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Editorial note: In December we asked one of our seasoned authors to look for a choice of gifts for the horse, rider and stable. Hopefully these will give you some great holiday gifts or maybe leave you a tip for something you want from this particular one!
Warmer, watertight, high heels are still very much liked and are frequently seen and worn in barn and competitive facilities all over the state. They are available in stores and on-line in most large stacks. Dubarry retailer for about 489 dollars. Santa Clauses with a smaller price can buy similarly designed shoes from other brands, such as Dublin, Middleburg and Ovation, for about 130 to 160 dollars.
Katharine Page's Italien leathersandals (www.katharinepage.co) are perfect for hot weathers, fashionable events, horsemen and non-riders. If you are on your present board and enjoy a pair of boots with blings, Palm Beach has four lines of Swarovski Crystal. They are available in selected stores, at Beval Saddlery (www.beval.com), and in stores for approximately $375.00.
Asmar Equestrian's All White Rider Cloak ( www.asmarequestrian.com) allows horsemen to enjoy the rainy outdoors. Zippers on the arms and a removable cowl are other welcome feature in bad weathers. The cloak is made for horseback rides, but also stylish enough for pedestrians.
It' sold for about 320 dollars through fine equestrian stores. More and more manufacturers' tech equestrian cardigans and trousers are still trendy and available in all style directions and prices to please the driver on your present combo. Joules provides comfortable horse-like jerseys for the riders who can't get enough of a horse during the daytime.
They are available for about $57 and are available in stores selling the Joules collection. If a smaller present is more appropriate but you still want to give something more individual, a monogram canvas might be a good match.