About Us:

About Us:

Its only taken a few years but I have finally added an About Us Page - peeping out from behind my products, website and workshop - cringing slightly but just to reassure you that there is still only me, beavering away making, developing and designing!

GK Horsemanship Equipment was started during Covid Lockdown in 2020, with a crazy notion to make a Rope Halter. 1 week, and a website history filled with You Tube Videos later, the first Halter was made.

With a minor re-brand early this year taking the business from GK Halters to GK Horsemanship Equipment, the brand is slowly growing to provide quality, hard wearing products that can be used to help anyone on their Horsemanship Journey.

I have spent the year developing a passion and company Ethos to wherever possible all the products on the Website are Handcrafted here in the UK, and even better that the raw materials are also manufactured in the UK. This is harder than it appears so I am really excited being able to slowly introduce some British Manufactured Double Braid Rope into the GKH Brand throughout 2024.

The Core Products are the Halters and Lead Ropes, made by hand using carefully sourced Rope from UK,Europe and the US.

With new products being designed and launched throughout 2024 we are working closely with renowned Trainers to bring to the market the latest designs to ensure we are always working for the welfare of the Horse and the progression of training methods whilst maintaining quality and choice.

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest products and offers and advice on Halter choice and Fitting.


This is me, maker of all the Rope Products, website designer, social media content creator and postage expert!!! My name is Verity, slightly middle aged, Mum to 1 son and owner of the most amazing Quarter Horse, called Milly. Showing here at the AQHA UK Breed Show. 
An About Us page just wouldn't be complete without the Mare that started it all, my original gorgeous Model - April. Another Quarter Horse, that sparked my passion for Groundwork and all things Western.
Lost too soon, but never forgotten.

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