Submit your own horse photo! Do you have a photo of your horse wearing Sleezy Barb Horsewear horse costume that you would like to see on this web site? If so, please send an e-mail with your horse photo as an attachment. Don’t forget to tell us your special friend’s name and a story about your horse in the photo that we can include on the page.
When you want to send us several horse photos, please send a separate e-mail for every photo, each with its own description. Use the following e-mail address to send your photo to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Agreement: Submitting your horse’s photo means that you agree that you give us permission to use the photo on this page of the website. Your e-mail address will be stored (but not published) for internal use, just in case we need to contact you about your submission. You can be sure that it will not be given or sold to anyone.
“Hi friends, my name is Bunny (as Wonder Woman) and I am the CEO of Sleezy Barb Horsewear. I would like to share with you some photos of my friends wearing costumes. I hope this page will provide you with some inspiration of what you can do for that Halloween party or costume class. If you would like your picture posted here, send me your photo and description.”
Executive Assistant, Mindy Sue, is shown wearing her She-Devil costume made from a red flame sleezy. we added a set devil horns that were $.99 at the dollar store. You don’t need an expensive costume. Use a sleezy you already have, add some embellishments and, viola!, you have a great original costume.
Mindy Sue event mascot for Sleepy Hollow State Park, Laingsburg, MI.
“Barb! I can’t thank you enough for getting the pirate costume ready so fast!!!! When Lily lost her sweet Kaptain last month she said Halloween last year was her absolute favorite memory of him! We truly appreciate you and your talent!!!!”
Photo by courtesy of Denise
“Just wanted to thank you so much for the awesome pony dragon sleazy! The craftsmanship was amazing, and the fit was perfect! So many people asked for your website information, and I gladly shared! Thank you so much!”
Photo by courtesy of Amy
“Thank you for the quick shipping! We did a practice run today, minus the tail bag since I haven’t figured that part out yet. lol”
Photo by courtesy of Mary
“I wanted to let you know how beautifully made our Sleezy was for May. My granddaughter, Ellarose was the Statue of Liberty. It was quite chilly and very windy but the show went on.
I hope that you can see from this picture how it all turned out. I did not take into account that it was difficult to put a crown on top of her helmet, but nonetheless, all was wonderful.
Thank you again for such beautiful work!
Photo by courtesy of Rita
“Just wanted to share a picture of my pair of Giraffes that was a huge hit.” Rita is part of Free Wheeler’s Therapeutic Driving with Miniature Horses.
Vimeo Video by courtesy of Heidrun
“Thanks again for making the costumes. Any way you can share it (video) on your Pinterest board if you like. You also can find me under Heidrun Metzler I posted it on my at liberty training board and on the children’s book activities board.” Heidrun also has a book, Skeeters Dream, that is available at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
Click on the picture below to watch The Wild Animal Show.
Photo by courtesy of Christina
“You did a hot pink corvette for my daughter to wear in the costume class at Welsh nationals. It was amazing. Everyone loved it!” We can do a car costume in any color you need. Note: Customer added their own stickers.
Photos by courtesy of Leah
Craft foam or felt can create an amazing costume. It can be layered, cut and painted very easily.
Photos by courtesy of Rob.
“Hi: I don’t think I ever sent you a photo of the blue car costume on the horse. It looks great. The freestyle event I was going to go to in June has been cancelled (not the show, just the freestyle) ? so I am looking for other options. I ordered two flashing red lights and they came as well so I will figure out a flashing light for the patrol car too. Thanks again for all your help.”
Click on the picture below to see the video Rob created of his Freestyle routine with his horse, Enoch.