Time was, that you had to be super-rich to afford horse-riding for your little darlings - room for a pony anyone?
But the fact is, you don't need your own stables and acres of land, in fact you don't even need to own a horse. With riding lessons under £20 per week, it's becoming more affordable and Aldi are doing their bit to make it more accessible still.
|Ladies Training Jacket - £19.99 and Winter Jodhpurs £12.99|
From 26th October, they'll have their equestrian clothing range in store offering great kit and accessories from only £2.49.
And lets face it, even if you aren't 'horsey' these are great pieces of clothing for any outdoor activity - even if it's just walking the dog!
|Ladies Multi-purpose boots, available in black or brown - £12.99|
|Ladies Funnel Neck Top - £12.99|
The high-vis clothing is not only great for visibility when you're riding, but now the clocks will be changing, perfect for staying safe when out and about generally - the kid's reversible high-vis gillet would be great for cycling or even on the walk home from school.
|Children's Hi-Vis Reversible Gillet - £14.99|
|Children's Riding Fleece - £6.99|
We've been sent some of the fleece tops and Ruby loves the 'kangaroo pockets' in hers. I'm looking forward to trying out my bamboo base layer leggings under my waterproofs when we head off to wet and windy Wales next week.
With the range including boots; socks; gloves; jackets; boots; jodhpurs; base layers; ear warmers and snoods it's worth checking out - horse rider or not!