By mondsworth, Feb 23 2016 08:52PM
It's been a rather busy February in the build up to the Senior Novice Winter Show Jumping qualifier at Solihull Riding Club this weekend. We've had saddle cloths and jackets to do and have to say the hard work was definitely worth it.
It was amazing to see so many people wearing our work and it does make it easier to spot people without their horses! It was also very nice to hear other riding clubs comment on the turn out of the CROWN riding club and their members.
It was also great to see our newest member Buckingham Riding Club, with their lovely navy saddle cloth and white embroidery.
If you are interested in finding out more about embroidery for your club or team, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
By mondsworth, Feb 11 2016 11:04AM
We're sorry we've been a bit quiet lately.
We've had a busy and exciting couple of months; November ended with some lovely orders for Christmas and exciting news with a team Mondsworth engagement! December saw us working as hard as ever digitising some amazing photographs and creating many bespoke and truly individual Christmas presents. It's been so hard not to share the beautiful artworks we've created; we really do love our job. January saw the youngest member of team Mondsworth back out competing not only in dressage but also show jumping for CROWN riding club; it was great to see so many people wearing our embroidery in one place. We're please to say her team came first overall and she got an individual fourth place; not bad for someone who only a year ago got back on board for the first time after a truly awful riding accident.
And so to February, we've started by growing the Mondsworth family and are pleased to announce that we have welcomed Buckingham Riding Club (RC) to the Clubs and Teams section of our website. It's also shaping up to be a busy month; lots of work already pencilled in, a few competitions for Rising Styles, a couple of wedding related trips and a birthday!
So if you are after embroidery and you have a deadline, please don't leave it until the last minute. We will always strive to do our best for you all and would hate to let anyone down.
By mondsworth, Nov 10 2015 08:36PM
The Mondsworth office is going to be quiet this weekend. We have a busy weekend ahead of us, starting off with CROWN Riding Club’s AGM Friday evening and 2015 Your Horse Live Saturday and Sunday.
On Saturday Rising Style will be taking part in a demo with Lynn Russell in the Nettex Arena at 12pm and on Sunday, both girls will be part of the BETA Main Arena party. So please keep your eyes peeled for us and make sure you say hi.
If you do see our gilets, feel free to take a photo and post it to our Facebook page.
By mondsworth, Nov 5 2015 07:07PM
54.15% of visitors to our website are male!
We are very excited to announce that we have revamped our website and clubs and teams now have their very own section.
We are also very pleased to welcome Thames Valley Riding Club (TVRC) and the Traditional Gypsy Cob Association (TGCA) to the Mondsworth Style family. They find themselves in very good company with CROWN Riding Club, who were the first members of our clubs and teams section.
You don't need to be an equestrian club to join us. If you would like to know more, please visit the 'Clubs / Teams' section on the left, complete the enquires box or send us an email: [email protected]
By mondsworth, Nov 3 2015 08:41PM
Whilst most people were getting excited about Halloween, the Mondsworth office were excited for the 31st of October for another reason...
FAMILY ROAD TRIP
The 31st was a milestone in the Mondsworth calendar; it was a year since the youngest member of Mondsworth had knee reconstruction surgery following a serious riding accident whilst out hacking. It also saw a family road trip to the Area 5 Points Show Jumping Competition at Moreton Morrell College. There were two reasons for the road trip; firstly to deliver Team CROWN members their new saddle cloths and secondly, to support the youngest member of Mondsworth as she took part in her first competitive team show jumping competition.
To say we are proud is an understatement. Her team the CROWN Royal Rebels came first out of fifteen British Riding Club (BRC) teams and after two clear rounds she made it into the jump off for the individual placings and came fifth out of 57 entries.
The dressage diva can fly!
the right way