The logo does not necessarily have to have a horse in the design. If a horse is desired by the artist, a variety of options could be utilised such as mare and foal, heads or full body outlines are all acceptable.
If the design is to be more sporting orientated, such as depicting a jumping or dressage horse, I would prefer the design to depict both as we breed both jumping and dressage horses – I don’t want people thinking we breed one type and not the other.
Please note the CMYK codes in the colour preferences - orange is an important colour in this design.
I have attached some photographs of Warmblood horses both in jumping and dressage to give you an idea of the type of horse they are, their power, movement and presence - the photos themselves are not to be used as part of the logo design and are copyright their respective photographers.
Our stud prefix/suffix is HPW so this may or may not be incorporated in the design pending your design ideas. Potential tag line: High Performance Warmbloods (please note that this is not a requirement but something that can be played with).
I request that no clip art be used from online sources, etc. Original designs are most appreciated.
Design will be used for web, print and embroidery. You can visit my website to get a feel for the type of business I operate: http://www.harrisparkwarmbloods.com.au
I am not after a design to suit my website. I am after an original, quality logo design that accurately reflects our passion, dedication and professionalism as breeders of top-end performance athletes.