Horse Coaster Collection

from  Dann

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Made from absorbent sandstone these 4.25" coasters absorb condensation at its worst.....Saves your beautiful furniture

The stone is mined from a quarry in Arkansas. After the stone is extracted, it undergoes a purification process to remove all the discoloration created by iron oxides. After the iron oxides are removed, the stone is reassembled using a carefully developed combination of pressure and heat. Sets of 4.

We make gift giving easy with our Direct Ship --right where you need these to go. Be sure to treat yourself too !

Dennis & Joan




Derby Day Clothing Collection

from Dann



Bills Khakis

5 Pocket Jeans

5 Pocket Weathered Canvas



Lucky Horseshoe Cuff Links







Seabiscuit Barware

Loop Optic Handblown Barware !


Horse Wool Hooked Pillows 

Made by Hand !

































Horses Vintage Coasters

Price:  $19.50


Western Horses Coasters

Price:  $19.50

Horses Silhouettes
Price:  $19.50




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Personalized Logo Barware


Leather Flasks and Cuban Cigar Sets

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Ornate Monogram - Letter A

Your Monogram Sandstone Coasters

Cheer the Fox Barware

Tally Ho !

Loop Optic Handblown Barware !



Snooty Fox Barware

Loop Optic Handblown Barware !


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Elegant Country Baskets from Dann


Vintage Library Books with Barware

Personalized !


Horse Racing & Equestrian Neckties


Horse Race Cuff Links

Horse Wool Hooked Pillows 


Marble Coasters

High Quality Natural Marble !


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Mint Juleps

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    The mint julep is a traditional drink of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby. It was introduced at this event nearly a century ago. There is over 80,000 mint juleps served on the 2 day period of the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby. It is most likely that you will also find this drink at any derby party that you attend. There are many recipes for this drink all being very similar. One traditional recipe is: 

Make syrup by boiling sugar and water together for 5 minutes. Cool and place in a covered container with six or eight sprigs of fresh mint, and refrigerate overnight. Make one julep at a time by filling the cup up with crushed ice, adding one tablespoon mint syrup and 2 ounces of Kentucky bourbon. Stir rapidly. Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint.