Fuse practicality with style with Caldene’s ladies Scope jacket, which brings together the form and function of a short, stretchy jacket with fashion in the shape of the popular contrast colour elbow patches, collar and vent darts. £135
Men aren’t left out; the Caldene Cadence jacket is also multiway stretch with zip pockets (because a man never likes to be without his iPhone) and rear vents. £135
Ladies can pair the jacket with Caldene’s full-seat Hartpury breeches. The close-contact ankle cuff removes the need for pesky velcro which either bites into your leg or sticks to socks — and, irritatingly, anything it touches in the washing machine. £85
For the horse, Masta’s deluxe fetlock and tendon boots have hard-wearing protective strike pads with soft neoprene edges to prevent rubbing, which come in a range of colours, including a pink and blue version which looks great with the Scope jacket. £15.49
Finish the look with Cottage Craft’s High Wither GP Saddlecloth, shaped to follow the contours of a forward cut saddle. Team this with Caldene’s 100% Australian sheepskin half pad for its wicking properties and high cut style. £25.99
For horsey headwear, the smart and popular Caldene grackle bridle with a sheepskin nose pad comes in havana or black — a very popular choice for jumping riders, particularly those whose horses have a tendency to cross their jaws. It’s a neat practical option with billets to the bit and rubber reins with martingale stops. £105
For the journey, switch the bridle for Cottage Craft’s crystal leather headcollar with stainless steel fittings. £46.49
While waiting around to see if you’re in the jump-off, sling the embellished Masta Windsor show rug over your horse’s quarters.
It’s all about keeping the fences up in showjumping and doing it faster than anyone else, but why not do it in style?