Horsegear Belezza – copy of Equestrian Stockholm

Ola ola,

So I am currently 3 days into the 3 week’s tour of my boyfriend. Till now the tv provider has fallen out, the electricity of the tv broke, the cats threw up all over our carpet and I’ve yet to make my own food. Unless you call instant noodles, food. We are going good, real good.

Normally I don’t mind when he is going touring, as its normally for a short weekend, but this 3 weeks thing isn’t that much fun. I am a spoilt brat and am used to coming home to homemade food every night.

Luckily for me, I’ve still got Grumpy. He has been a very good fellow this week and been behaving on the lunge line. No more running like a loony tune which was quite the issue for a while. Tomorrow he will be receiving his first ever sports massage. It’s going to be quite interesting to see if he will mind someone touching his body in that way as he is not, for example, a very fan of brushing. We shall see!

I also wanted to update you guys on the new saddle pads from Horsegear called Belezza. I don’t think I’m the only one who’s been wanting the beautiful saddle pads of PS of Sweden and Equestrian Stockholm. Those saddle pads are so beautiful, but I just can’t find myself spending so much money on a pretty saddle pad. Now Horsegear has launched a straight up copy of the PS of Sweden ones. At 34.95,- I think we can all say that the price is a bit more friendly. Currently, they’re available in 5 colors over at Epplejeck.  If you buy them now you even get 25% one item.

Aren’t they pretty?

x.M

 

 

Equestrian Stockholm

Ola,

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Long time no see, live’s been pretty busy the last two weeks hence why the blog had to suffer, but now its back on track.

Surfing around the internet I saw that one of my favorite brands is now for sale in the Netherlands. Hypostore has started selling the brand Equestrian Stockholm.

Equestrian stockholm is a brand thats been super smart with their marketing, creating beautiful content and sharing it on the internet like Pinterest, Instagram and so forth. They’ve also focused heavily on influencer marketing which is now really starting to pay off. Their products is something fresh in the quite stuffy Dutch market. Clean and smooth lines going hand in hand with great quality. The only thing that I don’t like is the Scandinavian price tag which I think a lot will find to high. Not a lot of people is willing to pay 80 euro for a saddle pad. Nonetheless their beautiful.

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x.M