Siegelman Stable Sportswear Launches Breeders Crown Race Collection
The rising sportswear brand’s new collection offers a fresh update to its iconic horse logo.
Siegelman Stable entered the sportswear game in June of 2020, but it didn’t take long for the fledgling brand to catch on. With a host of celebrity fans and an effortlessly cool aesthetic, Siegelman Stable Sportswear quickly rose up the ranks of the luxury sports apparel scene—and the brand shows no sign of slowing down this year. Case in point: the new Breeders Crown Race Collection, launching on October 29th. Featuring a fresh update to the iconic Siegelman Stable horse logo, the Breeders Crown collection is sure to appeal to sportswear and racing fans alike.
Like the brand’s previous drops, the new lineup includes comfortable, classic pieces, from hats and hooded sweatshirts to sweatpants and a beanie. Designer Karoline Spenning is the creative force behind the collection once again. The exclusive redesigned Siegelman Stable logo blazes in a bold shade of red, giving the apparel an attractive pop of color. Not only does the logo reference the legendary Breeders Crown, but it also pays homage to Brooklyn, NY, where Siegelman Stable Sportswear is headquartered.
The collection’s launch coincides with the $6.6 million Breeders Crown Championships, the premier annual series of harness races in North America. This year’s event will be held at the Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey, beginning October 29th. The Breeders Crown was established in 1984 by the Hambletonian Society, one of Siegelman Stables Sportswear’s past collaborators, and continues to draw top trainers and racers to its events each year.
Siegelman Stable Sportswear’s Breeders Crown Race Collection is available for purchase exclusively through Siegelman Stable’s e-commerce website. As usual, a portion of the brand’s proceeds will be donated to organizations that support equine therapy for veterans, special-needs individuals, and inner-city youth. The mini horses that appear in the Breeders Crown collection lookbook are from HorseAbility, an equine therapy program close to founder Max Siegelman’s heart. Similar to the original Siegelman Stable, HorseAbility is based in Long Island. Philadelphia’s Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club is another of the brand’s beneficiaries. While shopping the collection doesn’t get you your own mini horse, supporting these causes is basically the next best thing.