This amusingly written guide on What Not to Wear on a Horse is the perfect guide to correct dress that will make you look smarter than ever before. There are top-to-toe style tips and advice on: hair, make-up and jewellery; underwear; shirts, ties, waistcoasts, stocks and gloves; breechers and jodphurs ('Does my bum look big in this?'); boots, chaps and spurs; jackets; hats; what grooms should wear at shows and casual clothes for wearing on and off the horse. Also featuring a three-page chart on how to colour coordinate with your horse. So, do your horse a favour and find out whether your ideas about dress style, colour, correct fit and etiquette really cut the mustard.
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Trinny and Susannah, eat your heart out. --Horse & Rider
Very amusing, well written and informative. --Ireland's Equestrian
Look slimmer, trimmer and more correct by following the guidelines. --Chiltern & Thames Rider
Ginny Oakley has been involved with horses all her life; coming from a non-horsey background, she has worked especially hard to achieve her dreams and ambitions. From early Pony Club days to her selection onto the Side Saddle Association British Display Team, she has always been aware of the importance of correct presentation and attire. She is a freelance riding instructor based in Northampton, teaching a wide variety of riders from riding club to top level and one of the few civilian instructors training police horses and riders. Stephanie Soskin, also from a non-horsey background, was fortunate enough to keep her first pony at a local 'famous' show-jumper's yard and the owners persuaded her parents that her career should be with horses. She eventually qualified to teach with Robert Hall at Fulmer, evented in South Africa, and show jumped all over Europe. However, whilst running her own yard in the West Country, many of her top horses reached retirement and so Stephanie decided on a career change fashion. Since then she has run her own boutique, organised and produced major charity shows and later designed her own label.
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