Musto and Zara Phillips Launch their ZP176 equestrian range

Musto and Zara Phillips Launch their ZP176 equestrian range



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Zara Phillips and Tina Cook talk about the new ZP176 Musto equestrian range.
In 2010 Zara Phillips and Musto clothing joined together to create the Zara Collection; an exclusive range of horse riding clothing which combines the technology of Musto Gore-Tex® equestrian jackets and the style and professional experience of Zara Phillips. Listen to Zara talk about her equestrian career to date and the difference that quality womens horse riding clothing can make to performance. Musto are proud to have Zara Phillips as a Musto Ambassador and, since 2010, Musto have carried the ZP176 range of women’s horse riding clothing designed by Zara.

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3 thoughts on “Musto and Zara Phillips Launch their ZP176 equestrian range”

  1. The two best riders not to go to Rio 2016 – no wonder we didn't medal. A complete travesty. Both horses were top class assisted by arguably the best lady riders around during the decade. The selectors must have been quite mad.Feeble excuses for High Kingdom and Billy the Red not being fit enough. Tina Cook's eventing's pedigree goes way back. She is the daughter of the late Josh Gifford who trained Aldaniti to win the Grand National. Her mother is Althea nee Rogers-Smith who rode the lovely grey horse Havana Royale to many victories in the sixties, I doubt if we will see Zara again at an Olympics. She has chosen to have another child and of course as I write has no four star horse; Tokyo is only two years away. She may have a talented one in the wings. Mary King of course was still competing internationally when she was older than Zara and had two children so nothing is impossible .But there are so many new and talented riders on the circuit so the competition will be hot. But at this level it has to be the horse. What a pity Toytown never won an Olympic medal.

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