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- The annual Menlo Charity Horse Show is underway at the Menlo Circus Club; photo by Erin Gilmore via Horse & Style Magazine/Instagram
- Katharine Page is a shoe and accessories brand that hails from New York. Its signature sandals feature equestrian-inspired, stitched leather and incredibly comfortable soles. You'll never want to wear any other sandals ever again after trying on a pair.
- This year, the horse show committee selected Peter Samuels as “Artist of the Year.” The talented photographer specializes in shooting animals, people, and products. His prints are av
- There's nothing better than customizable belts, and Vintage Belts offers an amazing variety from traditional leather to bright colors to bejeweled. The store also takes orders for custom, handmade pet collars inspired by the belts. [Photo via Vintage Belt
- Ariat is one of the equestrian crossover brands that outfits both the rider and the non-rider. The boots are especially gorgeous whether you're trying to find cowboy ones or tall boots to wear over pants this fall and winter. Also, look for the brand's te
- If there's an upcoming special occasion, or if you've just had a long week and want to treat yourself, you'll want to go directly to the Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry pop-up, located at the clubhouse entrance. The store features estate and fine jewelry and
Every year, since 1970, the Menlo Circus Club plays host to the Menlo Charity Horse Show. The six-day event attracts the top sporthorses and ponies throughout the West Coast (and beyond) to compete over jumps, all in support of the Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired. But all horsiness aside, the show also feature a good dose of fashion from the obstacles decorated by luxe fashion brands to the beloved Vendor Row. This year, there's a strong line up of stores popping up on the storied equestrian grounds, but to streamline your visit to the Peninsula, we've hand-selected five that you won't want to miss. The show continues through the weekend so plan a day (or days) of shopping and spectating—the two go magically together.
· Menlo Charity Horse Show [Official Site]
· This Equestrian Workout Will Tone Your Legs and Keep You Sane [Racked SF]