Margus came up with the best logo which fitted our brand. We are very pleased with the work as well as ongoing discussions on 99designs - Margus responded promptly to queries.
It all went very well - a great design, he hit the mark at the last second of the contest.
Adrian did give us a Wow design!
He is very creative and a pleasure to work with.
Thank you, Adrian!
Thank you for the quick responsiveness and the excellent work!
Swantz has a great collaborative approach to icon design that ensured that we got what we wanted.
How Mahuie1 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Gentle Creek Equestrian Center
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A horse training facility specializing in dressage. We train both horse and rider. Our services include training horses for sale, matching and selecting the riders to the suitable horse ( throughout the USA and Germany ) , training riders at any level training and showing at USDEF recognized shows. We are a boutique stables that specializes in quality over quantity. We give utmost care to our horses working as a team with our of vets, farrier and Nutrionist. We take pride in our training for horse and rider irrelevant of the level.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We deal with educated, upper class (those that have discretionary income) and mainly female audience and their children. Usually people with a love of animals. We are looking for those committed to invest the time and energy it takes to learn classical dressage.
FYI - Dressage is the partnership between horse and rider to dance in harmony. It requires the discipline, technicality and grace of a ballet dancer. It takes years to teach one the art of the aids so that the observer sees nothing but horse is performing your wish. As well, the traiining of the horse to thie upper levels takes years of methodical training with an understanding of their language.
With this being said, we are not prejudice to a horse or rider starting at the beginning. We welcome all levels and stages.