Well what a start to the eventing season! Belton was Belting !
Hot weather, dare I say at times too hot. Fantastic eventing and wonderful customers! Got to catch up with the lovely William Fox-Pitt.
Our first time at Belton was a great experience, thank you to Bede Events. It was a little odd, I was very out of my comfort zone in the craft tent. I like my own tent and I have to admit I hated not having the dog with me. However the welcome and response to Tarrag Naegel was fabulous.
I think it is easy to forget the little things which make my brand different. People love the idea of the the farriers nail and identify with "For the want of a Nail" theme.
However they love the classic lines and simplicity of the range. People say repeatedly" its so simple but it works"
Being able to wear it every day is a huge plus for a country girl. But it still looks great at the Hunt Ball.
People also like the fact that when they deal with Tarrag Naegel, really they are talking to me. Even on the website. They also know that's not my strong suit, so they know to call or email me directly.
"Spur of the moment" has been very well received and the 10% off show special was too! Follow the button to have a look at the new collection.
If you were at Belton and did not buy, but are coming to Burnham Market I will still have the offer there too.
Well the car is packed ready for this weekend at Dalkeith (so are the thermals, snow today !)
Then on to Kelso Races on Monday so looking forwards to seeing some more familiar faces.
Vanda still in dry dock but there is hope! For those that missed the dog at Belton she will be on stand from now on.
A SNAPSHOT OF SOME OF MY LINES...