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Grazer's. Buy. Carry. Sell on.
razers is an exclusive on-line market place for equestrians to buy and sell their new or used tacks and clothing. It is our aim to offer a place where the equestrian world can share their gear in a trustworthy market place of their age. When we grew up on horse back, we always wanted to do something that could help others to get engaged in the kind of sports we like.
Since we know first-hand how much all the gear costs, we thought it would be a good plan to open a horse riding shop. We want Grazers to be a secure and trusted society where drivers can get the makes they like at a decent rate.
Realizing the saddle business vision - INSIGHTS
Tough work, research and dedicated services are the keys to your own equestrian store management in Doncaster, says Jean Waterworth, owner of Iron Horse Equestrian Supplies, Moss. Five years ago Jean founded her company and won the Small Retailer of the Year award of the English Equestrian Trade Association at the beginning of the year.
When he was 55 years old, Jean was at first very lucky to make things easier for himself and discovered various pastimes before getting bored. "but my man, Roy, proposed to do something with the superfluous shed next to the farm.
Jean's professional career has been passed through clothing retailing and she is steadfastly entrepreneurial and merchandize is just as important - even more than riding skills. We were in this as a team, but I wasn't an authority, but I knew how to run a store.
"I' ve been spending 12 month exploring the horse industries and going to a hundred buisness. We were also looking for help at Business Link. "They didn't give us much cash, but they were very useful in providing assistance and advice," says Jean. Not only did we want to name it after the place - we wanted something that would make folks think of it.
It has always been a real challange to know what you have in store with such a wide range of riding equipment on the markets. "We' ve learned over time - if someone asked for something we didn't get, I'd get it for them and order one for the store.
Feeds, which include hey, chips and various bedding, are marketed in a dedicated facility, and with Charles Jordan, Roy began production of his own dust-drawn, minced Easy Lay straws last year. "There is a particularly fierce competition in the animal feedingstuffs sector and there is not a large premium," says Jean. "and ordered a few custom-made items.
"Similarly, the supply of clothes is enormous, but I don't order too much of a single item and would rather be sold out than have old merchandise. The store was fully occupied from the very first morning, despite little early solicitation. We' ve built up a good community of fans, but they come from far away," says Jean.
Soon it became clear that the shop was too crowded for Jean and Roy to run alone. She hadn' t been home for a long time and gave up her horse to focus on her carreer, but three years ago she decided to go back and do it. "It' worked well," says Jean.
"There' are many facets to managing the company, it's not just about being in the store, everyone has their own area of specialization and it all comes together like a puzzle," says Jean. It seems that the increasing tendency in online purchasing has not significantly influenced our deal.
"I' m sure there are those who come to the store to look at the product and then order it on the web at a better cost, but there's nothing we can do about it. "Though I think this could get even worst, we don't seem to be affected by thecession.
They don't buy new ponies, so they don't come to equip them, but they still spend on whoever has them.