Black Friday Deals for Equestrians – 2020

Black Friday deals might not produce the saving they once did, but there’s sure to be something with a slimmed-down price tag that will take your fancy. After all, owing to the amount of kit needed to compete at even a low level any saving is worth grabbing!

This year Black Friday falls on Friday the 27th of November, however, historically retailers have started introducing offers earlier in the week – we expect 2020 to be no different.

Black Friday Predictions for 2020

Although we’ll only be sure what offers are available closer to the 27th of November, based off of previous deals we’ve got some predictions on what you can expect to be included in the sales, and where you can grab them.

  • Amazon.co.uk. Amazon has long led the charge as far as Black Friday deals go, so we’re certain they’ll have some bargains available this year. To list but a few: last year we saw reduced jodhpur boots, breeches, and riding gloves.
  • Naylors Equestrian. Last year Naylors offered up to £25 off over the Black Friday weekend, and an extra 10% off of sale items throughout the week leading up to Black Friday.
  • Hope Valley Saddlery. In years passed, Hope Valley Saddlery have offered huge discounts on turnout rugs, boots, gilets, and more. Typically, these savings have been available both online and in-store.
  • Redpost Equestrian. Redpost Equestrian’s website states that deals will be running both online, and in-store. Although we don’t know what will be included, they offer a wide range of products including clothing and rugs from all of the major brands such as Ariat, Pikeur, and Weatherbeeta.
  • Ride-away Equestrian. In 2018 Ride-away Equestrian offered 20% off of everything, so it’s definitely worth checking back closer to Black Friday!

We’ll continue to update this page until the end of the 2020 Black Friday period. So, make sure to share and favourite this post to find out more about the best savings available this year.

What is Black Friday?

Black Friday began in America in 1932, and has since infiltrated the United Kingdom. It’s often seen as the beginning of the Christmas shopping period, and in 2019 accounted for approximately £8.5 billion in sales in the UK alone.

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