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jacket_chesapeakeAs the weather has finally started to warm, the team at The Riding Company are finally beginning to think about spring.

And this equestrian jacket is the perfect compliment to warmer weather, with its tailored look but is still fully lined for extra warmth.

Made from wool, it has three buttons in matching material with a trim in red cord. There is even a matching skirt, called the ‘flirt’ skirt in a range of sizes. Visit Ohalloranco for more details.

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KP equestrian jacket, £69.99

KP equestrian jacket, £69.99

Katie Price’s equestrian fashion range has proved to be a huge hit with online retailer Derby House, who have seen record sales since the launch in September.
It is now their best-selling leisurewear brand and the most popular items have been the fitted picquet polo, £24.99, and silver print T-shirt, £19.99.
The popular blouson jacket, which costs £69.99, is now available in navy blue – far from the staples all previously in pink!
And as of next month, the socks Katie wore with shocking pink hotpants at her press launch, will be available to buy for £12.99 for a pack of three.

To view the Katie Price Equestrian collection, visit http://www.derbyhouse.co.uk or call 0800 048 0114

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Katie Price (or Jordan as she is commonly known) is set to launch her own equestrain clothing line this month at the Burghley Horse Trials.
The range, entitled KP Equestrian, includes clothing and accessories for both horse and rider – and is not for anyone shy of pink!
She said: ‘I’ve had such fun putting it together. I’ve worked with a top team of high-street fashion designers and we’ve applied quality fashion design to some classic equestrian pieces and given a horsey twist to a few general leisure items.
‘All the fabrics are of the highest quality and lots of thought has gone into the detailing to give each item a real design edge.
‘There’s something here for everyone – all ages and sizes, the horsey and the nonhorsey.
‘It’s fashionable and stylish but at the same time functional and wearable. And the horsewear is just fab. Your horse is going to look so cool!’
To see the range visit http://www.derbyhouse.co.uk/katieprice.asp

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This pair of stone jodphur trousers are currently on sale at Dorothy Perkins (a mere £5 from http://www.dorothyperkins.com/ for those of you who fancy nabbing a pair).
But jodphurs from Dorothy Perkins, I hear you cry?!! Yes that’s right, in case you hadn’t spotted some of the more… shall we say, ‘obscure’ trends this year, I think the jodphur would certainly be classed as one of them.
Highlighted by many fashion editor across the land, as a key fashion statement that us consumers ought to add to our ever-increasing list of items to buy, methinks fashion may have gone too far this time.
Still, the fact that they’ve been reduced to £5 from £30 makes me think that perhaps I wasn’t the only one to think so.

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This Autumn the equestrian look has been seen everywhere from the catwalk to high street retailer, Hobbs.
Hobbs have a particular scrummy satin crepe double-breasted riding jacket for £219 and straight-cut gabardine jodhpurs for £139.
But if you don’t feel like you can get away with wearing jodhpurs, team the jacket up with narrow black trousers instead.

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