Among new eco-friendly products for equestrians is a rug made from 110 plastic bottles and breeches made from a fabric that contains plastic waste from the sea. H&H reviews the latest developments as the industry embraces greener options...
Horses and riders can now wear plastic as well as cutting down on single-use items, as the equestrian world makes further environmentally friendly efforts.
A turnout rug made from the equivalent of 110 plastic bottles is now on the market, while riders can wear breeches made from plastic waste taken out of the seas.
Danielle Reynolds, founder of DVR Equestrian which makes the Dexter recycled “trackpant” breeches, told H&H that using the ocean waste-containing fabric is just one of her green practices.
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