10 Free Fonts to Use for Your Equestrian Branding

Choosing the right fonts for your equestrian brand is an important task. You want them to match your brand’s voice, messaging, and style – without being too generic. The sheer number of fonts available can make that a daunting task. To give you a hand, I’ve selected 10 free fonts to use for your equestrian branding projects. 

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To start us off, I chose one of my favorite fonts – Bolton. It’s simple, elegant, and timeless. All of these things make it the perfect choice for your equestrian brand (assuming you’re not going for anything too out of the box). 

Bolton is a pretty safe bet, especially for brands trying to reach a higher end target audience. As of the time of this post, Bolton is a free font that can be used on whatever project you see fit.

Anti Corona is great because, well, it’s name. But in all honesty, it’s also a pretty solid font. I feel like the serif fonts get all of the attention these days – leaving fonts like Anti Corona out of the loop. But you can really easily create a brand that stands out with the help of  sans-serif font like this one.

It’s modern and laid back, with a slight western hint! When this blog was posted, Anti Corona was a free font that could be used for anything (including client work).

If your goal is to create a brand that makes a statement, you’ll love Chistoso Regular. It has all the elements that you’d want in an ethereal style font (including the fancy sparkle i’s). I imagine this font would work well for an equine bodywork pro or a natural horsemanship business – but I could be wrong.

The one thing I’ll say about this font is that it’s a little more trendy than the others, meaning there’s a higher chance that it’ll go out of style quickly. Keep that in mind when you choose to use it for any branding you may complete.

If you’re a fan of funky, mid-century modern serif fonts, you’re gonna love the Curvilingus font (especially if you can get past the name). I love this font because it’s pretty, functional, and unique in the sense that I don’t think it’s been overused. 

Any equestrian brand that caters to a younger, modern audience will probably be a great fit for this font option. At the time of this post, the font itself is 100% free to use for projects.

One of my favorite things about typewriter fonts like this one is how fun it feels to type with them. It feels very nostalgic. Although, to be completely honest, I’ve never actually used a typewriter. So I guess you could say it’s what I IMAGINE to feel very nostalgic. In any case, Fragment Core Roman is a fantastic choice for a brand that’s traditional with a twist. In my opinion, typewriter fonts rarely go out of fashion – especially when they’re as pretty as this one. At the time of this post, the font itself is 100% free to use for projects.
I get some serious Great Gatsby vibes off of Metrica Multi Lined. You see it too, right? Talk about glamour! I imagine this font to be a perfect fit for an equine photographer with a glamorous side (and set of clients). As with any statement font, I’d advise you to pair this one with a more subtle serif font so you don’t overwhelm your logo design. Or website, for that matter.  At the time of this post, the font itself is 100% free to use for projects.

This font is just pure fun! What I love the most about it is that you can definitely use it in different ways. Keep your text lowercase for the approachable vibe, or switch to all-caps to give it some luxe vibes. Overall, I think this one would be a great fit for a wide variety of brands.

At the time of this post, the font itself is 100% free to use for projects.

 

Talk about stunning – Titania gives me all the feels. I know you’re not supposed to be this obsessed with a font face, but I absolutely am. The subtle curves throughout the letters are so pretty. Anyone want to build a brand around this font? If you do – please let me help. I’ve been dying to use this one.

At the time of this post, the font itself is 100% free to use for projects.

Nixie One is another typewriter font that comes off a little less traditional. This one is a little more of a combination between fancy serif and old timey typewriter, if you know what I mean. And if you don’t, no worries – just know that it’s a pretty font!

At the time of this post, the font itself is 100% free to use for projects.

Verve may be my favorite font on this entire list, which is why I saved it for last. While not a great fit for everyone, I think this font would be stunning when used appropriately. I imagine this one to work well for a high end riding club in Los Angeles or Ocala. 

It could also work well for a media company or equestrian magazine. So many ideas!

At the time of this post, the font itself is 100% free to use for projects.

Download Free Fonts for Your Equestrian Branding Project

Hopefully after reading this, you feel like you’ve found a unique match to build out your equestrian brand. And if not, I hope you at least enjoyed looking at some pretty fonts! 

If you ended up using one of these fonts for your project, share it with me on social media. I’d love to see these font options in action on Facebook, Instagram, or wherever it is you post.