All the King’s Horses to close after 44 years

All the King’s Horses

After 44 years in Ridgefield, All the King’s Horses is closing its store at 199 Ethan Allen Highway.

The store will host a retirement-closing sale Thursday, April 19, that will include all inventory, store fixtures, and equipment. The sale will continue until everything has been liquidated.

Owner Dan Reilly announced his retirement March 28.  

“The decision to retire was a difficult one, but the time is right,” he said. “I want to thank all my employees, past and present, and the horse community for their tremendous support over the years.”

All the King’s Horses has been the go-to full-service tack shop serving the equestrian community since 1974. The tack shop expanded in 1979 to its new location in the same center to accommodate the growing demand for quality equine products. As a provider of equestrian apparel, horse tack and supplies for many years, the shop offers a wide variety of merchandise and services to meet the needs of all riders, from novice to professional.

The retirement-closing sale will be offering great price reductions on all merchandise, displays and equipment, Reilly said.

All the King’s Horses will be having a “Customer Appreciation Drawing” as part of the sale, and will be giving away a $200 Visa gift certificate to a lucky winner. No purchase is necessary.

More information: 203-438-0110 or allthekingshorsestack.com.

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