Horse loving kids of all ages like to color sometimes. Now that we have the internet, we don’t even have to get off the couch to find pretty horses to color in.
I did a little of your homework for you and found some of the best sites out there that offer blank outlines just begging for a little crayon action.
*Click on the images, and the full-sized version will pop up in a new window.
Stacy Mayer is one talented little lady. She has done lots of horse art and posted them in black and white for horse-lovers everywhere to add the finishing touch.
She has got drawings of everything from carousels to unicorns to sea horses, her art is fantastic and the variety makes it even better. Many of them are shown in color to inspire the artist before they attack them with markers, crayons or paint.
This is by far the most creative site of the bunch & probably one of my all time favorite line drawing sites ever.
The artist I had featured here no longer maintains her site & since then I’ve added a few equestrian coloring pages of my own so I thought I’d share them instead. 😉
In an old fashioned style, these line drawings tell a cheeky story about two riders. The man gets a little too fresh & his horse takes it upon himself to draw the proverbial line. A cute story told with fantastic art & the buck doesn’t stop there, I’ve featured other horse line art as well (psst, there is more to come still).
Horse Coloring Pages
Horse coloring pages offers many drawings I remember from a coloring book I had in my childhood, and I’m not embarassed to admit I still have it…and it’s never been completed.
Printing some of these out may become a trip down memory lane, plus they are detailed and realistic, which makes them more fun (whether you use traditional colors…or pink).
There are also a couple of drawings, like the one pictured here which is really well done. Be sure to show them support by visiting them and coloring their drawings. If we do hopefully they will draw us some more to add our own touches to.
Horse Lovers Coloring Pages
Geared more towards children, the Horse lovers coloring pages has a mix of different options with some cool drawings thrown in there too. This site offers some with a cartoon style, there is good detail and the lines are thick to make staying in them a breeze for those with less crayon control.
There are a few bogies in there, pictures that almost look like photographs, and other random horses that aren’t worth coloring. So really this site is like the horse coloring lottery, pick a link and see if you get a good one.
There are always more horses to color.