• Kinver Tack Sale

    My 5 Top Tips To Organising Tack Sales

    My final tack sale is done, for this Summer. I will now spend time concentrating on preparing stock for The Lady Saddler online shop. Then I will finalise preparations for the winter tack sales to start back in September 2019. It’s taken me two years to find out what works and what doesn’t when it comes to organising tack sales. I even wrote a blog about the five reasons why I run a monthly equine tack sale here. If you want to organise your very own tack sale then here are my 5 top tips for doing so: 1. Find A Suitable Venue Ideally, the venue should be on one…

  • Restarting Eddie Education

    Restarting Eddie’s Education

    Eddie is a 6yrs old Thoroughbred gelding who was bred to race but had to retire due to an injury. He can still be ridden following treatment but is not allowed to do any jumping. Eddie was brought by his current owner who had ambitions of doing a little dressage but when a surprise pregnancy happened she had to change her plans. Eddie was then put out to pasture and allowed to chill out and mature. In May of this year, I placed an advert on social media asking for another horse to ride. Eddie’s owner contacted me and the rest they say is history. After our initial meeting, we…

  • Wearing More Than One Hat…

    The time has come to spill the beans on an additional path of my journey I am about to start treading. Most of you will be familiar with this blog through my transition from a corporate office job to a qualified Saddler. Ultimately it still is but since my journey started in 2015 so much has happened and although I am still on track to qualify as a saddler I have unintentionally added another string to my bow which I feel will give me a wider variety of experiences as well as expand on my self development and networking circles. Have you heard of the phrase “Which hat will you…