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Coleman Croft Saddlery

Suttons Farm
Woodcock Hill
St Albans
Hertfordshire
AL4 9HJ
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One of the UK's leading tack shops, Coleman Croft Saddlery has been providing the horse riding community with high quality equestrian equipment, riding wear, saddlery and tack for over 30 years. We also stock an extensive range of outdoor clothing, from quality wellies to premium brand wax jackets.
As a member of the Society of Master Saddlers we have a full time, on-site workshop where we can make items to order and reflock saddles, we can also make alterations and repairs to most saddlery and rugs.
Coleman Croft Saddlery‚s comprehensive range of equestrian equipment, includes riding clothing, horse rugs, horse boots, numnahs, riding hats, road safety wear, veterinary products, shampoos, hoof care, clippers, bits, tack, saddlery and leather care and much more. We stock most of the finest brands including Champion, Drizabone, Charles Owen, Hunter, Kieffer, Stubben, Woof Wear, Barbour, Horseware, Jeffries, Pikeur, Gatehouse, Cavallo, John Partridge and Mountain Horse.

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