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Modern twist on spurs

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Sprenger has added a new black series to its popular Ultra Fit Extra Grip spurs.

Offering a modern, streamline look these matt black stainless steel spurs have a Balkenhol fastening and unique rubber cover to ensure they fit perfectly to your riding boots, while still giving maximum effect.

RRP £70.

Sprenger’s slimmer alternative

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Due to demand Sprenger has introduced new 12mm versions of its Novocontact bradoon and HO Weymouth bits.

With many horses having less room in their mouths to accommodate thick bits, especially in double bridles, the need for streamline models was recognised by the leading bit manufacturer.

Committed to safety and comfort of the horse, Sprenger undertook intensive research to ensure that these new slimmer versions wouldn't break under pressure. Both bits are manufactured using Sprenger's unique Sensogan material to give a more delicate and sophisticated connection to the horse.

  • Novocontact. Its unique oval shape design widens the contact area of the mouthpiece on the horse's tongue, without putting pressure on the palate. Ideal for horses with sensitive mouths.
  • HO Weymouth. Its slanting mouthpiece and a smooth, rounded port is angled forward to give even distribution of pressure on the tongue. Suitable for horses that dislike tongue pressure.

Novocontact bradoon from RRP £95 and, Ho Weymouth from RRP £265.

Novocontact by Sprenger featuring Laura Tomlinson

Zebra riders clean up at the Nationals

Zebra Products' sponsored riders stole the limelight at the LeMieux National Dressage Championships (17 – 20 September 2015).
Charlotte Dujardin, sponsored by Equipe, Konigs and Sprenger, picked up five wins including the Young Horse Championship, Medium Open and Grand Prix Freestyle (onboard Barolo) – and went on to be crowned National Champion.
Meanwhile the Eilberg siblings, supported by Amerigo, Vererdus and Sprenger, took the Supreme title with Michael riding Woodlander Farouche, pipping his sister, Maria and Hermione Black's Royal Concert, to the post. Michael also claimed the top spot in the Intermediate II Championship riding Half Moon Dynasty.

Holland is happy hunting ground for Zebra riders

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It was a successful weekend for Zebra Products' sponsored riders over in Holland. Amerigo and Veredus ambassador Nicola Wilson triumphed in the CCIO3* in Boekelo riding Jo and James Lambert's Bulana.
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The combination finished just ahead of Equipe, Veredus and Uvex ambassador Blyth Tait and Xanthus III to complete a Zebra one, two.

A huge well done from everyone!

Hands on - Team EWW tests the Uvex i-performance Glove 2

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Uvex sports took over the reins at the helm of the historical glove manufacturer Schwenkel at the start of the year. Deciding to embrace the history and tradition of the company, they have aimed to preserve the 100 year old brand and we will carry on using the name Schwenkel.

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News from Spoga September 2015

As we head into 2016 riders will be aware that they cannot use helmets manufactured to BSEN1384 , and instead require helmets manufactured to the intermediary standard of VG1, PAS015, ASTM F1163 or SNELL.
All helmets in the uvex range are now being manufactured and kitemarked by BSI to VG1, and will be available from all good stockists from December 2015 onwards. It is anticipated that the new revised EN1384 standard, will be available in September 2016, bringing with it a harmonised future for all riders, manufacturers and associations.
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