort bridle.
The anatomic headpiece is super soft and shaped to take pressure off the poll and is also cut away from the sensitive lower ear.
The headpiece has a removable throat lash to relieve pressure under the jaw and keep the bridle in a more natural position, the browband is designed to be slightly oversized to further relieve pressure.
Available from EquineRoyale in this flash style or grackle in Black or Brown and in sizes Pony, Cob and Full
RRP £88.99 but you can of course have 10% off with my discount code - killerqueen10
If you like this bridle... all I'm going to say is keep an eye out on my Instagram @killerqueenshowjumping this coming week as there may or may not be a giveaway that you'll appreciate....!
Still stuck for ideas?
Check out my other posts in the series!