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Stallion Stones launches extensive Equestrian jewelry line
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Mar '08
Stallion Stones, a Boca Raton based company, who specializes in a jewelry line for horses and its riders announced that they will be exhibiting at the upcoming Dressage at Equestrian Estates show, in an effort to roll out their extensive product line.

Stallion Stones is also proud to announce that they have been selected to be featured in the May/June issue of Western & English Today.

Mona Straub & Louise Levine founded Stallion Stones, which was created by combining Straub's extensive background in sales and management and Levine's expertise in the world of art, fashion, decorating and painting. Both shared a passion for horses and are pleased to be exhibiting at the Dressage at Equestrian Estates show beginning Friday, March 28, 2008.

According to Straub, “We are very excited about the new products we will be launching in the next couple of months. We have designed a line of Belts that will be available in all patterns. The following release will be Headstalls for our Western Riders. We want our consumer to think BLING, from head to toe, for every horse and rider.”

Levine also noted that “Attendees of the Dressage at Equestrian Estates show can look forward to viewing the extensive line that Stallion Stones has created. From Browbands, to English Spurs, Stallion Stones has all of the equestrian jewelry including designer pieces and the perfect selection of gifts for horse lovers.”

Stallion Stones, “jewelry & treasures for the fashion forward horse and rider,” was founded in late summer of 2006, by friends and former colleagues and south florida residents, Mona Straub and Louise Levine.

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