Fab Freebie: ‘Red on Right’ Earrings from Ride Heels Down

How cool are these? Photo courtesy of Ride Heels Down. How cool are these? Photo courtesy of Ride Heels Down.

Do you have enough insanity in the middle” to pull off these awesome “Red on Right earrings from Ride Heels Down?

If you are an Eventing Nation reader, we’re going to say “yes.”

You may recognize the name Ainsley Jacobs from her “Lessons Learned” series on Horse Nation and EN’s Bloggers Row. As an adult amateur based out of Atlanta, Georgia, she started riding huntseat equitation when she was eight and has tried practically every discipline since then.

In 2014 Ainsley discovered eventing and she says it changed her life! She purchased her first horse, JJ Spot, in February 2016 and chronicles their successes (and struggles) of learning to overcome literal and figurative obstacles in her blog at RideHeelsDown.com.

In addition to her great blog, Ride Heels Down features a shop with fun tee-shirts, tanks, sweatshirts, jewelry, stickers, gifts and more. The latest edition to her collection:

Front and back view.

Front and back view.

“I’m totally obsessed with the earrings, and I love having seen the manufacturing process from design to delivery,” Ainsley says. Made of sterling silver, they’d be equally at home at a horse show or a night on the town.

Want a pair? Of course you do! Enter to win using the Rafflecopter widget below. Entries close Thursday, August 4, at midnight EST, and we’ll announce the winner in Friday News & Notes.

Many thanks to Ride Heels Down for sponsoring this week’s Fab Freebie! Win, lose or draw, you can nab a pair of the earrings (retail: $25) for yourself, shop other fun apparel and keep up with Ainsley’s blog at RideHeelsDown.com.

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