Bloodline Products in the News
Bloodline Products Builds Family Legacy by Crafting Racing Silks
Bloodline Products, based in Lexington and Atlanta, makes jockey uniforms, silks, helmet covers, banners, saddle towels and a variety of custom-branded apparel and gifts.
Adiclere Evans is the third generation of women in her family in the business of supplying racing silks, jockey uniforms and other supplies for the Thoroughbred-racing industry. As owner of the business, she’s building on a legacy her mother and grandmother nurtured for more than three decades.
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Kentucky Silks Business Is Three Generations In The Making
When the field goes to the post for the Kentucky Derby next weekend, many casual fans will pick their rooting interests from the riders’ bright outfits. Few may know about the tradition behind the silks — not just their use, but their maker.
Bloodline Products may be a fully modern web-based business but as Business Lexington magazine reports, it’s three generations in the making. Before it lived online, the maker of racing silks was known as Silks Unlimited and was founded in 1992 by Patricia Headley Green, daughter of Kentucky horseman and Keeneland co-founder Hal Price Headley. Green passed the business on to her daughter, Adele Headley Green, who has since handed the reins to Adiclere Evans.
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