Equestrian website development round-up

  • Get creative with PolyPads website

    Polypads has introduced an online shop for its products at www.polypads.co.uk. The new site includes a
    colour picker, where buyers can create and buy their own ‘Classic’ PolyPad saddlecloth using any of the 204 colour combinations available.

    Visit www.polypads.co.uk

    New brand Rebel Rider launches online

    A new funky range of rider clothing and horse accessories is now available at www.rebelrider.co.uk. The new range caters for adults and children with its signature animal print designs featuring ‘hot pink’, black and white colourways. The online shop site went live on 1 October.

    Visit www.rebelrider.co.uk

    Nedz launches new website

    Chopped straw manufacturer Nedz has launched a new website (www.nedz.co.uk) featuring blogs from sponsored riders Geoff Billington and Andrew Mizon. Nedz is running an online competition to win a pallet of Nedz Original, which will last one horse four to six months.

    Visit www.nedz.co.uk

    Rowen Barbary offers feed advice online

    Horse feed and supplement manufacturers, Rowen Barbary, has unveiled its new website. The site includes nutritional advice on what, when and how much to feed, plus which supplements to use and where you can purchase Rowen Barbary products.

    “We have seen a huge increase in requests for information about feed and nutritional guides, so we decided to make our product information and knowledge available to as many people as possible, with the launch of our new website,” said Becky Hollows from Rowen Barbary.

    Visit www.rowenbarbary.co.uk

    New BEVA website online

    The British Equine Veterinary Association has unveiled its new website (www.beva.org.uk), which was produced by web development specialists, netXtra. The site imports member data from BEVA’s TSG Enterprise MRM database to the website, allowing members to log-in and update their profile and membership details. It also provides horse veterinary information to members and the general public.

    BEVA’s Executive Secretary, Arabella Michell, said: “We realised that we’d outgrown our old website and needed a more substantial content management system (CMS) to manage site material on a day-to-day basis. We are very pleased with netXtra’s and the highly successful launch of our great new site.”

    Visit www.beva.org.uk

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