Win this Fall with Rusty Brown Jewelry’s Heart & Sole Sweepstakes

This fall Rusty Brown Jewelry is offering Show Horse Today readers an opportunity to honor both your heart horse and your farrier with the Heart & Sole Sweepstakes. By entering you will be entered to win one of the incredible Rusty Brown pendants and a feature story in Show Horse Today.

Heart 

From September 15-29 You can enter the heart portion of the Heart & Sole sweepstakes. Share a photo and short write up about your heart horse on the Rusty Brown Heart Sweepstakes Facebook Post or email to heartandsole@pleasurehorse.com  to be entered to win the stunning Rusty Brown Nail Heart necklace in sterling silver, plus a feature story on your heart horse to be published in the November issue of Show Horse Today.  

Sole

From October 15-25 enter the Sole portion of the contest by sharing your horse’s shoe type and a thank you to your farrier on the Rusty Brown Sole Sweepstakes Facebook Post or email your entry to heartandsole@pleasurehorse.com. You will be entered to win a necklace featuring the shoe or hoof print that most closely resembles your horse from the Rusty brown Collection. Additionally, your farrier will be honored in an article in the November Gratitude Issue if Show Horse Today.

In both sweepstakes the entries will be placed in an album on Facebook where the winner will be determined by votes in the way of likes or comments on the photo and/or story.  Voting will take place for one week following the close of the entry period for each sweepstakes.   

One thought on “Win this Fall with Rusty Brown Jewelry’s Heart & Sole Sweepstakes

  • October 22, 2020 at 12:40 pm
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    I saw where your contest was good through October 25 on Facebook so I want to give credit to my Farrier. She has saved my horse. In March of this year my horse could not walk and I thought she was going to need to be euthanized and because of my loyalty issues I was hesitant to try a new Farrier but out of necessity I had to. I contacted Kayla Irene Shepherd. She is a schooled farrier and was prompt in coming out when I showed her a picture Of my horses hooves which had a crack all the way through the coronet band. And I would like to give her prompts for saving my horse and show my gratitude and I’d like to send you this picture of the hoof today which has no crack. She uses a Kirkhaert 5 x 8 with Dental impression material for her shoes. I feel Kayla deserves utmost recognition as a superior farrier.

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