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Rick's saddlery started in 1978 when Rick Wills won the 1000 sq.ft.
Rick's saddlery in Englishtown, NJ. Started with the sale of veterinarian and stable equipment, but finally grew to supply food and some western equipment. Launched in 1984, The Cream Ridge, NJ stores offered a similar range of items. Over the years, Rick saw the need to extend his range of drawing pins and clothes, concentrating particularly on British equestrian items that seemed to be in high popularity.
Although the area of the shops had been enlarged over the years, it would not allow enough space for them to expand to do what Rick would consider a good presentation of the product. 1992, after the opportunity to buy a bigger shop in the Englishtown area became hard for various reason, the company decided to buy another shop near the first Englishtown market.
Food and veterinarian needs remained in the initial shop, then tackiness and clothing were relocated and extended to the new Main Street shop in Englishtown. However, the new shop's popularity, mainly due to British gear and clothing and some Western devices, led to the purchase of Rick's Heritage Saddlery in West Chester, PA, when the occasion was seized in 1993.
Today the two shops for drawing pins and clothes offer a choice of over 3000 drawing pins and clothes that are truly worlds first. We started to sell our product online in 1999. Our website offers a wide range of second-hand shoes, sneakers, Ariat clothes, Lettia seat cushions and the latest presents for your riding needs.
All our items are not restricted to what you can find online, so don't hesitate to call us! The new shop has a 1,000 square metre training centre devoted to teaching young people about riding and encouraging interest in them. The area is used for workshops, clubs meeting, presentations, product case shows, equestrian theme party, etc.
In addition, the new storage facility has a perimeter area for seat posts and demos as well as a 10,000 square metre storage area for forage. is an area of 12,000 square meters for British and Western adhesives and clothing, as well as veterinarian equipment, stable equipment, gifts, delicacies, work clothing, etc. The exhibition room is located in the heart of the city.