"I was so impressed with how quickly the new brushes came and attention to detail with packaging. I snapped a photo on Instagram and jumped for joy. These brushes are almost too pretty to use…
Add your barn name or horse’s name to these elegant wooden brushes. I opted to have Horses & Heels put on my new brushes. You can order a full set of brushes and a matching grooming box too. Be the envy of any barn with a stylish grooming box."
"The 'Every Day' brush has a dark hand-stained handle with a personalized brass plate that allows up to 18 characters so even the longer last name or horse names will fit. The synthetic bristles are stiff enough to get the dirt off your horse but are also soft enough to use on their face and more sensitive areas of their body. They are even great to get the grime off of legs!
I've had my every day brush for a few weeks and it's held up wonderfully! No scratches or dings in the wood (even after tossing it into my tack trunk from a few feet away a couple times), the name plate still looks as lovely as the day it arrived -- which was super quick! -- and the bristles have held up to mud after a Florida rainstorm, the post-ride sweat, dirt and grime, and every day equestrian life. The name couldn't suit the brush any better!"
"Looking to spice up your barn’s design? Wellesley Equestrian is waiting to make your statement pieces a reality for your stable.
This fledgling company is hot on the scene, creating stunning, hand crafted horse themed products. From tack trunks to perfume, you will discover everything you need to make your tack room like home or, make your home just a bit more like your barn! Best part is, by purchasing from Wellesley, you’re actually supporting a fellow rider’s amateur career! Carolyn Lavin had a knack for loosing brushes and a heart for competition which lead her to create personalized brushes and a company of her own. Her drive to find the items she needs helped to catapult Wellesley into a rider’s dream shop.
Unique, functional storage and organizational items are hard to come by. At Wellesley, you will find a rider’s mind splayed out in matching woods and cohesive themes."