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Cracker Barrel Equestrian Style

Okay, hold your horses… get ready for this one…

My mother sent me a photo of what the car looked like when she came home from Cracker Barrel this morning. You will NEVER guess what she found…


Cracker Barrel has some FABULOUS equestrian style dinnerware currently.  Hurry up and get to your nearest country store to snatch these beauties up!  Special thanks to my mother, Kathy Cline, for buying out the entire Ocala, Florida region….


It’s called “Country Style” from Cracker Barrel.  I am absolutely in love with the braided reins, horse bits and stirrup pattern on this ceramic dinnerware by Susan Winget.



Even the bowls have a textured detail resembling English riding habit.



Riding boot salt and pepper shakers? Too cute for words.EquestrianCannister


The three canisters are perfect for your favorite sweets and treats… maybe even some peppermints for the ponies 😉 EquestrianSaladPlate

I think my next equestrian tailgate is covered with this new display!  From mugs, bowls, salad plates, dinner plates, and more… the “Country Style” section of Crackel Barrel has hit the Grand Prix when it comes to equestrian style home decor.


When you least expect it… it’s always the best!


Lastly, mother came home with an equestrian print scarf also from the country store at Cracker Barrel.  Who knew they had such fabulous things at the good ‘ole country store?! So, next time you are driving by one of these famous “pit stops”, check out the store and browse around… you never know what you may find 🙂


6 Comments on Cracker Barrel Equestrian Style

  1. Jan Steiner // January 5, 2014 at 4:20 pm // Reply

    Dear Equestrian Stylist,

    This past Christmas I received the boot salt and pepper shakers, a mug and one plate from one of my in-laws. I have never seen anything like it and I love the pattern! I would be so happy if I could find some more pieces!

    My local Cracker Barrel has nothing left.

    How would I go about finding more pieces? I’m interested purchasing as many pieces as possible.

    I would appreciate any suggestions you may have.

    Thank you.

    Jan Steiner
    Highland Heights, Ohio

    • Dear Jan,
      Have you tried looking on Ebay? The best bet would be to contact Cracker Barrel to see if any more pieces are available. If I come across anymore, I will let you know!
      Thanks for reading Equestrian Stylist!

    • Jan, I came across this post when I was searching for these Cracker Barrel pieces. I know this was a few years ago, but I have some pieces I’m looking to sell if you or anyone is still interested. My email is

  2. Robert Sanders // November 15, 2014 at 7:22 pm // Reply

    Dear Equestrian Stylist and Jan,
    I first saw this post and went out and bought service for 12 I love them.
    (I cleared out 3 Cracker Barrel’s stock between Cincinnati and Lexington, KY.)
    I did do a Google search tonight and the pattern is called “Rein-and-Bit”
    Hope this is some help to Jan.
    Robert S. Sanders
    Lexington, Kentucky
    P.S. It is one of my most Popular Pin’s on Pinterest!

  3. susan ringland // June 25, 2017 at 8:47 pm // Reply

    OK so back in 2013 you had a Great find Susan Winget Country Style plates. (Rein & Bit) I was wondering if anyone was sick of them and looking to sell?

    Thanks Susan

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