How do you stand out amongst a multitude of equestrian brands? You need to be easily differentiated.
To do this, you need to be authentically connected to your equestrian brand. Wholeheartedly and unequivocally you need to be fully invested in your core values, process and brand story to connect with your customers on both an an emotional and practical level.
Click below for five tactics provided by entrepreneur Eizabeth-Anne Rhodes, founder of the innovative branding agency and production company Saucy Piaffe, to better understand how to pass this authenticity along to your customers:
Recently, Izzy Baker’s The Kindness Movement, spurred a discussion with myself and a group of equestrians of varying ages. The topic of DIGNITY, and how it relates to kindness was introduced by a young equestrian. She commented, “Dignity, like kindness, used to be something that society considered to be extremely important, but nowadays it is thought to be irrelevant.” Upon further inquiry, she explained, “being collected and thorough with one's thoughts and actions. Those qualities aren’t valued anymore.” Wow, out of the mouths of babes.
Click below for insight on how to better integrate DIGNITY into both your competitive equestrian environment and everyday life.
Are you finding that you are short on time between balancing time at the stable and your have-to's during each day? Cross-training at the gym, specifically for enhancing your riding, is often one of the first items to be cut from a hectic schedule.
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Whether you are dancing at Coachella's famed festival, celebrating the run for the roses on "Derby Day", or partaking in a party at a polo match in Palm Beach, a hat created to reflect your personal style is a 2019 wardrobe must have. It is of no doubt that the younger Royals have refreshed the perception that stylized headwear - from floppy to structured - should retain an important place in the modern woman's wardrobe.
Lisa Battaglia is a modern artisan preserving traditional hat making techniques to create unique styles of exceptional quality.
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"The Kindness Movement is an organization and social-media outlet for equestrians that promotes kindness and anti-bullying - standing up for one another in the community."
Click below to meet Izzy and learn why she founded the initiative and how you can become a part of its success.
As the year comes to a close and our schedules ease up, many of us start to think about where we have been and where we want to go—both in riding and in our lives generally. As we reflect on our accomplishments and challenges of the past 12 months, it’s a great time to give thanks for everything the year has offered and contemplate the growth we desire for the new year.
Whatever your goals, here are a few thoughts about how to manifest the changes you want.
Are you ready?
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Using experience, vision and hard work, founder and lead designer of Le Fash®, Arianna Vastino, has established herself as an innovator within the equestrian apparel industry. Known for her ability to create stylish looks that easily transition for the stable or street, her company recently launched a Lifestyle collection, inclusive of home goods and accessories, to compliment the well respected Le Fash clothing label.
Read below for this week's interview with Arianna discussing her vision for Le Fash Lifestyle, her collection for 2019 and insight into the future of her popular label.
Advice and trends published from the fashion and style experts from business publications and Street to Stable’s interpretation as to how they are relevant to the equestrian way of life. Topics include:
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A focus on resilience, meaning and purpose creates the groundwork for accomplishment and happiness.
Click below for professional insight on providing the groundwork for happiness in and out of the ring.
This weekend marks the pinnacle of the indoor equitation season as one qualifier's name will be added to the illustrious list inclusive of decades of previous winners of the Alfred B. Maclay Championship. Awarded on horsemanship, today's competitor requires technical skill and physical fitness to perform as an elite athlete.
Fitness has become integral for riders of all ages and aspirations to best practice the proper equitation associated with American Hunter System of Forward Riding. Read why fitness is important to athletic performance and how you can improve your skills by cross-training using The Fit Equestrian's "EQUITATION BOOTCAMP PROGRAM."
Created by two former elite international equestrian vaulting athletes, Ali & Mari, Mind.Body.Vault is a health and wellness company that specializes in assisting equestrians of all disciplines add yoga, fitness and nutrition practices to achieve their goals. Learn how these two athletes quickly built a respected business that includes featured tutorials on both the US Equestrian and FEI websites.
CLICK BELOW FOR MORE INFO. ABOUT MIND.BODY.VAULT AND HOW THESE YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS ARE STRIVING TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH & WELLNESS OF ALL EQUESTRIANS.
Our sport is expensive and many riders, specifically amateurs, carry around guilt about the money we are spending. How do we define the meaning of our riding and the costs associated to find the true value of horses in our lives?
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