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Sport of Kings provide the timeless gift this Christmas
 Sport of Kings provide the timeless gift this Christmas

It’s never too early to start planning the perfect Christmas gift for your loved one, and Sport of Kings has the ideal gift that’s timeless and stylish.

Forget seasonal gimmicks and the minefield of guessing their clothing size; a watch is the perfect luxurious gift. Fashionistas love that injection of style; and more functional types enjoy the practicality of sporting a long-lasting, high-quality watch. 

Having operated in the luxury watch space for many years, Sport of Kings has specialised in equestrian-themed time pieces. Riders, racers and polo players recognise it as a staple brand at Ascot, Lingfield Park Resort and the Royal Windsor Racecourse.

Sport of Kings watches are carefully handmade to the very highest quality. They feature unique design elements that are sure to please even the most style-conscious of recipients. 

Co-founder of Sport of Kings, David Batt, says: “Style – true style – is subtle. Even the most exquisite suit or outfit can be let down with the wrong accessories. We make sure that’s never a problem: our designers have analysed trends over many years to produce watches that really do stand the test of time.” 

He continues: “Everything about the watches has been designed by our team. The straps, case, arms, movement, dial and face design are all created by the meticulous Sport of Kings craftsmen.”

Here are five of the best-selling watches, perfect for the man or woman in your life at Christmastime. 

Final Furlong

The Final Furlong encapsulates the sentiment that time is of the essence, particularly in moments of tight deadlines or for those with a hectic lifestyle. The strip of green on the watch face draws a parallel between your dash for the last train and the end of a race where only one will cross the finish line a winner. This is certainly a show-stopping timepiece, make sure you get it before the Christmas rush!

RRP £239 (was £289).

Tenebris Equum (Dark Horse)

Taking inspiration from unknown mysteries of the universe, this watch brings an elusive elegance to any outfit with its dark face and silver detailing. The Dark Horse would make the perfect gift for the sophisticated gentleman, complete in black wrapping paper; a true surprise beneath the tree.

RRP £239, limited time special offer (price was £289).

Winning Post

When it comes to equestrian sports, a win can be determined in a fraction of a second. With its immaculately designed watch face, and a traditional racer feel to its black and red strap, The Winning Post is a firm favourite for every man who loves coming in first place, or the gift giver who must be the absolute best.

RRP £239 (was £289). 


Have yourself a merry British Christmas! Overflowing with tradition, Ascot commands the attention of Britain – and the world – every year. In a nod to this momentous event,

The Sport of Kings Ascot watch encapsulates the spirit of England with its Union Jack coloured strap, which connects to a sleek face.

RRP £99.

The Ascot Classic

This elegant and iconic timepiece is made with sapphire crystal and encased in surgical grade stainless steel. It is beautifully engraved with the unmistakable Sport Of Kings design. Let the class and sophistication of Ascot shine with this classic unisex timepiece, making it the perfect gift for your loved ones this Christmas.

RRP £99.

Equine Watch

Modern and sophisticated, this is a timepiece that exudes feminine beauty. Create your own look to match your outfit with the new additional leather and lizard straps. Take your pick from white, blue, red, green, yellow, orange, purple lizard, pink lizard or brown buffalo, because everyone knows the perfect gift for a lady is one she can customise herself. Also available in the gorgeously stylish
Rose Gold.

RRP now only £99.

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