Lynda's Horsewear

CHRISTMAS CLOSING: LAST DAY FOR ORDERS TO BE POSTED WILL BE FRIDAY 14TH DECEMBER. ORDERS CAN BE PLACED AFTER THIS DATE AND WILL BE PROCESSED WHEN I RE-OPEN ON WEDNESDAY 2ND JANUARY 2019.

Welcome to Lynda's Horsewear. I have been trading since 1996, supplying webbing, hardware and fabric for making and mending equestrian and dog products. I also make to order a range of products, including head collars, lead reins, lung reins, saddle covers, bucket covers, rug straps, dog collars and leads. If you see any webbings or fabrics on my site that you would like made up into a product please enquire.

There is no minimum order value, p&p starts at £2.50, is charged according to weight and will automatically adjust as you add items to your basket. FREE standard postage on orders over £150.00.

International shipping is available.

NEW IN: Hi Viz PINK Reflective tape

A wide choice of webbing in widths ranging from 10mm -75mm. Standard, heavy duty and padded in a wide range of colours. Many uses including dog collars, leads, horsewear, bags.

Plastic and metal buckles and fittings in sizes from 10mm - 50mm.

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