Welcome to The Riding Company's gift shop.
Here you will find all sorts of delightful equestrian treasures; such as jewellery, paintings, photography and sculptures. If you have any queries about any of the items, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. You can make your purchases online or if you need any advice or assistance please call 01534 745795.
Hazel Morgan is an internationally acclaimed and classically trained equestrian artist, with a client list that includes several Royal households across Europe and the Middle East.
Chris Winch's work is inspired by the cave paintings of early man. He applies emotionally led textures and colour to the canvas using natural materials such as sand, chalk, wood shavings and brick dust. Once this is dry, he starts to paint the animal, employing impasto techniques applying the paint with a palette knife, sponges and fingers, letting the image grow from its background. He tries to convey the horses spirit, its movement, and the sculptural qualities of its form. As the light moves through a room during the day, it catches the paintings textures differently, constantly giving it other dimensions.
EquinEty is a showcase of unique equestrian-themed jewellery designed to express the strength, freedom and beauty of the horse. Whether you are passionate about riding, take pleasure in a flutter at the Grand National, enjoy dressing up for Ladies Day at Royal Ascot, Aintree or Goodwood, or you simply like to lift your fortunes with a lucky horseshoe, our aim is to craft exceptional quality and affordable jewellery that will appeal exclusively to your tastes.
The Ripley Collection specialise in delightful equestrian horse jewellery, which make the ideal gift or present for yourself!
Gresham Photography specialise in bespoke equestrian photography. The photographer offers everything from bespoke equestrian portrait sessions, to a session held at any location, such as stable visits, shows, events, or just a hack out.
Hannah Shergold creates limited edition equestrian sculptures, which are cast exclusively at the Lockbund Foundry in Oxfordshire.