Let’s face it. Horse people are different. And we’re not just a little different. We’re a lot different. Take the typical morning at the barn. There we are, scooping grain and tossing hay bales, mucking out stalls and brushing yet another set of burdock tangles from the mare’s tail — and this is a good time!
Compare that to the perhaps more typical good time enjoyed by some counterparts — more typical, perhaps, but less active. We all have friends, colleagues, or acquaintances who go through life with immaculately manicured nails and dazzling rings with diamonds, rubies, sapphires and other gems sparkling in high-profile, delicate settings.
Have you ever watched those folks try to scratch that itchy spot just under a horse’s mane? How about bending over and checking to see if there’s a stone caught in a hoof? Or simply reaching to close the paddock gate?
Life with horses can be rough on rings. Delicate settings catch and break, sending your stones to the ground — good luck finding your diamonds in a muddy paddock!
Yet loving horses doesn’t preclude our desire to look good all of the time. That’s why we spend so much time searching out what we call Rider Rings Rider Rings are ideal for everyday wear — even by the most active horse people! An emphasis on design and quality is essential: when you’re not relying on the theatrical affect of high settings and lacy open prongs, you need the innate beauty of the gold, silver, or platinum to shine through. Lower profile rings don’t catch — you can scoop grain with confidence and straighten the tack room without worrying about damaging your jewelry. Appropriate in every setting, you can take these rings from barn to ballroom, looking stylish and distinctive the whole time! (They work in the office, grocery store and while you’re out to dinner as well!)
You don’t have to choose between your horses and your rings. You can have both. You just need to select rings that work in the demanding barn environment. And that means rider rings!