Christmas is the busiest time of for us here at Bespoke Bandages - just check out our Facebook photos and Instagram for some of the amazing bespoke products our customers have created. Plus there are family and friends to catch up with, HGV driving tests to be passed, and it's not like horses are ready to take a back seat and wait quietly in the wings while you get on with all of this! So all in all, the last few months have been amazing, but oh so busy!
We've been keeping you up to date on the Bespoke Bandages Facebook page, but thought this would also be a good change to summarise some of our recent announcements and exciting news for the year ahead. Bring on 2015!
You can get a set of our super-cool, super-popular bespoke bandages for half price when you buy a saddle pad. Matching, bespoke sets look absolutely amazing. Check out our sets product page for some great examples.
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We have even more offers on our Facebook page - so if you don't already make sure you like Bespoke Bandages on Facebook, and keep checking the page for special offers for our Facebook fans.
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At the beginning of January 2015 we put out a call for people to be involved with Bespoke Bandages on a sponsorship basis. We have been overwhelmed with responses - so thank you to everyone who has been in touch.
We are excited to announce our first new supported rider of 2015: show jumper Remy Ellis, winner of the Hickstead Under 25 Masters class in 2014. Watch out for more from Remy very soon...
Meanwhile, supported rider Daisy Jackson has not been letting the grass grow under her horses' hooves! At the end of November 2014 Daisy welcomed new horse Premier Into The Black (stable name Blackberry) to her team. She is now training and competing on Blackberry alongside her existing ride Furst Larkshill (aka Tango), with whom she aims to reach Young Rider level and compete internationally. Along with completing her Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) and working towards her UK Coaching Certificate (UKCC), Daisy has recently launched her new website. Phew! Find out more about Daisy on the Daisy Jackson Dressage website, or via her Facebook and Twitter accounts.