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We are delighted to announce that we have not one, not two but three brand new ambassadors! The trio includes Lucy Robinson (Footluce Eventing), Karen McConnell (KA Equestrian) and Tina Wallace (Life on the Left Rein).
We are delighted to be working with all three of these lovely ladies. We’ve known them all for a while and love the content they create, their authenticity and their passion for our brand as well as the equestrian industry. We’re delighted to have them on board.
Lucy Robinson is based in Norfolk and is an amateur event rider. She appeared on the Blue Chip All Star Academy in 2016, is a vlogger and regularly uploads to her Youtube channel. “I have been a big fan of Hiho Silver since the purchase of my first Sterling Silver Snaffle Ring when I visited Andrew on the stand at Oasby Horse Trials a few years ago,” said Lucy. “As my jewellery collection has steadily grown, so has my admiration for this brand hence why they are, without a doubt, my favourite countryside equestrian jewellers; I am over the moon to have been selected to represent them as one of their ambassadors. Thank you Hiho!”
Photo Credit: Wayne Jones Photography
Karen McConnell is a dressage coach who runs training and livery yard KA Equestrian in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. She’s a vlogger and blogger, a long time Hiho fan, was part of the Hiho sponsored trot up style judging panel at Blair Castle Horse Trials and has recently started her own lifestyle blog Karen and Clan. “I’ve always loved Hiho’s jewellery but became even more attached to it when I learnt more about the people behind the brand and the care and attention that goes into the exclusive pieces the company creates,” said Karen. “It’s so exciting to be involved with such a lovely company that produce such gorgeous equestrian and country pieces.”
Tina Wallace is based in Cornwall and is an amateur eventer with her beloved Banksy. She appeared on the Blue Chip All Star Academy in 2017 and is well known on social media for her vlogs, love of Banksy and great style sense. “I just love Hiho’s products – what first attracted me to the brand was the ability to customise the Cherry Roller, so I was able to make mine match my daily wrist wear and my XC colours in the CZ bead in the middle. You can tell it has been designed for equestrians because the bangle itself is so robust, but it’s still delicate and feminine. I am delighted to be working alongside people who are so passionate about the brand and encouraging and supporting amateur riders.”