We are clearing all final remaining stock! Massive savings to be had accross the majority of our stock.

Since moving to Devon we now focuss entirely on saddles, bits and bridle fitting. The shop remains open online only, clearing old stock and then will solely specialise in saddles, bits and bridles and other related accessories.

Saddle Fitting for a healthy back.

Article published in Horse Health Magazine:

The saddle is one of the most important pieces of equipment we can buy for our horse or pony. To do its job correctly, it needs not only to fit the horse, but also fit the rider.

The work of the saddle fitter is made comparatively easy when both horse and rider are a good match physically, both fit for their job and have a reasonable budget.

It's raining discounts here at Dragonfly Saddlery!

Have you checked out our discounted stuff yet?
We are not restocking as we will be concentrating on saddles and saddle fitting, so while we are (mostly) keeping up with the stock checking, sometimes we miss something! Huge apologies if we do, but it is only me updating the website, and sometimes I get a bit behind.

These boots were made for riding!

We've been doing the Donatello long boots by Tredstep for a while now, and they are still firm favourites among our customers. Priced at under £200 and with a variety of calf widths, they are very comfortable and smart, and great value for money. Team them with a pair of the Tredstep Pure Ultra Cool silk long socks for a sleek competition finish.

Accessories for Pets

Dragonfly Saddlery is not only about horses, horse riding accessories and accessories for the riders. We also have a great stock of accessories for pets such as dogs and cats.

Last order dates for Christmas

Whether you want bespoke dressage tails, a choice of sparkly finishes for your Ayr8 hat or your very own eventing set, you will need to order by 1st December to ensure your order arrives before Santa does!

Calling time on a four year struggle

It’s been a couple of months since I updated my blog, mostly because I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching over young Scarlet. My last post covered the amazing clinic we did at Firle with Francis Whittington in September, where for the first hour she behaved appallingly and it was only due to the fact that I have a life threatening amount of pride that I didn’t just get off and go home.

Cross country schooling with Francis Whittington

Earlier this month I took Scarlet to Firle for a cross country clinic with Francis Whittington. The course was open for schooling for a few days after the BE event, so it seemed like a great opportunity to school over some BE90 fences. I signed up and asked to be put in the group people doing 80/90, and emphasised that we were green and wanted to build confidence as a partnership after a year and a half out of action.

Before October 2013