SaddleLockers a Sell-Out at Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Debut

SaddleLockers a Sell-Out at Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Debut

Custom Doors to Match School, Barn Logo


Rochester Hills, Michigan (May 22, 2014) “We are very encouraged by the interest and traffic that our booth received at Rolex,” said Rainer Herrmann of HERCO, LLC, founder of SaddleLockers. “People told us it was the most innovative product they had seen in the past 20 years.”


Rainer added that SaddleLockers sold every floor model it had available at the event and took many new orders, as well as seeing a post-event increase in online sales at


The 2014 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event in Lexington, KY, hosted 100,000 international spectators and riders, including winner William Fox-Pitt, and was the second consecutive sell-out in an equestrian venue for the foldable, galvanized steel equestrian equipment security lockers.


The Herrmanns – Rainer the engineer and Megan the equestrian – teamed up to introduce SaddleLockers to the public. “The lockers and carefully chosen accessories were huge hits,” they said. “In particular, the saddle pad rack that lets you dry your saddle pad on top of your locker had real ‘Wow!’ factor.”


SaddleLockers now offers custom vinyl detailing on its doors and can also add barn or school logos and colors. No less than three university riding teams were seen scouting the lockers during Rolex.


SaddleLockers offer better security, privacy, ease and quality of equipment storage for today’s high performance athletes and are the only foldable steel lockers for horsemen available for purchase in the U.S. The accordion-style design allows a 180-lb., 71” x 30” x 30”, 20-gauge Stationary steel locker to be  collapsed in one minute and moved. Mobile units also available.


See SaddleLockers in the Better Living Center at Equine Affaire-West Springfield, MA, this November or online now at


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