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The ‘little Gem’ on the edge of the Forest.


New Hunt Horse’s Equestrian Shop

New Hunt Horse’s Equestrian Shop is the ‘little gem’ on the edge of the forest.  Sue Mason has built up the business from a desire to help people when they were buying a horse from her to an extensive facility that has 50,000 lines in store.

Sue started small and but slowly built up the shop by focusing on what her clients required and developing the stock to help different riders and owners of horses and ponies.   What started as wanting to help by making sure the horses she was selling would have the equipment they needed with their new owner, to putting everything back into the business and listening to her customers and looking at what they wanted for their horses and ponies. Now she just focuses on the equestrian shop and developing the different lines they have in store.


The hallway into the shop.

Sue goes to ‘BETA’ the British Trade Association’s annual trade show which runs in February each year and finds out from suppliers what sizes and colours are available and how she can serve her clients.  Sue has a great team with Chloe, Shirley, George, and Lisa who can help the clients with what they are looking for and when the customer asks are able to provide a personal shopping service.

The team at New Hunt Horses can help you look at all the different items and find clothes and equipment that can fit.  Sue would like her customers to be able to leave the shop and have clothing, hats, and boots that fit and are going to do the job they are made for.   By being there if a customer would like help and being able to give advice and suggest the different stock that is available, allows you as the customer to focus on what you need and can use.


Some of the clothing range.

Some customers come for the sales at different times of the year and find that there is so much more to look at and have a browse through.  It is a good idea to allow yourself at least an hour to look at all the stock.  There is saddlery, equipment for your horse and dog, different supplement, shampoos, studs, grooming kits, rugs, head collars, items for equestrian presents, boots for your horse, boots for you, all different prices and ranges and a large clothing and boot section.

What is also great is that Sue has looked at the different sizes that are required by ladies in the equestrian world and provides for all sizes large and small.

To be honest, every time I go to the shop I find something else that I missed last time!  Sue,  also supplies horse feed and bedding and can send your clippers and blades off for sharpening.


An Aladin’s cave.


What is a lasting testament to Sue, is that her customers come from Devon, Welsh Valleys, Bristol, Herefore, Leominster as well as local.  If you haven’t had a chance to pop in the shop is well worth a visit as it is now open seven days a week from 12 noon to 7 pm Monday to Friday and 10 am to 4 pm on a Saturday and Sunday.

You can contact Sue at the shop on 01452 830441 or email  Sue also has a Facebook page New Hunt Horses where you can find the latest deals or sales that are going on.

You can find New Hunt Horses Equestrian Shop at New Hunt Farm, Newent Road, Huntley, Gloucestershire, GL19 3HH

Easter Opening hours this Easter 2018 are Easter Friday 10 am – 5 pm, Saturday 10 am – 4.30pm and Easter Monday 11am – 4 pm.

So if you haven’t had a chance to, go and have a look around as it is a great place to find something for not only yourself but a present for a friend.  If you have enjoyed reading this blog please feel free to go to my page Sam Goss Coaching and see what we have going on or leave your email address and we can keep you up to date with what we are doing.  Thank you.







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