Presents For Your Horse

December 23, 2018

While you’re shopping for all of the people on your holiday list, don’t forget about your four-legged furry friend(s). Keep reading for some fun stocking stuffers for your pony.

 

 

Peppermint Patty Treats

 

A great gift that your horse would love to receive from Santa are some festive peppermint patty treats. These cookies are made of molasses with a delicious peppermint center. Your horse will love this holiday gift in their stocking - and they will have fresh breath too!

 

 

Reindeer Ears

 

If you want your horse to join Santa’s team of reindeer to guide his sleigh, then be sure to get some reindeer ears for your pony. These cute reindeer ears attach to the horse’s halter, so there will be minimal to no spooking (the horse won’t even know they’re wearing them). Find these reindeer ears here.

 

 

 

Heavy Blankets

 

Baby, it’s cold outside! A great holiday gift idea for your horse is a new set of heavy blankets. There are tons of different styles and colors to choose from when it comes to choosing the perfect outerwear for your horse. Your horse will love his new cozy clothes during this time of year.

 

 

Engraved Halter

 

A great holiday gift idea for your horse is a new leather halter with their name on it. Engraved leather halters look beautiful and chic on a horse - not to mention it will never get lost since it has his name written on it.

 

 

 

 

Stall Nameplate

 

If your horse doesn’t already have a stall nameplate, a great gift to your horse would to get an engraved metal nameplate to proudly place on his stall.

 

 

Your horse will love receiving any of these gifts! Have fun shopping and Happy Holidays!

 

 

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