Art of the Horse

Honoring thoroughbreds, race track venues, and private label gifts!

Racing season is upon us! So we’re taking a look at the distinct and commemorative logos from one of the most storied thoroughbred races: The Breeders’ Cup.

The Breeders’ Cup organization and the hosting track are engaged in the artwork when combining The Breeders’ Cup logo with the history and brand identity of race track venues.

Each design concept highlights the details of different tracks, equestrian traditions, and the love of thoroughbred horses.

The unique Breeders’ Cup artwork creates opportunity for spectators and sponsors alike to collect, admire and wear simple yet sophisticated gifts and keepsakes to remember and embrace the experience and their day at the races!

 
Silk and horseracing have a long history together, a winning combination!
 

How do we celebrate equestrian and art fashionably? With custom designed merchandise of fashionable silk scarves, ascots, and neckties, all showcasing the beautiful thoroughbreds and the sport of racing. Silk and horseracing have a long history together, a winning combination.

 

Equestrian Fashion | Vintage Hermes Silk Scarf

 Vintage Hermes “Paddock” scarf, designed in the 50s by Jean-Louis Clerc, a keen equestrian fan and designer. This scarf represents one of several examples of the accessibility of equestrian fashion.

Vintage Hermes “Paddock” scarf, designed in the 50s by Jean-Louis Clerc, a keen equestrian fan and designer. This scarf represents one of several examples of the accessibility of equestrian fashion.

Learn more about our custom designed silk scarves and neckties. Also, please don't hesitate to say hello, ask a question or share your thoughts with me directly at: gretchen.barbatelli@swisssilkcompany.com