About Joyful Equestrian
About The Shop
Joyful Equestrian was created for the horse crazy kid that can’t stop thinking about horses. Sound familiar?
Just because you become an adult doesn’t mean the horse crazy goes away. This shop is for kids and adults alike.
Whether you take riding lessons, lease a horse, own horses, train horses, enjoy the company of horses or just think horses are beautiful.
This shop was created for those who find joy in horses. Decorate your life more horsey with Joyful Equestrian, inspired by a lifestyle with horses.
At Joyful Equestrian you will find horse and equestrian themed apparel, gifts, home décor, and helpful printables. I also do custom digital drawings of your favorite horses.
- I carefully design each product that is available in the store to be fun and stylish for equestrians.
- My printables are meant to help organize your thoughts, plans and information when it comes to keeping track of your lessons, riding or horse’s care.
- While my custom digital drawings are meant to honor and remember the horses you love.
Founder Of Joyful Equestrian
Hello my name is Kacey Cleary. I am based out of the USA in central Massachusetts and currently just sell to the USA.
I am a stay at home mom, blog owner at Sparkles Rainbows and Unicorns and the founder, product designer and all the titles that come with a business of Joyful Equestrian. I run this business and my blog as a one woman show which can be a real challenge while also being a full time mom to a toddler.
But my dream is that one day with hard work, experience, integrity and caring about my customers, I can make this into a thriving business that equestrians love and also be able to fully support my small family.
I appreciate the equestrian community that I have been a part of for so many years and all my customers that support this shop!
I feel the best blessing is the feeling you get when you give. So in honor of the animal that we love so much, I am donating 5% of sales to help equine rescues help more horses. You can learn more about this on the page called Helping Horses.