Chagrin Falls, OH – Rebecca Ray Designs, well known for its equestrian style fashion and home accessories has designed the Platinum Palomino Bracelet, a limited edition of its best selling Bit Bracelet to benefit Canter USA, a preeminent charity for retired racehorses. The bracelet retails at $85.00 and $10 of each sale will benefit Canter USA.
The bracelet will begin selling on November 1st via the Rebecca Ray Designs website www.rebeccaraydesigns.com and the sale will end at the end of December. The gorgeous platinum colored leather bracelet features a nickel bit and is 100% hand-crafted in the USA.
Rebecca Smith, Founder of Rebecca Ray Designs is herself a lifelong passionate equestrian, horse owner/rescuer and has many philanthropic endeavors dedicated to benefitting equestrianism. She explains, “We are proud to offer this bracelet in order to benefit Canter USA and the wonderful work they do to place retired racehorses in happy new homes and work situations.”
About Rebecca Ray Designs:
Based in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Rebecca Ray Designs http://www.rebeccaraydesigns.com is a wholesale and retail company specializing in handbags, accessories, tabletop and home décor inspired by the Sporting Lifestyle. The company sells via its website and through over 300 retail partners. Rebecca Ray Design’s products are proudly handmade in the United States and provide a job program by keeping production local. Rebecca Ray Designs believes “A company can do well by doing good.” and is focused on delivering resources to our communities in the form of philanthropic donations.
About Canter USA:
www.canterusa.org CANTER stands for The Communication Alliance to Network Thoroughbred Ex-Racehorses. CANTER started as a solution to help racehorses find new careers by connecting buyers and sellers through posting racehorses for sale on the Internet. The program quickly became a national web-based phenomenon. Since the first CANTER Michigan program started in 1997, it and has grown to include affiliates in Arizona, California, Colorado, Gulf South, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Mid Atlantic, New England, Ohio, Pennsylvania. All the CANTER programs are all-volunteer organizations with 501c3 non-profit status. The affiliates in Arizona, California, Kentucky, Michigan, Mid Atlantic, New England and Ohio have also expanded their CANTER programs to include owner relinquished horse adoption programs, where CANTER assumes ownership of the horse and all associated expenses. Many of these CANTER Phase II programs have affiliations with veterinary colleges such as Michigan State University and Ohio State University, where horses receive necessary surgical procedures to return to soundness.