December 2016 | Give the Gift of Possibilities with Personalized Halters
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Give the Gift of Possibilities with Personalized Halters

December 2016

There is no question that the best gift is personalized. When it comes to equestrian piers where many things look the same, it is worth it to stand out. Windmill’s monogrammed horse halters and dog collars offer personalized products that can be customized from base color, to overlay, to the monogram itself.

They have an awesome “interactive” website with a “color visualizer”. Just go to the Home page with the picture of Rusty and click on a color square to watch the magic! You can design the halter right before your eyes at www.MonogrammedHorseHalters.com. All of our horsey friends own dogs and our dog website has the same “color visualizer”. Turn Annie into a black lab and design her collar and leash at www.MonogrammedDogCollars.com.

Windmill produces more than just monogrammed halters and collars. They also offer a lightweight yet sturdy folding show chair with folding table. The back of the chair can be embroidered with both a design and lettering. Windmill also personalized ringside grooming totes, halter and bridle bags, box fan hangers, bucket straps, and many other items. Personalized items make great gifts for trainers, barn staff, and boarders.

Sold on the internet, at horse shows and expos coast to coast, Windmill halters are made in the USA with premium-quality nylon and solid brass hardware. Windmill’s reputation is built on quality products, exceptional customer service, and fast delivery.

To speak with a representative, call (440) 298-3018, Monday through Friday, or email questions to windmillsaddle@windstream.net.