Posted on Friday, April 5, 2019 by Sasha Melia
Aztec Diamond have the perfect shades in their popular range of Technical Breeches to get you competition ready.
Look flawless in these Technical Breeches, ideal for competitions in the coolest White, Beige and gorgeous Grey. Also available in a whole range of other beautiful colours, these technical breeches combine elegant styling with performance fabrics. Made from high quality, four way stretch fabric and lined in soft touch Lycra they offer wicking and cooling technology. The performance fabric is breathable, light weight, water and stain repellent, durable and fast drying.
These clever breeches feature asymmetric construction technology set over the kneecap with side panelling to enable easy movement of the knee. They also include Aztec Diamond’s ‘Grip-lock’ technology, which gives sturdy contact with the saddle for a more consistent leg position when riding.
Complete with seat lining and a secure zip and hook waistband fastening these modern breeches feel like a second skin allowing for close contact with the saddle. Aztec Diamond Equestrian Technical Breeches provide performance and comfort like no other and are perfect for everyday riding and competition wear.
Aztec Diamond, Technical Breeches £90.00
Sizes 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16
Colours Beige, Khaki, Grey, Burgundy, White, Navy
Posted on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 by Sasha Melia
Emily Irvine put in a fantastic jump off round on board Craig Scott’s
gorgeous liver chestnut pony, Bunbury Conquest, to beat 25 riders to the
Stepping Stones 128cm Championship title. There were 26 clears out of 71
starters in the penultimate class of the day at the British Showjumping
National Championships 2018.
At just nine years old, Emily showed experience beyond her years as she
navigated her pony around the course with calculated turns and distances
to each fence. Having started her equestrian career in showing aged just
three years old, Emily is no stranger to being in the spotlight and
learnt the basics of good riding early. Based in Malmesbury in
Wiltshire, her whole family travelled to the Championships with her to
show their support. When asked by her dad what she enjoyed about the
Championship, she simply replied: “Everything!” She continued: “We
wanted to focus on riding a quality, flowing jump off with good turns;
Questy is very scopey and his stride eats the ground up so we knew we
had a good chance.”
“It’s incredible, we’re all just overwhelmed by it all,” laughed Emily’s
mum, Alison Irvine. “We’re very indebted to the Scott Family who called
us and asked if we wanted to ride Bunbury Conquest (known as Questy). Of
course we immediately said yes and he arrived at ours in October last
year. We’ve been taking it steady in order to get to know him better but
he has been absolutely incredible and we are very privileged to have
such a wonderful pony.” Emily has won five Stepping Stones 128cm classes
this season proving that the sky is the limit for this exciting new
For further information visit www.bsnationalchampionships.com 
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