British Equestrian Clothing

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ennedy & Rowe Clothing Company is a downtown Huntsville, AL boutique for the timeless classic woman with an adventurous spirit. The KUDU is a proud British equestrian clothing company based in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds. The KUDU coats look great, they match like a glove and are so hot!

The KUDU coats look great, they match like a glove and are so hot! A touch of refinement and refinement, they are different from other similar product on the French and German markets. It makes me really feeling great to walk the course and heat up the horse at an event.

Everybody is commenting on the amazingly bright colors and how classy I look in KUDU coats!

National Equestrian Trade Association - National Equestrian Survey 2015 shows rising consumption expenditure

In the last five years, the National Equestrian Trade Survey 2015 of the British Equestrian Trade Association has identified new expenditure models and trend. The survey was specifically mandated by the Two Circles sport communications consultancy with the assistance of the British Equestrian Federation and partly funded by Sport England. This is the fifth event over the last 20 years to give a clear and precise view of the British equestrian world.

"Results for 2015 were awaited with excitement, just as in 2011, and it shows that the global situation has changed. "We are very happy to see a significant rise in expenditure on equestrian sports. But it shows a decrease in the number of drivers and underlines the need for our industry to keep them and attract new drivers.

It provides detailed information about the equestrian and equestrian markets with useful insights into equestrian and buying behaviour. There will be separate lining & litter and equestrian & saddlery clothing available throughout the year. National Equestrian Survey 2015, carried out by Two Circles and carried out by the British Equestrian Trade Association, shows new expenditure samples and changed tendencies over the last five years.

Using a solid method, precise stats and well-founded estimations, it provides a intriguing view of today's equestrian sport. The value of the horse industry is 4. 3 billion a year in consumption expenditure on a broad variety of goods and more.  This has increase from £3. 8 billion in 2011.

Horseback rides for fun were the most favoured equestrian sport with 96%, 59% of the equestrians taking part in non-affiliated contests. The total number of those who will be equestrian has dropped, from 3. 5 million in 2011 to 2. 7 million in 2015. There has been a decrease in frequent passengers, from 1. 6 million in 2011 to 1. 3 million in 2015.

However, the number of drivers between 16 and 24 years of age has increased significantly, from 368,000 in 2011 to 403,000 in 2015. By 2015 there are expected to be 962,000 women equestrians in comparison to 348,000 men. While 18% of ex-riders said the costs were the cause of their abandonment, the loss of contact with a single equine was also mentioned as a major cause.

Of the former equestrians, 34% said they wanted to ride again in the near-terms. Approximately 3 million persons have taken a horseback ride in the last 12 month. Elderly drivers aged 55 and over are more likely to do so. That number is remarkably similar to 2011, when there were 451,000.

The number of British equestrians has decreased from 988,000 in 2011 to 944,000 in 2015. In 2015, there will be £560 million indirectly spent on equestrian equipment such as helmets and personal protection, clothing, literature and periodicals, as opposed to £557 million in 2011. In 2011, 60% of respondents expect to save on non-essential commodities, but this number has declined significantly, and only 38% plan to do so.

The purchase of equestrian sports equipment both in the stationary trade and on the web has increased further. 83% of respondents in 2011 purchased in a retailer and 97% four years later. 49% of the population ordered equestrian products from the web in 2011 and this number has now risen to 64%.

In 2015, an estimate of 3,600 will be issued for each of the horses, as against 2,650 in 2011. British Equestrian Trade Association has raised almost 100,000 pounds....... Besta sponsors the major Your Horses Living stadium..... Beata is sponsoring the major stadium at Your Horses Liv..... British Equestrian Trade Association is proud of a very succesful magical.....

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